Kingston on Thames pub history index
At West by Thames in 1851
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey.
Residents at this address.
1851/George Baldry/../../../Post Office Directory
1855/George Baldry/../../../Post Office Directory
1867/J Silver/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1878/Joseph Silver/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1881/Joseph Silver/Innkeeper/62/Upper Culham, Berkshire/Census
1881/Ann Silver/Wife/51/Tolworth, Surrey/Census
1896/Mrs Ellen Jane Hodge/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1901/Ellen J Champion/Inn Keeper/43/Bath, Somerset/Census
1901/Claudine Martin/Cousin, Bar Assistant/28/Savoie, France (British subject)/Census
1901/Edgar J Neil/Nephew, General Assistant/16/Bath, Somerset/Census
In 1903, the Ram Inn, High street is fully licensed by Ellen Jane Champion and owned by Ballards Royal Brewery Co Ltd, Brentford, to which it is tied. It is 140 yards and 35 yards from nearest licensed houses and has stabling for 5 horses.
1911/Ellen Jane Champion/Proprietor of Public House, Widow/58/Bathampton/Census
1911/Emily Jane Kelly/Barmaid/32/Egham, Surrey/Census
1911/Edith Ellen Polly Neil/Niece, Assistant/20/Hammersmith/Census
1913/Mrs Ellen Jane Champion/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1918/Arthur E Poole/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1937/Mrs Amy S Hawkins, Ram Inn, 34 High street, Kingston/../../Kelly’s Directory