Wheatsheaf

98 Church Road (Google Map)

Image courtesy of Collage - The London Picture Library - http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk


1977 Image courtesy of Collage – The London Picture Library – http://collage.cityoflondon.gov.uk

It was a public house, then off licence.

In 2016 this is a convenience store.

In 1910 electoral register, Sarah Drewett is listed as living in a ‘dwelling house’ at numbers 1 and 2 Keen’s Terrace.

Wheatsheaf sign only

Clip from Merton Memories photo 27324 Copyright London Borough of Merton

Clip from Merton Memories photo 27365 Copyright London Borough of Merton

Clip from Merton Memories photo 27365 Copyright London Borough of Merton

Clip from Merton Memories photo 27300 Copyright London Borough of Merton

Clip from Merton Memories photo 27300 Copyright London Borough of Merton

1970 Clip from Merton Memories photo 27371 Copyright London Borough of Merton

1970 Clip from Merton Memories photo 27371 Copyright London Borough of Merton

1975 Ide

1975

J.M. Ide listed in 1954 phone book

Newspaper articles

Wimbledon Boro’ News, 19th January, 1923

ACCIDENT IN HIGH STREET, MERTON. — Mrs. Eleanor Deane, aged 68, of 5, Cavendish-road, Collier’s Wood, was crossing High-street, Merton, On Tuesday afternoon. when she was knocked down by a bicycle ridden by Mr. Percy Ide, of the Wheatsheaf Ale House, Church-road, Mitcham. Mrs. Deane’s left ankle was slightly injured.