Duke of Cambridge, Kingston Vale, Putney

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Duke of Cambridge, Kingston Vale SW15

Duke of Cambridge, Kingston Vale SW15

Kindly provided by Deborah Haynes

Residents at this address

1891/Francis Hale/Beer Retailer/38/Perbrook Park, Hampshire/Census
1891/Annie Hale/Wife, Assistant/40/Humberstone, Leicester/Census
1891/Florence Hale/Daughter/15/Humberstone, Leicester/Census
1891/Horace Hale/Son/12/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/Albert Hale/Son/5/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/William Neasham/Visitor, Publican/45/Wormster, Wiltshire/Census

1901/James Barden/Proprietor/54/Marden, Kent/Census
1901/Ellen Barden/Wife/46/City of London/Census
1901/Ethel Barden/Daughter/13/Fulham, London/Census
1901/Walter Barden/Son, gardener/14/Weston super Mare, Somerset/Census
1901/Lilian Barden/Daughter/7/Putney, Surrey/Census

James Barden is at the Oak, Woodham Mortimer, in Essex by the 1911 census.

1913/Isaac Beck/.. /../../Post Office Directory

1918/Isaac Beck/.. /../../Post Office Directory

My grandfather, Edward Brown is listed at the Three Compasses, Rotherhithe  in 1937 and left in 1948 where he then took the tenancy for  The Railway Tavern (Charlie Browns), in Limehouse from 1948 - 1955. Both my grandparents, Edward and Hilda Brown were the licensees. From 1956 to 1972 they were licensees at The Duke of Cambridge, Kingston Vale, SW15. *

1956 - 1972/Edward and Hilda Brown/../../../Personal history *

* Provided By Deborah Haynes


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