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Hampton and Hampton Wick 1911 pub history census summary

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A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.

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Hampton and Hampton Wick 1911 pub history census summary

Dis 1
Hampton Court Whitehall Hotel, Cosgrove
Jaggs Hotel, Jaggs Island, Jagg
The White Horse, High street, Adams
Dukes Head, London road, Meacock
White Hart Hotel, Church street, Huntley
The Jolly Coopers, High street, Rust
The Mitre Hotel, Hampton court, Sadler
The Cardinal Wolsey Hotel, Hampton court, Snook
Railway Inn, 108 Station road, Brown
Bell Hotel, Hampton court, Taylor
The Jolly Gardeners, Red Lion square, Steggles
The Worlds End, 88 Station road, Atterbury

Dis 2
Public House closed by compensation, Thames street
Railway Bell, Station road, F C Gourlay
Red Lion Hotel, High street, H Farebrother
Hotel, 123 Station road, H Naldrell

Dis 3, 4, 5
Rising Sun, 29 High street, Stephen Groves
Off Licence, 31 High street, Clarke
Crown & Anchor Hotel, 99 High street, Winslade
Jolly Gardeners, Uxbridge road, Galea
Kings Arms, Uxbridge road, T Keeping

Dis 6
The Star, 8 High street, Frederick W Hall
Brewery Tap, 46 High street, Samuel H Hunt
Jenny Lind, 80 High street, George King
Duke of Clarence, 147 High street, Alfred Bench
The Windmill, 80 Windmill road, Charles Foster

Hampton Wick
Dis 7
Grove Inn, High street, Uninhabited
The Swan, High street, Deacon
Kings Head, Hampton court, Johnson
Dew Drop, Hampton court, Curley
Kings Arms, Hampton court, Foale
White Horse, Old Bridge street, Willshire

Dis 8
Greyhound Hotel, Hampton court, Poulton
Queens Arms, Hampton court, Stokes
Railway Hotel, High street, Campion
Rose & Crown Hotel, High street, Ingram
Foresters Arms Beer House, High street, Newman
White Hart Hotel, High street, Dunham

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