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Lord Derby, 74 Woodpecker Road, Deptford SE14

Deptford Index

The area was redeveloped in the 1970s and a council estate built.

A listing of London historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Deptford, Kent in the parishes of St Pauls or St Nicholas - now partially in London.

Lord Derby, Woodpecker Road, New Cross SE14 - early 20th century

Lord Derby, Woodpecker Road, New Cross SE14

Kindly provided by Matt Martin

Residents at this address

1881/Thomas Coombs/Licensed Victualler/55/Wilton, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Susanna Coombs/Wife/53/West Grimstead, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Jane Adams/Barmaid/33/Limehouse, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary Ann Keffene/Domestic Servant/22/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/George W Branson/Barman/25/London, Middlesex/Census

1891/Harry Pegler/../../../../Post Office Directory

1895/Henry H Karslake/../../../../Post Office Directory

John Jasper was a barman at the Pitts Head, 74 Henry Street in the 1881 census; and managing the Victory, Rotherhithe Road in the 1891 census

1899/John Jasper/../../../../Post Office Directory

1901/John Jasper/Licensed Victualler/43/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Alice Jasper/Wife/41/Regents Park, London/Census
1901/Maud Jasper/Daughter/16/Kentish Town, London/Census
1901/Artie Jasper/Son/3/Lewisham, London/Census
1901/Betsy Leigh/Cook, Widow/47/Redferne, Suffolk/Census
1901/William H Spears/Barman/25/Islington, London/Census
1901/Ernest G Butcher/Barman/23/Paddington, London/Census
1901/Albert M Salter/Barman/22/Lancashire/Census
1901/Frederick Henley/Barman/21/Islington, London/Census

1910/John Jasper/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/John Jasper/Licensed Victualler/54/Kensington, London/Census
1911/Alice Jasper/Wife/50/Marylebone, London/Census
1911/Alice Maud Jasper/Daughter/26/Kentish Town, London/Census
1911/Rose Mary Jasper/Daughter/20/Rotherhithe, London/Census
1911/John Artie Jasper/Son/13/Lewisham, London/Census
1911/Fred Dearing/Barman/30/Norwood, Surrey/Census
1911/Henry Carter/Barman/24/Eltham, Kent/Census
1911/Bert Cook/Barman/23/Maidstone, Kent/Census
1911/Dora Jallard/Domestic Servant/28/Charlton, Kent/Census

1915/John Jasper/../../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Edward Haylett/../../../Kelly's

My Grandfather, Frederick John Putner,  was the Publican at the Lord Derby, after Edward Haylett. He was previously the Landlord of The Brewery Tap in Holloway Road, North London. He died in 1942. and although his 2 sons were serving in WW2, my Granny continued to run the pub until her sons returned. They then, in 1945 or 46 took over the running of the Lord Derby. They were Reginald and Frank Putner. ***

1934/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [NEW X 2986]

1936/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [NEW X 2986]

1938/Fredk J Putner/../../../../Post Office Directory

1943/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [TIDeway 2986]

1944/Edward Wood/../../../../Post Office Directory

1949/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [TIDeway 2986]

1950/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [TIDeway 2986]

1952/F J Putner jun/../../../../BT Telephone Directory [TIDeway 2986]

My uncle Reg Putner ran the pub along with my aunt, Doris. They sold up in the 1960s and took over another Courages pub in Cockfosters, the Trent Tavern, now sadly demolished. The Putner family  were well known music hall stars back in the 1900s. *

My family, Thomas and Popsy Grehan took the tenancy of the Lord Derby from 1963 to 1968 and then moved up the hill to The New Cross House until 1971. **

* Provided By Gary Westwood

** Provided By John Grehan

*** Provided By Annie Ingram

And Last updated on: Thursday, 06-Feb-2020 00:34:30 GMT