Kingston on Thames pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey . The Surrey listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
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1851/Richard Ensom/../../../Post Office Directory
1855/Richard Ensom/../../../Post Office Directory
1878/Richard Enson/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1881/Richard Ensome/Licensed Victualler/52/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Margaret E Ensome/Wife/42/Sundridge, Kent/Census
1881/Mary Louisa Ensome/Daughter, Dressmaker/20/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Ellen Dimcombe/Barmaid/29/Kensal New Town/Census
1881/Mary McCarni/Cook/17/Reading, Berkshire/Census
1881/Ann Bawden/Housemaid/45/St Clere, Cornwall/Census
1881/George Nobbs/Potman/25/Lowestoft, Suffolk/Census
1891/William R Pack/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1896/G H Reed/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1901/George H Reed/Licensed Victualler/54/Marylebone, London/Census
1901/Emma Reed/Wife/49/St Johns Wood, London/Census
1901/Edith J Wright/Niece/23/St Johns Wood, London/Census
1901/Amelia S Winter/Barmaid/31/Lambeth, London/Census
In 1903, the Wheatsheaf, Market place is fully licensed by James Jay and owned by Hodgsons Kingston Brewery Ltd, to which it is tied. It is 20 yards and 20 yards from nearest licensed houses.
1913/Harry William Brock/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1918/Frederick Henry Rudge James/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1937/Rt Keddie, Wheatsheaf, 29 Market place, Kingston/../../Kelly’s Directory