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Greyhound Hotel, High Street, Dulwich SE22

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According to the newsletter for the Dulwich Society, the Old Greyhound and the Crown were two separate Public Houses which were both demolished before 1900 and replaced with the one, i.e. the Crown & Greyhound. The Greyhound Inn, Dulwich Village, built 1720 as the King's Head - name changed in the 1760s to the Greyhound Inn, pulled down in 1897 after the construction of the Crown and Greyhound opposite. **

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The Greyhound, Dulwich in 1750

The Greyhound, Dulwich in 1750

The Old Greyhound Tavern, High Street, Dulwich, posted in about 1903 but probably some years after it has been demolished

The Old Greyhound Tavern, High Street, Dulwich, posted in about 1903 but probably some years after it has been demolished

Both kindly provided by Colleen

The Old Greyhound, Dulwich

The Old Greyhound, Dulwich

Kindly provided by Peter Fry

The Greyhound, Dulwich

The Greyhound, Dulwich

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

Residents at this address.

Richard Randall’s diaries 28/01/1763: Randall was organist and fourth fellow at Alleyn’s College of God’s Gift (Dulwich College as was) – his diary entry says ‘took my goods to Dulwich, to the Greyhound’ **

Surrey History Centre: petition dated 1768 for a new assembly room at the Greyhound Inn from the tenant, Robert Boxall. It was signed by 20 local worthies including Richard Randall & Brass Crosby MO (MP & lord Mayor of London in 1770). **

1768/Petition by Robert Boxall for a music and dancing licence for a room in his house called the Greyhound at Dulwich with a signed petition from the inhabitants of Dulwich recommending that the licence be granted/Access to archives - Surrey History centre

1802 London City directory: Middlecott William, Greyhound Inn & Tavern, Dulwich. **

1805/Mrs Middlecott, Greyhound Inn, Dulwich/../../Holdens Directory

1811/William Middlecott/Greyhound Inn, Dulwich /../../Holdens Directory

1825/William Middlecott/Greyhound, Dulwich/../../Petty Sessions

1825/William Middlecott/Greyhound, Dulwich/../../Middlesex Directory

1841/Mary Middlecott/Inn keeper/50/Census **
1841/Louisa Middlecott/20/Census
1841/Jane Middlecott/20/Census
1841/Plus a number of servants with unreadable names.

1851/William Middlecott/Innkeeper/38/Surrey Dulwich/Census **
1851/Ann Middlecott/sister, assistant/17/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1851/Jane Middlecott /daughter, assistant/16/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1851/Louisa Middlecott/sister, house keeper/32/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1851/Sarah Osborne/Barmaid/24/Surrey Old Kent Road/Census
1851/Susan Archer/Barmaid/28/Suffolk Ipswich/Census
1851/Catherine Nolan/Cook/23/Ireland Mayo/Census
1851/William Farner/Potman/19/Oxford/Census

1861/William Middlecott/Innkeeper/48/Surrey Dulwich/Census **
1861/Louisa Middlecott/sister, assistant/41/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1861/Jane Middlecott /daughter, assistant/25/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1861/Louisa Middlecott/daughter, assistant/24/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1861/Emily Middlecott/daughter, assistant/22/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1861/William Middlecott/son, clerk, ship broker/20/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1861/William Gadel/Waiter/40/Surrey Bagshot/Census
1861/Charles Cottrill/Potman/ 25/Middlesex London/Census
1861/Ann Helland/30/Dublin/Census
1861/Jane Webb/Housemaid/ 25/Limerick/Census
1861/Henry Knight/Boarder, gentleman/23/Gloucestershire Bristol/Census
1861/Mary Knight/Boarder/22/Suffolk Ipswich/Census
1861/Jane Smith/Servant/25/Middlesex London/Census

1867/Miss Jane Middlecott, at Greyhound, Dulwich/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1871/William Middlecott/Innkeeper/58/Surrey Dulwich/Census **
1871/Jane Middlecott /daughter, assistant/35/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/Louisa Middlecott/daughter, assistant/34/ Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/Emily Middlecott/daughter, assistant/32/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/William Middlecott/son, assistant/30/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/Louisa Middlecott/sister, assistant/51/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/Mary Fletcher/Visitor/51/Surrey Dulwich/Census
1871/Rosatt Fletcher/Visitor/16/Lancashire Liverpool/Census
1871/Ellen Hayter/Barmaid/19/Shaftesbury/Census
1871/Mary Mole/Cook /29/Cambridge/Census
1871/Angelina Trenberth/Kitchen maid/20/Cornwall/Census
1871/Geo Hewse/Groom/42/Essex Colchester/Census
1871/Alfred Winder/Potman/21/ Surrey Dulwich/Census

1874/William Middlecott/../../../../Licensed victualler & Hoteliers Directory

16th February 1877/The Will of William Clifford Middlecott otherwise William Middlecott formerly of the "Greyhound" Inn Dulwich in the County of Surrey Licensed Victualler but late of Holly Bank Maberley Road Upper Norwood in the said County Gentleman who died 1 February 1877 at Holly Bank was proved at the Principal Registry by William Robert Middlecott of Holly Bank Gentleman the Son and Jane Fletcher (Wife of John Fletcher) of Litherland Park near Liverpool in the County of Lancaster the Daughter the Executors. Effects under £16000; Resworn July 1877 under £20000

1878/John Dobson Allatt/../../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

1881/John D Allatt/Hotel proprietor/50/Yorkshire Rosington/Census **
1881/Mary A. Allatt/Wife/41/Surrey Lambeth/Census
1881/Mary A. Allatt/Daughter/20/London Walworth/Census
1881/Frances A. Allatt /Daughter/18/ London Walworth/Census
1881/Thomas H. Allatt/Cook’s apprentice/16/London Wimbledon/Census
1881/Sarah Allatt/Daughter/14/ London Wimbledon/Census
1881/Louise Allatt/Daughter/11/London Walworth/Census
1881/Charlotte Allatt/Daughter/8/London Walworth/Census
1881/Harry Robinson/Barman/21/NK/Census
1881/Catherine Sullivan/Cook/29/London Middlesex/Census
1881/Louisa Spinley/Barmaid/25/London Middlesex/Census

1890/Paul Edward Cashin/../../../../Electoral Register *

1891/George Alfred Bell/../../../../Electoral Register *

1891/Samuel Bell/Hotel Manager/30/Molt Radcliffe/Census **
1891/Mary E Bell/Wife/24/Lincolnshire Rustington/Census
1891/Hattie H Robertson/Barmaid/19/Kent Ramsgate/Census
1891/Ellen Sullivan/Housemaid/25/Middlesex Kensington/Census
1891/Edwin T Ives/Barman/25/Surrey Lambeth/Census

1893-1895/Samuel Bell/../../../../Electoral Register *

1896/William Jas Jennings/../../../../Suburban Post Office Directory

1897/John Johnston Calder/../../../../Electoral Register *

The Walsall Advertiser 15/10/1898: The old Greyhound Inn at Dulwich has been demolished. Soon the ground on which it stood, and the field where many a merry gathering has been held, will be covered over with rows of trim villas. The Greyhound was one of the four famous inns in Dulwich and was kept in the hands of one family for more than one hundred years. The Dulwich club, established in 1772, met at the Greyhound. It was a society mostly of literary men, formed for convivial intercourse. During its life the club entertained Dr Glennie, Campbell, Dickens, Thackeray, Mark Lemon, and many other celebrities. **


* Provided By John Carnaby

** Provided By Ian McInnes

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 11-Dec-2019 16:53:50 GMT