Kingston on Thames pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey .
Residents at this address.
1881/John Edwards/Beer Retailer/54/Twyford, Hampshire/Census
1881/Mary Edwards/Wife/48/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1881/Hannah M Shears/Niece, Barmaid/23/South Bruton Mews WC/Census
1881/Frederick V Shears/Nephew/13/South Bruton Mews WC/Census
1881/Charles H Owen/Lodger, Butcher/19/Bedfordahire/Census
1891/Mary Edwards/Publican, Widow/59/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1891/Hannah Shears/Niece/33/Bruton Mews, London/Census
1891/Frederick V Shears/Nephew, Watchmaker/23/Bruton Mews, London/Census
1891/Emma L Shears/Niece/21/Bruton Mews, London/Census
1901/Mary Edwards/Publican, Widow/68/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1901/Mary Shears/Niece, Barmaid/42/St Georges, London/Census
1901/Frederick shears/Nephew, Watchmaker/33/St Georges, London/Census
In 1903, the White Horse, London road is an On and Off licensed before 1869, and licensee is Frederick Velntine Shears, and owned by Ashbys Staines Brewery Ltd, Staines, to which it is tied. It is 150 yards and 200 yards from nearest licensed houses.
1906/Frederick Valentine Shears, 166 London Road/../../Electoral register
1913/Frederick Valentine Shears/../../../Kelly’s Directory
1918/Frederick Valentine Shears/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly’s Directory
1937/White Horse, 164 & 166 London road, Kingston/../../Kelly’s Directory