Row Barge, Old Bridge Street, Kingston on Thames, Surrey

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At Thames Street in 1851

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Residents at this address.

1851/Robert Sivers/../../../Post Office Directory

1855/Robert Sivers/../../../Post Office Directory

1867/C Smith/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1878/StephenToghill/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1891/Mrs E M Toghill/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1896/Mrs Ellen Maria Toghil/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1901/Eli Emerson/Publican/50/Epworth, Lincolnshire/Census
1901/Mary A Emerson/Wife/48/Thetford, Norfolk/Census
1901/Ada Emerson/Daughter, Barmaid/17/London/Census
1901/John Emerson/Son, Barman/16/Kingston on Thames/Census
1901/Sidney Emerson/Son/6/Kingston on Thames/Census
1901/Beaty Emerson/Daughter/4/Kingston on Thames/Census
1901/A Clibbon/Boarder, Cabman/26/Epsom/Census
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In 1903, the Row Barge, Old Bridge street is fully licensed by Eli Emerson and owned by Hodgsons Kingston Brewery Ltd, to which it is tied. It is 150 yards from Crown and Thistle, 200 yards from Outrigger.It sleeps 8 persons, and has stabling for 11 horses.

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

1918/Francis Bridger/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1937/Henry White, Row Barge, Old Bridge street, Kingston/../../Kelly’s Directory

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