Lombard Street

Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette : Saturday 9 March 1833

Insolvents applying to be discharged.  petitions to be heard at the Court House, Portugal Street, Lincolns Inn Field, 19th March, at nine.

Richard Palk, Lombard Street, Portsmouth, cabinet maker.


Hampshire Advertiser : Saturday 29 August 1846

Died, on the 23rd inst., at the residences of his father, in Lombard Street, Mr Daniel Ubsdell, miniature painter, and brother to Mr R H C Ubsdell, artist of that town, in his 30th year.

Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 8 July 1848

Ann Rolfe, who has appeared at Court times out of number, was again charged  with being in Lombard Street between 12 and 1 o‘clock this morning, using bad language.  She pleaded guilty.  Mr Casher - I hardly know what to do with you; you have been here repeatedly;  I shall give you a light punishment, and I hope you will mend your ways; you are convicted, and sentenced to be imprisoned and kept at hard labour for 14 days


Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 20 April 1901

Golden Lion Lane, the name formerly given to that part of Lombard Street, skirting the churchyard.  The thoroughfare was widened in 1869 at a cost of between £3,000 and £4,000

King George’s Gate - Another name for the Quay Gate, which was situated at the end of Lombard Street, facing the Camber.  It was erected in 1734.


Portsmouth Evening News : Saturday 11 August 1923

By Order of the Mortgagee, Monday, 20th August, 1923, Town Quay, Portsmouth, sale of two storey store or factory, spacious block of stabling and a capital house.  Field and Palmer are instructed to sell by auction, at their property sale, on the above date in 3 lots, the conveniently placed two-storey corner property being No 39 Lombard Street, Town Quay, having a total floor space of about 1,300 feet super, large office, hoist, etc., electric light is laid on.

Freehold stabling being 26a Lombard Street, having a frontage of 34 feet and a depth of 125 feet or thereabouts, and 7 stalls and loose box, harness room, large loft, yard with double gateway entrance, electric light is laid on.

Also the capital freehold dwelling house being 32 Lombard Street with 5 bedrooms, bathroom, 2 good sitting rooms, combined kitchen and scullery, yard at rear and joint back entrance into King Street, large cellar below, electric light and gas are laid on.  Let to Mr Barron at 20s per week, tenant paying rates.

Also will be included, by direction of the owner, two useful stores, being Nos 12 and 14 Oyster Street, (close to the camber).  No 12 is a large store with paved florr and loft over.  No 14 which adjoins and communicates with the above, is arranged with front office, back store, yard, wc and small store, with 3 rooms over.  The property has a frontage of 34 ft 9 ins and a mean depth of 51 ft, or thereabouts.  Let to Messrs Jepps & Co.  Early possession can be had.

 
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1 Lombard Street

1851 Census

Joseph Holmes : Coal Merchant : 57 yrs

1841 living in Lombard St, coal merchant, 45 yrs

Matilda Heddin : House Servant : 34 yrs


1861 Census

Joseph Holmes : Coal Merchant : 67 yrs

Eleanor Steward : Housekeeper : 37 yrs



Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 22 August 1868

Notice is hereby given, that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Leonard Loth, William Ash, and Frederick Ash, potato and general merchants, at No 1 Lombard Street, in the parish of Portsmouth, in the county of Southampton, was this day dissolved by mutual consent.  All debts due and owing to or by the late firm will be received and paid by Mr John Wainscot, of No 9 Union Street, Portsea.



1871 Census


Joseph Welch : House Builder : 68 yrs

Rebecca : 45 yrs

George W : 15 yrs

Julian R M : 11 yrs

Annie G K : 8 yrs

Alfred Atkins : Bank Clerk : 17 yrs


1881 Census

Henry William Hussee : Stout Merchant’s Clerk : 29 yrs

Mary Ann : 20 yrs

Annie : 5 yrs

Lillian J : 4 yrs

Harry : 2 yrs

Margaret : 1 yr

Isaac Stears : Insurance Agent : 64 yrs

Elizabeth : School Mistress : 34 yrs

1911 Census


Alfred H Broome : Beer Retailer : 28 yrs

Edith M : 27 yrs

George F : 3 yrs

Olive M Pharoe : 16 yrs



Portsmouth Evening News : Saturday 30 January 1926

On Wednesday next, 3rd February, 1925, by instructions from Messrs Long & Co, Southsea, on compensation of licence, King and King are instructed to sell by auction at 6.30 pm, the double fronted freehold premises, 1 Lombard Street, formerly known as ”The Ruby”, suitable for conversion into a private dwelling, and now arranged as large bar, bar parlour, sitting room, three bedrooms, box-room, and domestic offices.  Let to Mr Albert Jones at £1 13s 9d, payable monthly, and rates.

