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33 Kingston Street, Kingston Arms

HIstory of the Kingston Arms

Kingston Arms

Kingston Arms

1881 – 1891

Between 1881 and 1891, 33 Kingston Street is the Kingston Arms, run by James and Caroline Haslop.


By 1901, the Kingston Arms is run by John Wallis, a 50 year old Licensed Victualler from Cambridge. He is married to Jane Wallis, a 47 year old from London.


By 1911, The Kingston Arms is run by William and Alice Swann. William, aged 33, hails from Castle Camps, and is listed as a Licensed Victualler. He is married to Alice Swann, aged 32, who is listed as “Assisting in Business”.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census


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