DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest ????

Earl Spencer

Latest ????

37 Bridge Road

Battersea

Earl Spencer 2009

Above photo, February 2000, by Fred Roll.

 

The borough dates from the London Government Act of 1899, and includes the greater part of the original ecclesiastical parish of St. Mary Battersea. Under the same Act Penge, formerly a hamlet of Battersea, was constituted a separate urban district...the curious anomalies of local government led to Penge's formation as a separate urban district and its transfer to the county of Kent in 1900. This would join London with neighbouring parishes in 1965. Penge was a wooded district, over which the tenants of Battersea Manor had common of pasture.

 

LICENSEE LIST

McCABE Edward 1871+ (age 38 in 1871)

BATES David 1878+

BATES Jane 1881+ (retired age 53 in 1881)

WESTRON George 1891+ (age 24 in 1891)

MESTRON George 1896-1901+ (age 33 in 1901)

WESTON & ILLING 1901-19+

HORGAN John 1921+

O'BRIEN Thomas Joseph 1938+

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