Kingston on Thames pub history index
At Clattern Bridge in 1851 and 1867
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey.
Residents at this address.
1851/Charles Laming/../../../Post Office Directory
1855/Charles Laming/../../../Post Office Directory
1867/J Twist/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1881/John Twist/Licensed Victualler/25/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Charles Twist/Brother, Butcher/22/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Ellen Twist/Sister/19/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Elizabeth Sheet/Housekeeper, Widow/56/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Thomas Edwards/Potman/27/Gonessler Sydney/Census
1881/George Osborne/Lodger, Grain Workman, Widow/46/Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk/Census
1881/Charles Devereux/Lodger, French Polisher, Widow/55/St Lukes, Middlesex/Census
1896/John Twist/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1901/John Twist/Licensed Victualler/45/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1901/Charles Twist/Brother, Barman/42/Kingston, Surrey/Census
In 1903, the Jolly Butchers, High street is fully licensed by John Twist and owned by Hodgsons Kingston Brewery Ltd, to which it is tied. It is one quarter of a mile from Spring Grove Hotel, and three quarters of a mile from Rising Sun. It sleeps 2 persons.
1913/Henry Longhurst/../../../Kelly’s Directory