Signal Hotel, Portland Road, South Norwood SE25

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1865/Thomas W Maybank/../../../F Warren Croydon directory

Croydon Times 11 August 1866
Mr William Ferrrar applied to have the license of the Signal Hotel, Norwood, transferred to him from William Belsey.
Applicant had lately been conducting the business of the Railway Tavern, Liverpool street, London, for his father, and formerly kept the Grapes at Rotherhithe - Transfer granted.

Croydon Times 02 June 1869
The license of the Signal Hotel, Portland road, South Norwood, was transferred from Mr W Farrar, to Mr G A Fage, formerly of St James's street, Covent garden

1878/George A Page/.. /../../Kellys Directory

1881/George A Page/Licensed Victualler/69/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1881/Harriott Page/Wife/60/Kimberley, Norfolk/Census
1881/George E Page/Son, Assistant/26/Covent Garden, Middlesex/Census

1891/William Coster/.. /../../Kellys Directory

1891/William Coster/Licensed Victualler/49/Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey,/Census
1891/Mary Ann Coster/Wife/40/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
1891/Harriet Hammerton/Mother/72/Deptford, Kent/Census
1891/Elizabeth Stanley/Niece/24/Borough, London/Census
1891/Daniel Boulton/Potman/30/2 Hanover street, Lewisham/Census
1891/Annie Abrahams/Barmaid/21/Commorcial road East/Census

1896/William Coster, Signal hotel, Portland Road, South Norwood /../../Post Office Directory

1900/M Savage/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Matthew Savage/Publican/65/London/Census
1901/Mary Savage/Wife/65/Gloucester, Gloucestershire/Census
1901/William Savage/Son, Barman/26/London/Census

1913/Edward Barnett/.. /../../Kellys Directory

1918/Edward Barnett/.. /../../Kellys Directory

1937/Miss Annie Barnett/.. /../../Kellys Directory

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