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Three Horse Shoes, 1 Arthur street, Battersea SW11

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The Three Horseshoes is at 1 Arthur street, Battersea. It exist from at least 1871 when a G Bradfield is the beer house keeper along with his wife and son. By 1878, George Coe has replaced him, and he is then the keeper of this beer house for at least 18 years.

By 1901, Albert Watkins, and his wife Annie from Newcastle are the beer shop keepers. And in 1906, it is clearly a change of owner as Solomon Foster is my last named beer house keeper. There appear to be a number of beer houses which close about this time.

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Residents at this address.

1871/G Bradfield/Beerhouse Keeper/44/Battersea Surrey/Census ***
1871/L Bradfield/Wife/48/Peterborough Northamptonshire/Census
1871/A G Bradfield/Son Labourer/20/Battersea Surrey/Census
1871/M Maidment/Servant/18/Battersea Surrey/Census

1878/George Coe, beer retailer, 1 Arthur street/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/George Coe/Beer House Keeper/36/Strattford, Suffolk/Census
1881/Charlotte Coe/Wife/41/Streatham, Surrey/Census

1896/George Coe/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Albert E Watkins/Beer House Keeper/29/Kings Cross, London/Census
1901/Annie Watkins/Wife/29/Newcastle on Tyne/Census
1901/Arthur C Watkins/Son/5/Angmering, Sussex/Census
1901/Albert James Watkins/Son/2/Battersea, London/Census
1901/Susan Knight/General Servant/16/Battersea, London/Census

1906/Solomon Foster/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory


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