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Re: Lant Street

Postby kiwi » Tue May 12, 2020 3:20 am

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Lant Street, Southwark c1930.

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Re: Lant Street

Postby kiwi » Wed Jul 08, 2020 12:40 am

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LANT STREET

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Re: Lant Street

Postby 101rob » Sat Feb 20, 2021 10:11 am

I'm interested in all histories, stories and pictures relating to the Gladstone Arms, 64 Lant Street (formerly 65).

This is my work in progress timeline largely sourced from census, electoral and other directories. There are lots of gaps I'd love to fill. I'm especially interested to learn about the lives of the people who lived and worked there. I have some bits and pieces already if anyone is interested.

Gladstone Arms, 64 (formerly 65) Lant Street, SE1

Lant Street was renumbered sometime between 1870 - 1875

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Some earlier residents at this address.

1832 G Glover
1842 T Sydie (Stove Maker)
1851 Anthony Cooper (Boot Maker)
1861 William Clarke (Carman)

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Beer Retailers and Publicans at this address. Gladstone Arms name appears first on 1881 Census but probably was earlier.

1864 - 1865 William Paget
1869 - 1875 James Patrick Rawson
1881 – 1882 William G Loxley
1884 Charles Barnes
1885 William Loveridge
1891 Zaphaniah Stedman
1891 - 1896 John Beauchamp Wigmore
1899 - 1900 George Jones
1900 Ellen Gertrude Jones
1901 – 1911 Theodor Friedrich Wilhem Nelle
1914 Charles Gambrell
1915 Archibald Thomas Butler
1920 – 1921 Henry Fern
1925 – 1942 Frederick George Clinker
1942 - ? Hilda Clinker
1961 – 1965 Francis G Jeavons
2005 – Paul Schofield / John Murray
2006 – 2016 Daniel Orcese
2017 – present Gaurav & Megha Khanna

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Re: Lant Street

Postby kiwi » Sat Feb 20, 2021 11:39 pm

Hi 101rob, welcome to the site and thank you for the information. Any bits and pieces you have of Lant Street or any other parts of the area would be of interest, especially pictures, Kiwi.

Lant Street, Cork Warehouse 1867.   X.png
Lant Street, Cork Warehouse 1867.
Lant Street 1905.   X.png
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Re: Lant Street

Postby 101rob » Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:00 am

I did find these pictures of the Nellé family who ran the Gladstone Arms from 1900 until shortly before WWI. Theodor was from Germany originally and had previously run a bakery in Silvertown (near Canning Town) with his wife , Eliza (from Bethnal Green) before moving into the beer selling business in Lant St. I wondered if they may have been persecuted when the 1st World War started as many German families and businesses were at the time. He had moved to a house in Camberwell by 1914 and died the year after in March 1915. I went to Camberwell Old Cemetery the other day to try and find his grave but it seems to be in the section that's been bulldozed recemtly to make a new burial area.

Anyhow these portraits were posted on Ancestry.com by one their descendants in Canada, where Eliza and other family emigrated after Theodor died.
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Eliza Nellé (Hudson)
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Theodor Friedrich Wilhem Nellé


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