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Thames Ditton pub history index
The Swan is next to Farleigh in both 1881 and 1891 census; early address puts it in Claygate
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Surrey.
Residents at this address
1878/Edward Smith, Swan, Claygate, Esher
1881/Edwin Smith/Licensed Victualler/50/Esher, Surrey/Census
1881/Jane Smith/Wife/52/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1891/Eli Drewett, Swan, Hare lane, Esher
1891/Eli Drewett/Licensed Victualler/50/Hannington, Hampshire/Census
1891/Pheobe Drewett/Wife/51/Claygate, Surrey/Census
1891/Ada Drewett/Daughter/16/Walton, Surrey/Census
1891/William Drewett/Son, Servant/14/Walton, Surrey/Census
1891/Percy Drewett/Son/12/Walton, Surrey/Census
1891/Minnie Drewett/Daughter/10/Walton, Surrey/Census
1901/Harry W Frewin/Licensed Victualler/34/Claygate, Surrey/Census
1901/Mary L Frewin/Wife/31/Surbiton, Surrey/Census
1901/Fanny F Frewin/Daughter/5/Surbiton, Surrey/Census
1901/William J Frewin/Son/4/Surbiton, Surrey/Census
1901/Lizzie E Frewin/Daughter/1/Surbiton, Surrey/Census
1901/Ellen E Smith/Visitor/12/Brighton, Sussex/Census
The 1903 Petty Sessions list the Swan, with owner William Farnell Watson, Isleworth, and licensee, Harry Frewen