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Old Ford Hotel, North Camp station, Ash Vale, Ash, Surrey

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The address in 1937 is at North Camp station, Ash Vale, Aldershot

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Old Ford Hotel, Ash Vale, Ash, Surrey

Old Ford Hotel, Ash Vale, Ash, Surrey

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The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1911/Arthur Goddard/Hotel Keeper/44/Farnborough, Hampshire/Census
1911/Fanny Goddard/Wife/39/Burghclere, Hampshire/Census
1911/Nellie Goddard/Daughter/11/Farnborough, Hampshire/Census
1911/Christopher Clarke/Potman/26/Stonham, Suffolk/Census
1911/Emmie Baker/Servant/15/Hastings, Sussex/Census

1913/John Steer/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory

1918/John P Schofield/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory

1937/Leonard F Hayes, Old Ford Hotel, North Camp station, Ash Vale, Aldershot/../../Kelly’s Directory

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