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This pub was present by 1824. **
The Cricketers (literally), Richmond - circa 1922 (Landlord W Newport)
Kindly provided by William Proctor
Third from the left is my Grandfather William Newport, with his son William, my Uncle in front. The gentleman fourth from the right is one of his brothers. *
Cricketers, 24 The Green, Richmond - in January 2010
Kindly provided by Stephen Harris
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey . The Surrey listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
The following entries are in this format:
Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.
1855/George Lamb/../../../Post Office Directory **
1867/J Faithfull/../../../Post Office Directory ****
1878/John Clark/../../../Post Office Directory **
1881/John Clifford/Licenced Victualler/65/Seend, Wiltshire/Census ****
1881/Emma Clifford/Wife/44/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/Jessie Clifford/Daughter, Barmaid/21/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1881/Kate E Leeson/Niece, Visitor/13/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1881/Georgina Acourt/General Servant/18/Marnhall, Dorset/Census
1891/James Sinfield/../../../Kellys Directory ****
1896/Joseph Hy Grant/../../../Kellys Directory ****
1903/Henry Joseph Grant / Licensed Victualler /../../London Gazette, 4 September 1903 **
1913/D M Shaw/../../../Kellys Directory ****
1918/D M Shaw/../../../Kellys Directory ****
My grandfather, William Newport was at the Euston Road Tavern (1891), the King of Prussia, Union Street, Southwark (1899 - 1910); the Sennocke Hotel, Sevenoaks (circa 1913); here until possibly up until 1922. He was then at the Lion Hotel, Chipping Ongar by 1925. His brother, James Newport ran The Star, 38 St Johns Wood 1899/1910. *
1937/A E Pinnell/../../../London Gazette, 26 November 1937 **
** Provided By Stephen Harris
**** Provided By Kevan