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Cricketers Inn, Rowtown 1870-1892

Cricketers Row Town:Licensed before 1869, this was a one time a combined business of beer retailer and grocer.

Duke’s Head Station Road, Addlestone: Built at the new crossroads in 1814 and probably named after the Duke of York by the original licensee, who had been a groom to Frederick, Duke of York. It suffered a fire in 1923 and was demolished in 1995 to be replaced by houses.

The Duke's Head, Addlestone

The Duke’s Head, Addlestone

George Inn Chertsey Road, Addlestone: At one time in the centre of the original small village, the George was in existence in the reign of Elizabeth I and parts of the gabled building are over 400 years old.

Holly Tree 25 High Street, Addlestone: In existence in 1841 and suffered fires in 1897 and 1922.

Magnet 15 or 21? Station Road, Addlestone: Licensed before 1869.

Pelican Hamm Moor, Addlestone: In existence in 1867 and rebuilt in 1922.

Queen’s Arms 107 Church Road, Addlestone: In existence in 1867.

Railway Inn 54 Station Road, Addlestone: Presumably opened after the railway reached Addlestone in 1848.

Rose Coffee Tavern Station Road, Addlestone: In existence in 1882 and also know as Addlestone Coffee Tavern and the Temperence Hotel.

Royal Oak Addlestone Moor

Temperence Hotel Addlestone: See Rose Coffee Tavern

Waggon and Horses Simplemarsh Road, Addlestone: Beer was sold on the site from a building known as the Tin House. It was rebuilt about 1912.

Woburn Arms Woburn Hill, Addlestone Moor: Licensed before 1869.

Woburn Park Hotel 111 Station Road, Addlestone: Opened in 1884.