Clapham pub history index
Ex-Watney, Combe & Reid. Closed by at least early 2009 and converted to school use. * This must be the Waggon named in 1871; and at 19 Clapham Place, Lyham road in the 1881 census, especially as the Woodhouse family are always licensees.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1871/Henry Woodhouse/Beer House Keeper/52/Portsmouth, Hampshire/Census
1871/Elizabeth Woodhouse/Wife/47/Portsmouth, Hampshire/Census
1871/William Woodhouse/Son, Assistant/24/Portsmouth, Hampshire/Census
1871/Caroline Woodhouse/Sons Wife, Assistant/23/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/William H Woodhouse/Beerhouse Keeper/34/Hampshire/Census
1881/Caroline Woodhouse/Wife/33/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1891/William Henry Woodhouse/Beer House Keeper/44/Portsmouth, Hampshire/Census
1891/Caroline Woodhouse/Wife/45/Clapham, Surrey/Census
1891/Frederick Forman/Nephew/2/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1901/William H Woodhouse/Beer House Keeper/54/Portsmouth, Hants/Census
1901/Caroline Woodhouse/Wife/53/Brixton, London/Census
1905/Robert C Green/Beer Retailer/../../../Post Office Directory
1911/Mrs Susannah Abbott/../../../../Post Office Directory
1919/Mrs Susannah Abbott/../../../../Post Office Directory
1938/Albert Edward Legge/../../../../Post Office Directory
1944/Albert Legge/../../../../Post Office Directory
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