Prince of Wales, 37 Eden Street , Surbiton, Surrey

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My Great Great Great Grandfather, Charles Thorley Knight (master brush maker from Wells Somerset) ran the Prince of Wales in Eden Street Kingston. He died in Kingston in 1889. *

1861/Charles Knight/Brushmaker employing 4 hands and beer house keeper/39/Wells, Somerset/Census
1861/Elizabeth Knight/Wife/32/Wells, Somerset/Census
1861/James Knight/Son/8/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1861/Elizabeth Knight/Daughter/6/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1861/_ Knight/Daughter/4/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1861/Eliza Knight/Daughter/2/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1861/Sarah Knight/Daughter/1 day/Kingston, Surrey/Census
+ Lodgers

1881/John W Allen/Beer House Keeper/56/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary M Allen/Wife/57/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/John W A Allen/Son, Machine Printer/25/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/James Lilywhite/Lodger, Ground Workman/37/Andover Lesley/Census

1891/Charles Hill/Beer House Keeper/44/New Malden, Surrey/Census
1891/Louise Hill/Wife/57/Billericay, Essex/Census
1891/Sarah Price/Mother in Law, Widow/86/Ramsden Heath, Essex/Census

1901/Helen Kent/Beer House Keeper, Widow/39/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1901/Charles Julet/Uncle, Widow/73/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1901/Dorothy Shargood/Visitor/8/Pimlico, London/Census
1901/Arthur Adams/Barman/21/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1901/Ellen Grant/General Servant/16/Kingston, Surrey/Census

In 1903, the Prince of Wales, Eden street is an On and Off licensed before 1869, and licensee is James Wood, and owned by Ashbys Staines Brewery Ltd, Staines, to which it is tied. It is 20 yards and 100 yards from nearest licensed houses.

* Provided by Amanda Kuyuate

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