Queens Arms, 52 Canbury Passage, Kingston on Thames, Surrey

Kingston on Thames pub history index

Earlier address is at Canbury Fields.

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Residents at this address.

1855/Thomas Paine/Queens Arms, Canbury Field/../../Post Office Directory

1881/Thomas Hunt/Licenced Victualler/44/Chippenham, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Mary Hunt/Wife/39/Barkway, Hertford/Census
1881/Thomas Hunt/Son/11/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Florence Hunt/Daughter/10/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Amelia Hunt/Daughter/8/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Edwin Hunt/Son/2/Kingston, Surrey/Census
+ Lodgers

1901/Ernest Thurley/Publican/37/Chiswick, Middlesex/Census
1901/Lizzie Thurley/Wife/36/Chiswick, Middlesex/Census
1901/William Thurley/Son/11/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1901/Fred Thurley/Son/9/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1901/Rose Thurley/Daughter/7/Pirton, Hertfordshire/Census
1901/Annie Thurley/Daughter/6/Pirton, Hertfordshire/Census
1901/Helen Thurley/Daughter/3/Pirton, Hertfordshire/Census
1901/Alice Thurley/Daughter/9 months/Pirton, Hertfordshire/Census

In 1903, the Queens Arms, Canbury passage is fully licensed by William John Webb and owned by the Isleworth Brewery Co Ltd, Isleworth, to which it is tied. It is 65 yards from Jolly Brewers, 300 yards from Three Fishes.

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