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Railway Inn, 54 Station Road, Addlestone, Surrey

Addlestone pub history index

At 37 Weybridge road in the 1871 census

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Residents at this address

1861/John Sharp/Beer Retailer/70/Henley, Oxfordshire/Census
1861/Sally Sharp/Wife/70/Great Bardfield, Essex/Census
1861/Joseph Stevens/Lodger, Carter S W Railway/34/Devizes, Wiltshire/Census
1861/John Hawking/Lodger, Labourer Gardener/29/Chippenham, Oxfordshire/Census

1871/Frederick Chapman/Licensed Victualler/34/St Giles, Middlesex/Census
1871/Mary A Chapman/Wife/36/St Pancras, Middlesex/Census
1871/Emily M Chapman/Daughter/6/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1871/Frederick J Chapman Chapman/Son/4/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1871/Elizabeth A Chapman/Daughter/6 months/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1871/Rosina Harding/Domestic Servant/17/Chobham, Surrey/Census
1871/Sarah Chesserhan/Nurse/14/Chobham, Surrey/Census

1878/Frederick Brown Chapman/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory

1881/Frederick B Chapman/Licensed Victualler/44/St Giles, London/Census
1881/Mary Ann Chapman/Wife/46/St Pamcras/Census
1881/Frederick J Chapman/Son/14/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1881/Elizabeth A Chapman/Daughter/12/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1881/Clara A Chapman/Daughter/10/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1881/Marie F Chapman/Daughter/6/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1881/Alice Hopkins/Domestic Servant/21/Woking/Census

1891/William Taylor/Publican/55/Whetstone, Middlesex/Census
1891/Sarah Taylor/Wife/65/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census

The February 1892 Petty sessions lists the Railway Inn, Addlestone. William Taylor is the current licensee; and it is 250 yards from Woburn Park Hotel, alehouse

1901/William H West/Licensed Victualler/43/Higham on Hill, Hinckley, Leicestershire/Census
1901/Sarah A West/Wife/46/Brockhampton Ross, herefordshire/Census
1901/Beatrice G G West/Daughter/22/Guildford, Surrey/Census
1901/Walter H West/Son, Telegraph Clerk Post Office/17/Horsmonden, Kent/Census
1901/Arthur West/Son/15/Swanmore, Hampshire/Census
1901/Reginald West/Son, Apprenrice Grocer/13/Swanmore, Hampshire/Census
1901/Amy West/Daughter/11/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1901/Mildred A West/Daughter/9/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1901/Francis J West/Son/8/Byfleet, Surrey/Census
1901/Wilfred West/Son/7/Byfleet, Surrey/Census

The 1903 Petty sessions lists the Railway Inn, Addlestone, Walter James Francis is the current licensee; and it is 264 yards from Woburn Hotel, 441 yards from the Magnet, with 2 rooms and stabling for 5 horses

1911/William James Francis/Publican/36/Byfleet, Surrey/Census
1911/Alice Priscilla Francis/Wife/33/London/Census
1911/William George Francis/Son/8/Addlestone/Census
1911/James David Francis/Son/5/Addlestone/Census
1911/Frederick Bush/Nephew, Clerk/21/Addlestone/Census
1911/Rubbin Steer/Potman/26/Addlestone/Census
1911/Helen Elizabeth Fielding/Visitor, Dressmaler, Widow/42/London/Census

1918/William Jas Francis/.. /../../Kelly’s Directory

1937/John Harvey Napper,Railway Inn,  60 Station road, Addlestone, Weybridge/../..//Kellys Directory


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