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Ship, 3 George Street, Woolwich

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Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Woolwich, Kent .

Residents at this address

September 1765/Henry Thomson/../../../Bill of Fare - Access to Archives

November 1771/Henry Thomson/../../../Bill of Fare - Access to Archives

October 1775/Henry Thomson/../../../Bill of Fare - Access to Archives

November 1778/Henry Thomson/../../../Bill of Fare - Access to Archives

November 1782/Henry Thomson/../../../Bill of Fare - Access to Archives

October 1788/Henry Thompson/Vintner/../../Sun Fire Insurance - Access to Archives

1805/R Cooper, the Ship Tavern, Woolwich/../../Holdens Directory

In 1806, My 3x Great Grandfather, Robert Cooper made his last Will and Testament - In his will, he describes himself as 'Master of the Ship Tavern, Woolwich'.  *

He died in 1807 aged about 59 years of age, and (his wife being dead) it is likely that the license of 'The Ship' passed to one of his adult children, Elizabeth Ann Cooper , Charles Alder Cooper or Constantia Cooper. *

Later, Constantia Cooper married a William Shersby, who lived next door to the Ship Tavern at 2 George Street. *

William Shersby and Constantia (nee Cooper) later became licensees of The Coach and Horses, 56 Minories, Aldgate (shown in 1835 London Electoral Registers) and William Shersby is also shown at various other pubs, including The White Horse in Rood Lane (1843 ). *

1840/Mary Manton/../../../Post Office Directory

1841/M Manton/Inn Keeper/50/Kent/Census
1841/Elizabeth Manton/../50/Kent/Census
1841/Mary Ann Manton/../25/Kent/Census
1841/Harriet Manton/../25/Kent/Census
1841/Henry Manton/../20/Kent/Census
1841/Sarah Hodge/Female Servant/25/Kent/Census
1841/Ellen Reynolds/Female Servant/15/Kent/Census
1841/William Thong/Male Servant/20/Kent/Census
1841/George Flint/Male Servant/15/Kent/Census
1841/William Markett/Mason/30/Census
1841/Mary Markett/../25/Kent/Census

January 1849/Mary Manton/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

January 1849/Henry Robert Manton/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

1851/William Sloman/Inn Keeper/24/London/Census
1851/Ellen Sloman/Wife/23/Thirsk, Yorkshire/Census
1851/Ellen Sloman/Daughter/3/London/Census
1851/William Shukbrook/Waiter/25/Sheerness, Kent/Census
1851/Mary Welch/Housemaid/16/Dartford, Kent/Census
1851/Ann Fox/Cook/27/Woolwich, Kent/Census

1852/William Sloman/../../../Archdeacons Directory

1858/William Sloman/../../../Melvilles Directory

1861/William Sloman/Hotel Keeper/37/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Ellen Sloman/Wife/36/Yorkshire/Census
1861/Ellen E Sloman/Daughter/13/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/William H T Browne/Boarder, Lieutenant R N Half pay/39/Dublin, Ireland/Census
1861/Thomas Savage/Waiter/23/London, Middlesex/Census
1861/Emma Surridge/Domestic Servant/24/Hertfordshire/Census
1861/Walter Payne/Barman/18/Wiltshire/Census
1861/Emma Farham/Domestic Servant/29/Suffolk/Census
1861/Frederick Baker/Ostler/16/Kent/Census

1862/William John Sloman, Ship hotel & music hall, 3 George street, Woolwich/../../Post Office Directory

1867/Ship, Mrs E Sloman, 3 George street, Woolwich/../../Post Office Directory

9 January 1869/Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the Personal estate and effects of William Sloman late of George street Woolwich in the County of Kent Licensed Victualler deceased who died 15 June 1864 at the "Bridge House" Hotel High street Southwark in the County of Surrey were granted at the Principal Registry to Ellen Sloman of George street aforesaid Widow the Relict the Universal Legatee named in the said Will she having been fisrt sworn. The Letters of Administration granted at the principal Registry August 1864 having been revoked.

1871/Ellen Sloman/Licensed Victualler, Widow/46/Pickhill, Yorkshire/Census
1871/Matthew B Grandy/Visitor, Paymaster R Navy/32/Stonehouse, Devon/Census
1871/Ellen Eliz Grandy/Wife/23/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census
1871/William J Grandy/Son/1/Wolwich, Kent/Census
1871/William H Browne/Boarder, Commander R Navy/49/Ireland/Census
1871/Lilia E Whitmore/Barmaid/19/Fooncett, Norfolk/Census
1871/Ann Hall/Cook/29/Bristol, Gloucestershire/Census

1874/Mrs Ellen Sloman/../../../Post Office Directory

1882/Mrs Ellen Sloman, Ship, 3 George Street, Woolwich/../../Post Office Directory

1896/Cornelius Bone/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William R P Ward/Licensed Victualler/28/Lambeth, London/Census
1901/Rose J Ward/Wife/23/Tonbridge, Kent/Census
1901/Gladys M G Ward/Daughter/2/St Leonards, Sussex/Census
1901/Albert R Ward/Brother in Law, Barman/20/Erith, Kent/Census
1901/Lydia E Ward/Barmaid/22/Northampton/Census
1901/James J Jennings/Barman/15/Stratford, Essex/Census

1904/William A Shaw/../../../Post Office Directory

1905/William A Shaw/../../../Post Office Directory

1908/Frederick Murray/../../../Post Office Directory

London Evening Standard 22 June 1910
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on 12th July 1910
Blackheath
Ship Tavern, George street, Woolwich, Full, Rose Agnes Jones


* Provided By Bill Cooper

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