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Duchess of Devonshire, 115 Lavender road, Battersea SW11

The Fireman in the 1871 census and in 1878; The Duchess Of Devonshire by 1881, in Lavender road was at the corner of Knox road.  The pub, the entire block and another pub, the Shakespeare at 150 Meyrick road (in the parallel street), were destroyed during WW2. *

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Duchess Of Devonshire, Lavender road and Knox road, Battersea - in the late 1920s with landlord W J Bigg

Duchess Of Devonshire, Lavender road and Knox road, Battersea - in the late 1920s with landlord W J Bigg

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Residents at this address.

1871/Robert E Watling/Licensed Victualler/33/Sotterley, Suffolk/Census
1871/Eliza Watling/Wife/33/Sotterley, Suffolk/Census

1878/Joseph Elliott, The Fireman, 115 Lavender road /../../../Surrey Directory

1881/John R Gabbitas/Licensed Victualler/53/Bromley, Kent/Census
1881/Walter Gabbitas/Son, Licensed Victualler/25/Pimlico, Middlesex/Census
1881/Samuel Green/Visitor, Brewer/66/Somerset/Census

1896/Arthur T Childerstone/../../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William Utting Panchen/Licensed Victualler/30/Islington, London/Census
1901/Alice Mary Panchen/Wife/33/Barnsbury, London/Census
1901/Winifred Alice Panchen/Daughter/3/Islington, London/Census
1901/Charlotte Mary Bryers/Housemaid/16/Battersea, London/Census

1901/William Utting Panchen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1905/William Utting Panchen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1906/William Utting Panchen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1911/William Utting Panchen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1919/William Utting Panchen/../../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Evan David Lott/../../../../Post Office Directory

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