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  • Swan, 84 & 86 Wood Street, Walthamstow

    Walthamstow pub history index

    Also known as the White Swan. Closed 2004 and converted into a bookmakers.  **

    Swan, Wood Street, Walthamstow

    17th December 2002

    Residents at this address.

    1851/John Sinfield/Smith & Bellhanger/../../Post Office

    1855/J Sinfield/../../../Post Office

    1861/Wm Wiltshire/Licensed Victualler/../../History of Walthamstow 1861

    1862/William Wiltshire/../../../Kelly's

    1870/William Wiltshire/../../../Kelly's

    1874/William Wiltshire/../../../Kelly's

    1878/Henry New/Carrier/../../Kelly's

    "Henry New was born John Henry NEW but went by the name of Henry and he was born 1836 in Stratton St. Margaret, Wiltshire. At the young age of 20 he sailed to Australia on the ship “Hindostan”. He married my gggrandmother, Alice Stewart Grant FORDYCE in 1865 and is listed as a blacksmith and goldminer on his marriage certificate. In 1866 their first child, my grandmother, was born. The story goes that they discovered a gold vein that ran under the shanty where they were living. They moved the sickly newborn and weakened new mother out of the shanty to get to it. They got the gold and at 3 months old my newborn grandmother was on her way to England with a nanny and a goat to help take care of both mother and daughter who were still sick. Alice apparently hid the gold in her bussel so as not to be robbed. They settled a short time in Stratton St. Margaret Wiltshire then moved to Mile End in Walthamstow. John Henry and his wife had 6 children. "*

    1881/Rebecca Thompson/Annuitant/62/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/William H. Thompson/Son, Licensed Victualler/38/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Elizabeth A. Thompson/Daughter in Law/23/London, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Matilda A. Thompson/Granddaughter/13/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/William H. Thompson/Grandson/11/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Edward C. Thompson/Grandson/8/Hackney, Middlesex/Census

    1882/William Henry Thompson/../../../Kelly's

    1886/Alfred Basham/../../../Kelly's

    1896/William Bach/../../../Petty Sessions

    1901/William Bach/Publican/40/Sollar, Salop/Census
    1901/Sarah Bach/Wife/40/St Andrews, Suffolk/Census
    1901/Infant Bach/Son/1/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
    1901/Julia Artis/Barmaid/33/St Andrews, Suffolk/Census
    1901/Fanny Ellington/Barmaid/23/Shottisham, Suffolk/Census
    1901/Alice Dyer/Domestic Servant/20/Carlton Colville, Suffolk/Census
    1901/Ellen Stonehouse/Nurse/16/Odiham, Hants/Census

    1902/William Bach/../../../Petty Sessions

    1902/William Bach/../../../Kelly's

    08/4/1905/Sarah Bach/../../../Petty Sessions

    1908/Mrs. Sarah Bach/../../../Kelly's

    1911/George Godsell/Licensed Victualler/40/Reading, Berkshire/Census
    1911/Silvain Cecil Leonard Legras/Visitor, Grocer/27/Sandhurst, Berkshire/Census
    1911/Henry Thomas Gatrell/Barman/27/Peckham/Census
    1911/Henry Woodard/Visitor, Billiard Room Proprietor/82/Walthamstow/Census
    1911/Juliet Woodard/Visitor/38/St Andrews, Scotland/Census

    20/5/1911/Edward Hill Cumming, Walter Parfleet & Roddam William Burn/../../../Petty Sessions

    23/9/1911/Alfred David Sparham & Henry Whynes/../../../Petty Sessions

    1912/Alfred Sparman/../../../Kelly's
    1912/Henry Whynes/../../../Kelly's

    21/9/1912/Alfred David Sparham & John Rawlins/../../../Petty Sessions

    05/7/1913/Alfred David Sparham & Mary Louisa Chattery/../../../Petty Sessions

    26/9/1914/Alfred David Sparham & Thomas Henry Birks/../../../Petty Sessions

    06/3/1915/Alfred David Sparham/../../../Petty Sessions

    04/3/1916/Alfred David Sparham & William Robert Hallpike/../../../Petty Sessions

    1917/Alfred Sparham/../../../Kelly's
    1917/Miss Mary Chattey/../../../Kelly's
    1917/William Robert Hallpike/../../../Kelly's

    Note: Kelly's 1917 lists Mary Chattey as being part of Sparham & Chattey. However, there is now mention of Sparham & Chattey, but Sparham & Hallpike instead.

    28/4/1917/Alfred David Sparham & George William Lander/../../../Petty Sessions

    3/11/1917/John Archibald Higham & George William Lander/../../../Petty Sessions

    26/7/1919/Shirley Edward Lake & Henry Augustus Browne/../../../Petty Sessions

    24/9/1921/Shirley Edward Lake & James Thomas Porter/../../../Petty Sessions

    30/9/1922/Elizabeth Thomas/../../../Petty Sessions

    1925/Mrs. E. Thomas/../../../Kelly's

    23/4/1927/William Francis Knowles/../../../Petty Sessions

    25/7/1928/John Richard Murphy/../../../Petty Sessions

    21/9/1932/George Thomas Bradstock & Charles Herbert Cox/../../../Petty Sessions

    19/7/1933/Reginald Lonard Banks, George Alpwood Page & Charles Herbert Cox/../../../Petty Sessions

    1988/F W Perry/../../../Watney Truman List

    1990/F W Perry/../../../Watney Truman List

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