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The 1851 census names it on the last page where an omitted person is noted. The Red House disappears in about 1851, and as can be seen from the 1794 Sun Fire Insurance record, it exists opposite Chelsea Hospital, and this is how it looks on early maps, south of the Thames, and opposite Chelsea canal on the north bank.

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1791/Alexander Osbaldeston, the Red House Battersea Surrey, victualler/../../Sun Fire Insurance - Access to Archives

1794/James Baynton, at the Red House opposite Chelsea Hospital at Battersea in Surrey, victualler/../../Sun Fire Insurance - Access to Archives

1805/John Ireson, Red House, Battersea fields/../../Holdens Directory

March 1822/John Ireson, Red House, Battersea fields/../../Access to Archives - Will

1822/Sarah Ireson, Red House, Battersea/../../Victuallers Recognizances

1822/Richard Swayne, Red House, Battersea/../../Victuallers Recognizances

1839/Charles Wright, Red House Tavern, Battersea/../../Pigots Directory

1841/Charles Wright, Red House, Battersea/../../Kellys Directory

1841/Charles Wright/Publican/50/../Census
1841/Mary Wright/../35/../Census
1841/Lydia Cope/../20/../Census
1841/Julia Oswald/Female Servant/15/../Census
1841/Susan Street/Female Servant/30/../Census
1841/Lousia Walker/Female Servant/15/../Census
1841/Richard Tizzard/Male Servant/40/Surrey/Census
1841/Joseph Hayden/Male Servant/20/../Census
1841/William Shillitoe/Male Servant/19/Surrey/Census

1842/Charles Wright, Red House, Battersea/../../Robsons Directory

1844/Charles Wright, Red House, Battersea/../../Post Office Directory

1847/Charles Wright, Red House, Battersea/../../Post Office Directory

1848/Charles Wright, Red House, Battersea/../../Post Office Directory

1851/Mrs Mary Wright, Red House, Battersea fields/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/James Ireland/BeerHouse & Public House Renting 20 acres of Meadow land/34/Plaistow, Essex/Census
1851/Emily Ireland/Daughter/15/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Ireland/Daughter/13/Southwark, Surrey/Census
1851/Mary O'Connor/Servant/22/Ireland/Census
1851/Matilda Tyrrel/Visitor/26/Ireland/Census
1851/James Tyrrel/Visitor/5 months/Westminster, Middlesex/Census
1851/Joseph Devonport/Waiter/28/Wolverhampton, Staffordshire/Census

1852/James Ireland, Red House, Battersea Fields/../../../London Post Office Directory

1853/James Ireland, Red House, Battersea Fields/../../../London Post Office Directory

1874/“On the 16th February, 1868, at No. 67, Licensed Victuallers' Asylum, Mrs. ELIZABETH SWAYNE, aged 84 years, formerly of the well known ‘Red House,” Battersea Fields, which house she and her late husband kept for ten years. The deceased in respect of a payment of five guineas to the Institution by her late husband, enjoyed a happy home for upwards of 18 years, during which time she received from the Endowment Fund £350 in weekly allowances of money, besides coals, medicine, medical advice, &c.”/../Licensed Victuallers Asylum 1874 - deaths announced

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