Merton pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey.
The Trafalgar Arms, Church path in the 1871 census and then at Nelson Fields. The modern address is from at least 1911.
Residents at this address
1871/William Prince/Beer Retai;er/52/Binfield, Berkshire/Census
1871/Lucy Prince/Wife/42/Windsor, Berkshire/Census
1878/Jeremiah Harrod/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly’s Directory
1881/Jeremiah Harrod/Beer Retailer/71/Horley, Surrey/Census
1881/Mary H Harrod/Wife/63/London City/Census
1881/James J Harrod/Son, Grainer & Decorator/23/Cudhum, Kent/Census
1891/Sidney L Bass/Beer Retailer/24/Wimbledon, Surrey/Census
1891/Jane E Bass/Wife/24/Poplar, London/Census
1891/Louise M Bass/Daughter/2 months/Merton, Surrey/Census
William James Martin is previously at the Tamworth Arms, 62 Tamworth Road, Croydon, Surrey
1911/William James Martin/Beer Seller/55/Mayfair, London/Census
1911/Emily Martin/Wife, Assistant.47/Camberwell, London//Census
1911/Frank William Martin/Son, House Decorator/29/Wandsworth, London/Census
1911/George McLaren Martin/Son/7/Norwood, London/Census
1923/William James Martin of the Trafalgar Arms High Path Merton Surrey died 21 April 1923Probate London 26 May to Emily Martin widow. Effects £313 2s 10d.