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Lincoln Arms, 104 Thames Street, Weybridge, Surrey

This pub may in the 18th century have been known as the Anchor. In 1840 it was referred to as the Earl of Lincoln Arms & Anchor. It was renamed the Minnow in 2000. **

Lincoln Arms, 104 Thames Street- in July 2010

Lincoln Arms, 104 Thames Street- in July 2010

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Residents at this address

1826/George Dodd/Lincoln Arms/../../Petty Sessions

1832/Robert Dix / Licensed Victualler & Sadler and Harness Maker & Dairyman /../../London Gazette, 13 March 1832 **

1840/William Lewis Harris/../../../Court Rolls of Manor of Shepperton, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1855/Richard Harris/Lincoln Arms/../../Post Office Directory **

1866/Richard Harris / Occupier /../../London Gazette, 27 April 1866 **

1878/Mrs Harris/../../../Post Office Directory of Surrey **

1881/Charlotte Harris / Licensed Victualler, widow /../../Records of Gregory, Rowcliffe & Co./../../../Solicitors **, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1881/Charlotte Harris/Licensed Victueller, Widow/53/Addlestone, Surrey/Census
1881/William Harris/Son, Fly Proprietor/23/Byfleet, Surrey/Census
1881/Charlotte Jather/Mother, Widow/79/Dartford, Kent/Census
1881/Elizabeth Golding/Domestic Servant/15/Shepperton, Middlesex/Census

1881/William Harris / Licensed Victualler /../../Records of Gregory, Rowcliffe & Co./../../../Solicitors **, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1891/Mrs Anne Hadley-Davis/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1891/Anne Hadley Davis/Hotel Keeper, Widow/34/Ponteypool, Monmouth/Census
1891/Emma Irene Ham/Barmaid/25/Kingston, Jamaica/Census
1891/Lucy Hough/Waitress/23/Linley, Shropshire/Census
1891/Minnie Earl/Cook/34/Limerick, Ireland/Census
1891/Bessie Baker/Housemaid/17/Buckland, Berkshire/Census

The February 1892 Petty sessions lists the Lincolns Arms, Thames street. Harriet A Dairs is the current licensee; Hotel accommodation, Good stabling, it is 100 yards from Old Crown, alehouse

1901/William Harris / Licensed Victualler /../../Records of Gregory, Rowcliffe & Co./../../../Solicitors **, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1902/Harriett Ann Hadley Davis / Licensed Victualler /../../Records of Gregory, Rowcliffe & Co./../../../Solicitors **, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1902/William Harris / Boatbuilder /../../Records of Gregory, Rowcliffe & Co./../../../Solicitors **, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

The 1903 Petty sessions lists the Lincoln Arms, Thames Street, James MacConnell is the current licensee; 120 yards from Old Crown, 570 yards from Kings Arms, with 10 rooms and stabling for 8 horses

1913/Fernand Guellerin/../../../Kelly’s Directory of Surrey **

1918/Richard Fox-Warner/../../../Kelly’s Directory of Surrey


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