Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

Rising Sun, High Street, Hampton

Hampton pub history index

At London Road in 1881 census

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.

Residents at this address.

1871/Edward Barnes/Beer Retailer/44/Morden, Surrey/Census
1871/Charlotte Barnes/Wife, Assistant/43/Liphook, Hampshire/Census

1881/Edward Barnes/Beer Seller/56/Morden, Surrey/Census
1881/Charlotte Barnes/Wife/54/Liphook, Hampshire/Census

1891/Edward Barnes/Beer Retailer/65/Morden, Surrey/Census
1891/Charlotte Barnes//wife/63/Woolmer Forest, Hampshire/Census

1901/Charlotte Barnes/Beer Retailer, Widow/69/Woolmer Forest, Hampshire/Census
1901/William Smith/Barman/20/Hampton, Middlesex/Census

1911/Stephen Groves/Publican, Beer House Keeper/54/Sydling, Dorset/Census
1911/Mary Groves/Wife/50/Leigh, Dorset/Census
1911/Daisy Groves/Daughter/16/Hampton, Middlesex/Census
1911/Percy Groves/Son/10/Hampton, Middlesex/Census

1929/Alfred Stephen Groves of 29 High street Hampton Hill Middlesex died 26 February 1929 Administration London 10 April to Mary Groves widow. Effects £601 4s 10d.
1937/Rt. Thomas Sears, Rising Sun, 29 High street, Hampton Hill, Hampton/../../Kelly’s Directory

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