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St Pauls Tavern, 72 Villa Street, Walworth SE17

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The address at 72 Villa Street is at or near to the junction with Westmoreland Road in the 1882 street directory. The earlier address is at 4 St Pauls Place, Westmoreland Road in 1869 and earlier. The even earlier address is at St Pauls Place, Walworth Common in 1851 and earlier

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St Pauls Tavern, 72 Villa Street, Walworth SE17 - circa 1909 (Proprietor James R Bullen)

St Pauls Tavern, 72 Villa Street, Walworth SE17 - circa 1909 (Proprietor James R Bullen)

Kindly provided by Robin James

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1825/William King/Saint Paul, Walworth Common/../../Victuallers Recognizance

1839/Alexander Viccary/St Pauls place, Walworth Common/../../Pigots Directory

1848/Thomas Corbett/St Pauls place, Walworth Common/../../Post Office Directory

1851/Thomas Corbett/4 St Pauls place, Walworth Common/../../Post Office Directory

1856/T Corbett/4 St Pauls place, Westmoreland Road/../../Post Office Directory

1869/Mrs Martha Corbett/4 St Pauls place, Westmoreland Road/../../Post Office Directory

1877/David Chas Bansback Senr/../../../Directory **

1881/David C Bansback/Licensed Victualler/45/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1881/Sarah Bansback/Wife/45/Spitalfields, Middlesex/Census
1881/Emma A Bansback/Daughter/22/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1881/David C Bansback/Son, Barman/21/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1881/Joseph W Bansback/Son, Barman/17/Spitalfields, Middlesex/Census
1881/Winnie Bansback/Daughter/5/London City, Middlesex/Census
1881/Richard Cain/Barman/18/Newington, Surrey/Census
1881/Fanny Ridding/Cook/27/Newington, Surrey/Census
1881/Louisa Newman/Domestic Servant/16/Newington, Surrey/Census

1882/David Chas Bansback/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Charles D Bansback/../../../Post Office Directory

1899/Henry Burgess/../../../Post Office Directory

My grandmother's photo is of her brother, James Robert BULLEN's tavern of which he was proprietor at the time of his death on 22 July 1909. My grandmother emigrated to South Australia in 1911 and the photo was one of her treasured memories of her brother. *

Their father was also James Robert BULLEN who was a beer retailer at 228 Devonshire Street, Mile End Old Town, from around 1880 (1881 Census) until his death 1886. [ref. probate records]. His wife Charlotte Martha BULLEN then took over the business until shortly before her death in March 1901. *

James Robert BULLEN (1860-1909) learnt the business from his parents, first being at 39 Upper North Street, Poplar (Sir John Barleycorn) in the 1891 census; at 157 Chobham Road, Stratford (Eagle) in the 1901 Census; and finally the St. Pauls Tavern 72 Villa Street, Walworth, until 22 July 1909 - probate records. *

1910/James Robert Bullen/../../../Post Office Directory [Always out of date!]

In 1911 his wife Matilda Mary BULLEN was running the Rose at 78 Edmund Street, Camberwell along with her son, also James Robert BULLEN (1888 - 1976), who was the barman & licensed victualler. I have since found him at the Britannia, 94 Ironmonger Row, St Luke in 1915. He had moved to Winchester, Hampshire by 1917 and remained there, presumably still in the pub business. *

1915/Arthur Thomas Olley/../../../Post Office Directory

1921/Chas Elledge/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/Arthur John Williams/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Improved Public House Co Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory


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** Provided By Mike Bansback

 

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