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Rose of Denmark, 110 Camden Grove North, Peckham

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The address is listed as 110 Cronin Road by 1914, following street renaming. *+

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1878/Edward Lewis Bran/Beer Retailer/../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

1881/Wm G Mison/Beer Shop Keeper/32/Godalming, Surrey/Census
1881/Aaron De Soizd/Step Father, (Retired Haberdasher)/83/Amsterdam, The Netherlands/Census
1881/Annie De Soizd/Mother, Beer Seller (Retired)/85/The Strand, Middlesex/Census

Frederick hart was born and lived in Leather Lane, Great Yeldham, Essex. He ran the pubs 'Masons Arms' Old Kent Road, the Two Brewers East Street Walworth and 'The Rose of Denmark' Camden Grove North, Peckham which is where his 3 children were all born. (possibly also The Three Tuns') He was also a 'bare fist fighter' according to his grandson Jack Philp known professionally as 'Pat Daly'. He lived in his retirement in a 'Licensed Victuallers Association' Home. *

1891/Frederick Hart/Beerhouse Keeper, Widow/28/Yeldham, Essex/Census
1891/Elizabeth Hart/Mother, Widow/62/Yeldham, Essex/Census
1891/Emma Hart/Sister, Machinist/24/Yeldham, Essex/Census
1891/Harriett Hart/Sister, Machinist/20/Yeldham, Essex/Census
1891/Selina Smith/Cousin, Machinist/18/Yeldham, Essex/Census
1891/Howard Smith/Nephew/8/Holloway, London/Census
1891/Annie Smith/Daughter/4/Bermondsey, London/Census
1891/Florence Smith/Daughter/3/Bermondsey, London/Census
1891/Frederick Smith/Son/1/Peckham, London/Census

1896/William Hatherall/beer retailer/../../Kelly's Directory *+

1905/James William Ranshaw/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *+

110 Cronin Road:

1914/Thomas Francis S. Eldred/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *+

1919/Thos. F. S. Eldred/beer retailer/../../Post Office Directory *+



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