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Butchers Arms, 149 Thessaly road, Battersea SW8

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The Butchers Arms, New road in the 1871 census and at 125 New road for a while. The later address of  149 New Road is renamed to Thessaly Road between 1934 and 1938 with the same road numbering. i.e. at 149 Thessaly Road.

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Butchers Arms, 149 New Road, Lambeth SW8 - circa 1912 with licensee George Dipple

Butchers Arms, 149 New Road, Lambeth SW8 - circa 1912 with licensee George Dipple

The little girl is aged about 10. She's Marjorie (Madge) Lily Brimble, the wife of my grand uncle.

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Battersea Arms, 149 Thessaly road & Ascalon street, Battersea SW8 - in 1988

Battersea Arms, 149 Thessaly road & Ascalon street, Battersea SW8 - in 1988

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Battersea Arms now closed, 149 Thessaly road & Ascalon street, Battersea SW8 - in 2014

Battersea Arms now closed, 149 Thessaly road & Ascalon street, Battersea SW8 - in 2014

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

Residents at this address.

1871/Robert W Haycock/Beer House Keeper/49/Battersea Surrey/Census
1871/Elizabeth Haycock/Wife/50/London, Middlesex/Census

1878/Robert Haycock, beer retailer, 125 New road/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Robert William Haycock/Beerhouse Keeper, Widow/60/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1881/Emma Haycock/Daughter/37/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1881/Anthony R Haycock/Grandson, Engine Cleaner/17/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1881/Herbert B Haycock/Grandson, Engine Cleaner/15/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1881/Florence J Haycock/Grand Daughter/13/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1881/Beattrice J E Haycock/Grand Daughter/9/Battersea, Surrey/Census

1891/Edwin Holder/Beer Retailer/49/Margate, Kent/Census
1891/Charlotte/Wife/30/Mile End, London/Census
1891/Richard/Son/14/Westminster, London/Census

1901/John Baldwin/Beerhouse Keeper/60/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census
1901/Esther Baldwin/Wife/53/Southwark, London/Census
1901/Mary A Baldwin/Daughter, Fur Liner/21/Whitton, Middlesex/Census
1901/John B Wilson/Grandson/4/Hackney, London/Census

1905/John Baldwin/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

1906/John Baldwin/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

There are two George Dipple in the licensing trade in 1911, at a beer house in Myddleton Street, Clerkenwell and also at the British Queen, Phillip Street, Hoxton. Also in the 1911 census, Marjorie Brimble is living with her family at a beer house in Cadiz Street, Mile End.

George Dipple of the Butchers Arms Beerhouse 149 New Road Battersea Surrey died 14 April 1915 at St Johns Infirmary St Johns Hill Wandsworth Surrey Administration London 3 December to Flora Nellie Dewell (wife of George Arthur Dewell), Effects £3024 11s 1d.

1919/Mrs Ellen Gordon Homes/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Mrs Ellen Gordon Homes/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Wm Jn Marks/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/George William Robinson/Beer Retailer, 149 Thessaly Road/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/George William Robinson/Beer Retailer, 149 Thessaly Road/../../../Post Office Directory

1971/../Butchers Arms, 149 Thessaly Road SW8/../../../Pub  Directory


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