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Goldsmiths Arms, 96 Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark St George Martyr, London

Southwark St George Martyr index

At 131 Southwark Bridge Road in 1856 and 1869; road numbering changes significantly by 1882 as numbering starts from the bridge instead of Newington Causeway. Goldsmith's Arms 96 Southwark Bridge Road was started in Finches Grotto at a medicinal spring, it burnt down in 1796 and rebuilt damaged in World War Two it was rebuilt soon after. *+
The address is given as 1 Southwark Bridge Road in 1839 Directory, and as Cannon Street in 1822 and 1825 (a street shown on Horwood's map of 1799 following the line of the modern Lant Street and Sawyer Street, prior to the construction of Southwark Bridge Road). *

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Southwark St George Martyr, Surrey, London.

Goldsmith's Arms, 96 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1 - in May 2007

Goldsmith's Arms, 96 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1 - in May 2007

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address.

1822/James Harbar/Goldsmiths Arms, Cannon Street/../../Victuallers Recognizance *

1825/Charles Rouse/../../../Victuallers Recognizance *

1826/Charles Rouse/../../../Victuallers Recognizance *

1839/James Moore/../../../Pigot's Directory *

1843/James Moore, Goldsmiths Arms P.H. Southwark bridge road/../../Kellys Directory

1851/Benjamin Gawthorpe/Licensed Victualler/30/Shornton, Yorkshire/Census
1851/Mary Ann Gawthorpe/Wife/29/St Giles, Middlesex/Census
1851/Joseph Kingsworth/Servant/22/Albertsea, Yorkshire/Census

1856/Benjamin Gawthorpe/../../../Post Office Directory

September 1860/Thomas Goodman/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

September 1860/William Spier/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1869/George Bull/../../../Post Office Directory

1880/Frederick Richmond/../../../Post Office Directory ***

1881/Frederick Richmond/Publican, Widow/47/London City, Middlesex/Census
1881/Agness Richmond/Daughter, Barmaid/22/Walworth Road, Surrey/Census
1881/Lottie Richmond/Daughter/20/Blackfriars, Surrey/Census
1881/Ellen Richmond/Daughter/18/Blackfriars, Surrey/Census
1881/John Richmond/Son/6/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/Frank Richmond/Son/4/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/Bertie Richmond/Son/2/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/Emily Richmond/Sister/37/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/William Tucker/Manager/36/Bishops Stortford, Hertford/Census
1881/Elizabeth Richmond/Visitor/75/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Joseph Humphries/Barman/25/London City, Middlesex/Census
1881/Maria Farmer/General Servant/22/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1881/Laura Knott/General Servant/18/Mile End, Middlesex/Census

1882/Frederick Richmond/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Frederick Richmond/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Frederick Richmond/../../../Post Office Directory

1895/William Frederick Richmond/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Frederick Finch/../../../Post Office Directory

1910/William Ernest Bailey/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/William Ernest Bailey/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/George Snowsill/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Thomas Begley/../../../Post Office Directory

1937- 40/Thomas and Catherine Begley/../../../Personal Information **

My parents (Thomas and Catherine Begley) were licensees at the following pubs. Cob Tree, Ightham, in Kent July 1927 - July 1932...... this is now a day nursery. The Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington (1932-1937) - now demolished. The Goldsmiths Arms, Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark (1937 - until my fathers death in 1940). My Mother ran the Railway Tavern, Kelvedon in Essex (1940-1945). **

* Provided By Ewan

*+ Provided By Bill Rigby

** Provided By David Begley

*** Provided By Stephen Harris


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