 

2 Lombard Street

“Golden Lion”

1851 Census

George P Bishop : Cooper, Master. Emp 2 men & 2 Apps : 32 yrs

1861 living at 80 St Thomas’s St, widower, cooper

1871 same address as 1861, wine, beer & spirit merchant, wife Emma,40 yrs

1891 living at 30 St Peter’s Grove, Portsea, retired wine merchant

1901 living at 16 St Peter’s Grove, 82 yrs, Emma 73 yrs


Eleanor : 34 yrs

George H : 8 yrs

Eleanor : 6 yrs

Fanny : 4 yrs

Louisa : 2 yrs

Eliza Loop : House Servant : 15 yrs


Maria More : 59 yrs

Maria L : Daily Governess : 27 yrs




1861 Census

Eliza Bore : Letting Lodgings : 25 yrs

Eliza : 3 yrs

William Sawyer : Seaman : 27 yrs

George : Seaman : 23 yrs

Henry : Pilot : 21 yrs

Sarah Earle : Wife of Capt of Coasting Vessel : 32 yrs

Howard Keene : Annuitant : 61 yrs



1871 Census


Emma L Pike : Teacher of Music : 41 yrs

Marian J : 10 yrs

John A : 8 yrs

Phoebe Lawrence : School Mistress : 22 yrs

Elizabeth Campbell : 13 yrs

Daniel : 11 yrs

James : 8 yrs

Lucy Houmson : General Servant : 16 yrs


1881 Census

Frederick Benning : Manager at Railway Carriers : 35 yrs

1878 married Catherine Elizabeth Linstead at Portswood


Catherine : 22 yrs

Frederick : 11 yrs

Lucy Foster : General Servant : 16 yrs

John H Grist : Inn Keeper : 61 yrs

Ann : 62 yrs

Annie J : 24 yrs

Daniel : Retired Ironmonger’s Assistant : 71 yrs



1891 Census

“Golden Lion”

William Hatherley : Licensed Victualler : 41 yrs

Clara : 37 yrs

James Brake : Purveyer of Milk : 29 yrs

John Pook : Engine Fitter : 23 yrs

Ellen A : 23 yrs


John O’Sullivan : Sgt, RA : 27 yrs

Winifred M : 26 yrs

Mary W : 2 yrs

Elizabeth : 9 months


Levi Batten : Sgt, RA : 33 yrs

Margaret : 28 yrs




Portsmouth Evening News : Tuesday 2 August 1892

Lost, from 2 Lombard Street, a Fox Terrier dog, black back, no collar ; if let loose will return home. Anyone found detaining the dog after this notice will be proceeded against.




1911 Census


Rowland James Loader : Harness maker : 71 yrs

Eliza Ann : 54 yrs

Eugenie Maud Cogger : 33 yrs

Sybil Blanche : 4 yrs



Portsmouth Evening News : Saturday 30 March 1929

By order of the Executors of Mrs Augusta Bramble, deceased, on Tuesday, 9th April, 1929 at 6.30 pm, Penny & Clark, FAI have received instructions to sell by auction, at their auction mart, King’s Road, Southsea,, the leasehold dwelling house, 2 Lombard Street, having two reception rooms, seven bedrooms, two kitchens and sculleries combined, cellarage, wc, and side entrance.  Let to Mr S F Doran at 30s per week, tenant paying rates

 
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3 Lombard Street

1871 Census

Unoccupied


Hampshire Telegraph : Saturday 7 September 1878

Lombard Street - George Prince Bishop personally applied for a beer dealer’s additional (off) licence for the house No 3, in the above named street.  Granted.


1881 Census

Rosa Smithers : Tailoress : 36 yrs

Harriet : Tailoress : 48 yrs

Uriah W : 25 yrs

Harriet J L : Tailoress : 23 yrs

John Woodrow : Tailor : 81 yrs

3.5 Lombard Street

1881 Census

Edwin Simons : Geengrocer : 41 yrs

Catherine : 35 yrs

Sophia K : 6 yrs

Frances V : 3 yrs

Rosena E : 1 yr

Adele E Smithers : Tailoress : 22 yrs

Helena E : Tailoress : 16 yrs

Emma Woodward : Tailoress : 21 yrs

George Hinton : Engineer, Steam Vessel : 58 yrs


1891 Census

Bridget McCallum : Boarding House Keeper : 69 yrs

Alfred Wood : Watchmaker’s Assistant : 21 yrs

Sidney Rattenbury : Ship Broker’s Clerk : 18 yrs


1911 Census


John Robert Barron : Boatman : 47 yrs

Clara : 47 yrs

John Robert : Shipwright : 25 yrs

Clara Emily : Trained Certificated Assistant Teacher : 23 yrs

Archibald Herbert William : Shipwright Apprentice : 20 yrs

Gladys Maud : 16 yrs

Albert Edward Victor : 10 yrs

Ivy Kathleen : 6 yrs.

