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Sort file:- Greenwich, September, 2022.

Page Updated:- Wednesday, 28 September, 2022.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1832-

Greyhound Hotel

Closed 1880s

9 Stockwell Street / (Church or Crane Street in 1703)

Greenwich

 

The Pigot's Directory of 1832 described the inn as also the Excise Office. It closed as a pub in the 1880s and has since been demolished.

Reference has also been found from the St. Alfege Parish Records of 1703.

 

St. Alfege Parish Records.

Burial 26 Aug 1703

Mayo dau of Gilburt Hodde Marriner f(rom) the next Doare to the "Grayhound Inn" in C* Street.

 

West Kent Guardian, 16 July 1836.

LOCAL PETTY SESSIONS.

"Greyhound Tavern," Greenwich, Tuesday July 12th.

(Before A. Young Esq, Col Forman, J. Thackeray, and C. Millington, Esq.)

John Clark alias W. Lurkins, alias Chambers, who has been in confinement for the last fortnight, charged with violent assault on the police, was brought up for re-examination. Cant the police constable being able to attend this morning.

Cant being examined gave similar evidence to that of Humphries last week.

Mr. Doudney surgeon of Deptford, proved the nature of the wounds inflicted and said that Cant had been under his care ever since up to the present time. The wounds were very dangerous at one time.

Ann Bettles wife of John Bettles of East street, plumber, gave a similar account of the affray, to that given by the police.

The evidence taken at the former examinations, having been read over by Mr. Finch the magistrates clerk. The magistrates retired when the Chairman stated that after consideration they were unanimously of opinion to inflict a finee of 5 for each of the two assaults, and in default of payment, two months imprisonment in the House of Correction for each fine.

The prisoner was then removed in custody.

 

LICENSEE LIST

WHITING William 1826-34+ Pigot's Directory 1832-34 (also Excise Office)

BALL T to May/1852

SUFFREIN Benjamin Thomas May/1852-Nov/59

SUFFREIN Benjamin Nov/1859-61+ (age 54 in 1861Census)

GARDINER Thomas to Jan/1863

STAMMERS Frederick Jan/1863-67+

HALL Edward 1871+ (age 33 in 1871Census)

DEACON Charles 1874

Last pub licensee had PAYNE Joseph Spencer 1874-12/Apr/80 dec'd

PAYNE Eliza Mrs 1881-82+ Census

https://pubwiki.co.uk/GreyhoundHotel.shtml

http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/greyhound.html

 

Pigot's Directory 1832-34From the Pigot's Directory 1832-33-34

CensusCensus

 

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