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Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham road, Chelsea SW3

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At 117 Fulham Road before 1899. Demolished probably around the late 1960s or early 1970s and replaced with a commercial/residential block at the junction of Sloane Avenue and Draycott Avenue. **  At Marlboro road in 1851

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The Old Admiral Keppel, Chelsea - in 1850

The Old Admiral Keppel, Chelsea - in 1850

Kindly provided by John Carnaby

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road, Chelsea - circa 1890

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road, Chelsea - circa 1890

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road, Chelsea - circa 1890

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road, Chelsea - circa 1890

Kindly provided by Vincent O'Loughlin

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road SW3

Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham Road SW3

Kindly provided by Rosemary Wenzerul

1825/Mr Dyer, Admiral Keppel, Fulham road/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1836/Henry Watts/../../../Pigots Directory

1839/Henry Watts/../../../Pigots Directory

1843/Henry Watts/../../../Kellys Directory

1846/Benjamin Watts/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Benjamin Watts/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/Benjamin Watts/Wine Merchant/37/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1851/Sarah Watts/Wife/35/Oxford, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Edgar Haynes/Nephew, Bar boy/12/Oxford, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Elizabeth Beaden/House Servant/30/Lincoln Inn, Middlesex/Census
1851/Walter Stiles/Waiter/21/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census
1851/Thomas Gardner/Ostler, Widow/67/Debden, Essex/Census

1856/Bn Watts/../../../Post Office Directory

1860/There was something rural in this: the distich was painted in very rude white letters on a small black board; and when Keppel’s portrait, which swung in air, like England's flag, braving was unhinged and placed against the front of the house, this board was appended as its motto. Both, however, were displaced by the march of public-house improvement; the weather-beaten sign of the gallant admiral's head was transferred to a wall of the back premises, where its “faded form” might, until recently, have been recognised; but though the legible record has perished, opus vatum durat. /*

1862/O Bishop/../../../Post Office Directory

1867/Mr James Hughes, Admiral Keppel, 77 Fulham road/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1869/Bishop & Hughes/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Charles E Deacon/Licensed Victualer/31/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1881/Elizabeth E Deacon/Wife/27/Ealing, Middlesex/Census
1881/John Crimman/Barman/29/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/William Anderson/Barman/25/Gillingham, Kent/Census
1881/Frederick Hardwick/Barman/24/Chelsea, Middlesex/Census
1881/Levi Taylor/Potman/45/Bushey, Hertford/Census
1881/Margaret Fitzpatrick/General Servant/20/Cork, Ireland/Census

1884/Charles E Deacon/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Ezekiel Levy/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/William Parr/Licensed Victualler/28/Bow, London/Census
1901/Millicent Parr/Wife/25/Stepney, London/Census
1901/Edith Emma Sherwood/Barmaid/18/Bow, London/Census
1901/Florence Eastwood/Barmaid/23/Paddington, London/Census
1901/Annie Williams/Barmaid/25/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Constance O'Connell/Barmaid/20/Ireland/Census
1901/Mabel Fitzgerald/Barmaid/18/Southampton, Hants/Census
1901/Frank Lewis/Potman/34/Mile End, London/Census
1901/George Duncan McDonald/Potman/29/Paddington, London/Census
1901/Julia Foley/Housemaid/36/City, London/Census
1901/Elizabeth Searle/Cook/24/Devon/Census

1910/Ezekiel Levy/../../../Post Office Directory

My great grandfather's brother, Henry John Woodman, worked as a porter in this public house. *

1911/Charles Emile Lienhard/Publicans Manager/34/Belguim/census *
1911/Jeanette Amelia Lienhard/Wife, Publicans Manager/29/Hemingford Grey, Huntingdonshire/census
1911/Stanley Charles Lienhard/Son/3 months/77 Fulham Road, Chelsea/census
1911/Edward James Theobalds/Barman/25/Deptford/census
1911/William James Mills/Barman/24/33 Lucy Road, Bermondsey/census
1911/Horace Arthur Metcalf/Barman/22/Norwich, Norfolk/census
1911/Elizabeth Morgan/Barmaid/27/Glamorganshire, Wales/census
1911/Edie Hyams/Barmaid/27/123 Edward Street, New Cross/census
1911/Gertrude Nunn/Barmaid/20/Bournemouth/census
1911/Alice Collins/Cook/36/Leytonstone, Essex/census
1911/Lilian Manton/Housemaid/28/Royston, Cambridgeshire/census
1911/Ellen Nora Burton/Kitchenmaid/18/Kings Road, Chelsea/census
1911/William Henry Mills/Potman, Porter/24/Portslade, Brighton/census
1911/Henry John Woodman/Potman, Porter/24/Marlborough, Wiltshire/Census
1911/Emily Steady/Nursemaid/16/158 Shirland Road, Paddington/Census

1915/Ezekiel Levy/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Ezekiel Levy/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Levy & Franks Ltd/../../../Kellys Directory

1938/Levy & Franks Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Levy & Franks Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

My grandfather, David Vandermolen (known at Molen) owned or leased (not sure which) this Pub and then it was bombed during the War - they then moved to The Queen's Head, 27 Tryon Street, Chelsea  ***


* Provided By Suzanne Lawrence

** Provided By Tris

*** Provided By Rosemary Wenzerul

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 18-Sep-2019 14:23:47 BST