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  • Jolly Milkman, 1 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, Surrey

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    At Lower Road in 1861 census

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    Residents at this address

    1861/Elizabeth Huntingdon/Beer Retailer, widow/58/Petworth, Surrey/Census
    1861/William Danby/Son, Dairyman/25/Mortlake, Surrey/Census
    1861/Emma Danby/Daughter in Law/18/Northamptonshire/Census
    1861/Fanny Huntingdon/Daughter/17/Mortlake, Surrey/Census
    1861/Sarah A Huntingdon/Daughter/14/Mortlake, Surrey/Census

    1881/John Firmston/Beer House Keeper/68/Leyton Heath, Shropshire/Census
    1881/Maria Firmston/Wife/65/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Rowland Firmston/Son, House Decorator/26/Mortlake, Surrey/Census
    1881/John Daniel Firmston/Son, Traveller Coal/21/Mortlake, Surrey/Census

    1891/Edward Day/Beer House Keeper/54/Waltham, Essex/Census
    1891/Jane Day/Wife/32/Clerkenwell, London/Census
    1891/Hester J Day/Daughter/5/Islington, London/Census

    1911/Richard Foster/Licensed Victualler/30/Eltham, Kent/Census
    1911/Edith Foster/Wife, Assistant/26/Richmond, Surrey/Census
    1911/Lydia Kisbey/Mother in Law, Assistant/63/Sittingbourne, Kent/Census
    1911/Frank Foster/Brother, Assistant/26/Eltham, Kent/Census
    1911/Roma Foster/Daughter/1/Mortlake, Surrey/Census

    1913/Richard Foster/Beer Retailer/../../Surrey Directory

    1918/Richard Foster/Beer Retailer/../../Surrey Directory

    1931/Richard Davis Foster of the Jolly Milkman Public House 1 Lower Richmond Road Mortlake Surrey died 11 September 1930 Probate London 20 October to Clara Elizabeth Foster widow and Herbert George Darby civil servant. Effects £2227 18s 11d/Probate

    I am trying to find out some information on a great Uncle by marriage. My father used to visit his uncle at the Jolly milkman in the lower Richmond road .That must have been in the mid 1930s  and I think he must have been a barman. I have then found him on the 1939 register at 1 lower Richmond road. His name was William Crane and he was a licensed victualler living with his family and a barman called Alban White. *

    * Provided By Maggie Revis


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