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.
Residents at this address
1806/James Keeling/victualler/../../Lambeth Archives records *
Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser 02 February 1814 :
At the general meetings of the Shipwrights, held at the Blue Posts Tavern, Limehouse; and opposing the bill to repeal the Apprentice Law.
Subscriptions are received by
Mr G Keeling, Shipwrights Arms, Deptford Green;
Mr Masters, George, Grove street, Deptford;
Mr Sedger, King and Queen, Rotherhithe
Mr Clark, George and Anchor, Church street, Rotherhithe
Mr J Nevins, Admiral Tyrrell, Bermondsey wall
Mr J Siburn, Hobb Tavern, Blackwall
Mr Phillips, Ship and Whale, Russell street, Rotherhithe
Mr Robinson, Shipwrights Arms, Limehouse hole
and Mr Caswell, Bedford Arms, Wapping wall, Shadwell.
Morning Advertiser 26 January 1819
Public House of good trade, Deptford.
The Valuable lesase and Goodwill of that long established and well accustomed Public House, the Shipwrights Arms, Deptford Green, adjoining Barnards Yard, occupied by one family for more than 30 years - the present trade about 8 butts, spirits etc aabout 80 pounds per month, and capable of very great improvement, the shipping ytrade being very much on the mind. The premises are very roomy, and held for eleven years, at a low rent, more than which is made by some tenemnets, which are let off.
1823/John Corrie/victualler/../../Lambeth Archives records *
1823-24/Jno Corry, Shipwrights Arms, Green/../../Pigots Directory
1826/Joseph Robinson/../../../Pigot's Directory *
1840/John Dodd/../../../Pigots Directory
November 1871/Hugh Connor, executor of #, to hilmself with protection till January/Incoming Licensee/../../Era
* Provided By Ewan