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Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of Outwood, Redhill, Surrey

Outwood is listed as part of Bletchingley in latter part of its 1881 and 1891 census, certainly in the case of the Bell Inn.

In 1867, we have J Quickenden, at the Bell, Outwood, Bletchingley, Redhill

1881/Caroline Quickenden/Licensed Victualler, Widow/44/Godstone, Surrey/Census
1881/Minnie Wallis/Niece/15/Godstone, Surrey/Census
1881/Alice Maynard/Domestic Servant/17/Horne, Surrey/Census

In 1891, Caroline Quickenden is the licensed victualler at the Bell Inn. She is a 44 year old widow, born in Godestone, Surrey.
Her niece, Minnie Wallis, aged 15 is living here and also born in Godstone, as is Alice Maynard, a servant aged 17, born in Horne, Surrey.
In 1891, we have William Fillery, at the Prince of Wales, Outwood, Redhill; this is part of the 1891 census for Burstow parish.
William Fillery is a 62 year old publican, born in Hartfield, Sussex; and his wife is Harriet Fillery, aged 60, born in Ashburnham, in Sussex

In 1891, we also have the Castle as part of the 1891 census for Burstow parish.
Richard Morley is the publican, aged 30. His housekeeper is a widow, and her son and daughter are also listed here.

In 1913, there are three public houses:
Frank H Drake, is at the Bell Inn
Edward Scott, is at the Prince of Wales
Henry Boxall, is at the Castle


In 1918, there are still three public houses:
Thomas Bell, is at the Bell Inn
Stanley Scott, is at the Prince of Wales
Charles Wood, is at the Castle


In 2020, the Bell Inn is at Outwood Lane, Outwood RH1 5PN
the Prince of Wales is now the Dog & Duck, Prince Of Wales Road, Outwood RH1 5QU



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