 

4 Lombard Street

1871 Census

Richard Freeman : Master Stone Mason, emp 3 masons & 1 sawyer : 48 yrs

1891 living at 26 Lombard St, stonemason


Emily : 27 yrs


1881 Census

George Allen : Upholsterer’s Porter : 52 yrs

Ann : 49 yrs

George Williams : Coachman & Groom : 30 yrs


1891 Census

John T Browning : Cook : 30 yrs

Sarah : 40 yrs

Edith K : 1 yr


Edmund R Ludlow : Lieutenant, ASC : 26 yrs



Bournemouth Guardian : Saturday 22 June 1895

To be sold - A four Horse Coach (by Aldchert, London); condition as good as new, with everything complete; a bargain.  Apply to Mr G Hawkins, 4 Lombard Street, Portsmouth



1911 Census


Maurice Colthrup : Carpenter & Builder : 52 yrs

Rosa : 45 yrs

 

5 Lombard Street

1871 Census

William Roper : Carpenter : 48 yrs

George : Carpenter : 22 yrs

Edith : 19 yrs

Alfred : 12 yrs

Walter J : 10 yrs

Emma Weir : Housekeeper : 34 yrs


1881 Census

Alfred Osbon : Plumber & Painter : 31 yrs

Naomi : 34 yrs


1891 Census 

Unoccupied


1911 Census

George Tait : Potato Salesman : 32 yrs

Annie : 25 yrs

Doris : 2 yrs

George : 1 yr

Norah : 2 months


Edward John Anslow : Carter, Potato Merchant : 28 yrs

Florence Annie : 24 yrs

Edward Ernest : 1 yr.

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6 Lombard Street

1851 Census

Harriet Allen : Custom House Agent : 49 yrs

Charles : Custom House Agent : 22 yrs

Matilda : 15 yrs

Frances : 13 yrs

Joseph : 10 yrs

Alfred : 5 yrs


1861 Census

Anne Brown : Artist’s Wife : 21 yrs

Fanny Taylor : Dressmaker : 22 yrs

Rose : 9 yrs

Leopold Brown : 2 yrs

Edward Profit : Storeman : 34 yrs

Elizabeth : 32 yrs

Alfred : 10 yrs


Thomas Mottershead : Excavator : 60 yrs


Martin Bender : Waiter : 48 yrs

1871 living at 10 Newport St, Portsea, hotel waiter, 57 yrs

1879 died in Portsea


Hannah : 36 yrs

Mary H : 9 yrs

William : 7 yrs

Lewis A : 5 yrs

Sarah C : 2 yrs





1881 Census

Richard Freeman : Stone Mason : 50 yrs

Emily : 35 yrs



1891 Census

Francis W Ward : Hairdresser : 27 yrs

Mary : 26 yrs

Rosina M : 5 yrs

Frederick F W : 2 yrs


William Smith : Corporal, RA : 26 yrs

Lilly : 23 yrs



1911 Census


William Hatton : Hairdresser : 47 yrs

1901 living at same address

1891 living at 53 Cottage Grove, Portsea, hairdresser

Ada : 45 yrs

Ethel : Apprentice Tailoress : 15 yrs

Sarah : 11 yrs

Ann : 9 yrs


Edward Daws : Post Office “Stamper” : 40 yrs

Lucy : 29 yrs

 
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7 Lombard Street

1851 Census

Ann Hendy : 71 yrs

Mary Hibbard : 52 yrs

James W Hendy : 5 yrs

Elizabeth Newbury : 18 yrs


1861 Census


John Read : H M Foreman of Shipwrights : 38 yrs

Jane : 38 yrs

John T : 9 yrs

William : 7 yrs

Jane : 5 yrs


Anne Bennie : Needlewoman : 52 yrs

Henry Chase : Mariner : 38 yrs

Wife : 37 yrs

Sarah Norris : Charwoman : 71 yrs



1871 Census


James Pepper : Assistant Armourer, Gunwharf : 30 yrs

Matilda A : 26 yrs

Edwin J : 4 yrs

George W : 1 yr



1881 Census

Alfred William Bevis : Builder : 24 yrs

Jessie : 24 yrs

George : 8 months

Alice J : 2 yrs

Sarah M Durham : General Servant : 14 yrs


John Ives : Blacksmith : 52 yrs

Sarah : 54 yrs



1891 Census

Eliza S Baxter : Principal of School : 52 yrs

Clara M Silverlock : School Assistant : 46 yrs


Mary Needham : Living on own means : 58 yrs

Olive : 25 yrs



Hastings & St Leonards Observer : Saturday 8 August 1891


Wanted by two ladies, for permanency, three unfurnished rooms, bed and sitting room must be on same floor; near High Street, Hastings, preferred; terms moderate.  Needham, 7 Lombard Street.




Portsmouth Evening News : Monday 1 June 1891


Lessons in singing and voice production by pupil of Signor Visetti, London.

Miss Needham, 7 Lombard Street.



1911 Census


Augustus Burnett : General Carrier : 51 yrs

Sophia E : 51 yrs

Albert A : Carman : 20 yrs

Charles Thopson : Merchant Seaman : 38 yrs


Robert Burton : 76 yrs

Maria : Charwoman, Lloyds Bank Cleaner : 64 yrs

William Harris : Formerly in the Army : 27 yrs.