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Crown, Ipswich Road, Ardleigh C07 7QR

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Crown, Ipswich Road, Ardleigh

Crown, Ipswich Road, Ardleigh

Kindly provided by Peter Wonnacott

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1839/Mark Scott/../../../Pigot's

1841/Mark Scott/Publican/30/Essex/Census ****
1841/Eliza Scott/../25/Essex/Census
1841/Robert Scott/../8/Essex/Census
1841/John Scott/../5/Essex/Census
1841/Mark Scott/../2 months/Essex/Census
1841/Caroline Spurgeon/Female Servant/15/Essex/Census
1841/Eliza Nichols/Female Servant/14/Essex/Census
1841/Elijah Nevard/Male Servant/15/Essex/Census
1841/Samuel Ong/Male Servant/15/Essex/Census
1841/Not known/../Above 20/../Census
1841/Not known/../Above 20/../Census
1841/Not known/../Above 20/../Census
1841/John Smith/Farmer/40/../Census
1841/John Turner/Male sERVANT/50/../Census
1841/William Watkin/Male Servant/25/../Census
1841/Joseph Matthews/Male Servant/30/../Census
1841/Not known/Male Servant/Above 20/../Census
1841/Not known/Male Servant/Above 20/../Census

1845/Mark Scott/../../../Post Office
1845/William Scott/../../../Post Office

1848/Elisha Ladbrook/../../../White's

1851/Elisha Ladbrook/Wheelwright/../../Post Office

1851/Elisha Ladbrook/innkeeper, farmer (12 acres/2 men/2 boys/34/Mount Bures, Essex/Census **
1851/Rebecca Ladbrook/wife/33/West Bergholt, Essex/Census **
1851/Emily Ladbrook/daughter/11/West Bergholt, Essex/Census **
1851/John Gilbert/servant, ag lab/22/Ringshall, Suffolk/Census **
1851/James Bowell/servant, wheelwright/22/Great Bromley, Essex/Census **
1851/Henry Bush/lodger, ag lab/48/Ardleigh, Essex/Census **
1851/Daniel Cant/servant, carpenter/54/Bures, Suffolk/Census **

1852/E. Ladbrook/../../../Kelly's*

1855/E. Ladbrook/../../../Kelly's*

1862/James Barber/../../../Kelly's

William Clark whom you have as licensee of the Crown, Ardleigh, Essex, between 1867 and 1871, became licensee of the Royal Mortar, Colchester, some time after September 1870. The Eastern Standard for Sept 9 and 16 records Messrs Osborne, porter merchants, applying to have the licence which had been suspended because of the pub’s bad reputation, renewed, and given to Clark. A descendant claims that in 1871 he was licensee of the Earl of Derby, St Botolph’s, Colchester, which may be another name for the Royal Mortar. He was at the Bell Inn, Braughing at least between 1856 and 1861. ***

1867/William Clark/../../../Post Office

1870/William Clark/../../../Kelly's

1871/William Clark/../../../Post Office

1871/Robert Keeble/Publican & Farmer 10 acres/31/Feering, Essex/Census ****
1871/Sarah Keeble/Wife/29/Acton, Suffolk/Census

1874/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1878/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1881/Robert Keeble/Publican/41/Feering, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Keeble/Wife/39/Acton, Suffolk/Census
1881/Annie M. Keeble/Daughter/9/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1881/Kate Keeble/Daughter/7/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Keeble/Daughter/5/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1881/Elizabeth Keeble/Mother/74/Feering, Essex/Census
1881/Robert W. Newman/Nephew, Grocer's Assistant/19/Feering, Essex/Census

1882/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1886/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1890/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1891/Robert Keeble/Publican/52/Feering, Essex/Census
1891/Sarah Keeble/Wife/50/Acton, Suffolk/Census
1891/Annie Keeble/Daughter/19/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1891/Kate Keeble/Daughter/17/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1891/Emma Keeble/Daughter/15/Ardleigh, Essex/Census

1894/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1895/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1898/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1899/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1902/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1906/Robert Keeble/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1908/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1910/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1911/Robert Keeble/Publican, Widow/72/Feering, Essex/Census ****
1911/Annie Mary Keeble/Daughter, Housekeeper/39/Ardleigh, Essex/Census
1911/Emma Keeble/Daughter, Assistant/35/Ardleigh, Essex/Census

1912/Robert Keeble/../../../Kelly's

1914/William Albon/../../../Kelly's

1917/William Albon/../../../Kelly's

1922/William Albon/../../../Kelly's

1925/Mrs. Florence Albon/../../../Kelly's

1929/William George Albon/../../../Kelly's

1933/Christopher Whytehead/../../../Kelly's

1937/Stanley Thomas Blake/../../../Kelly's

1988/R G Willis esq/../../../Watney Truman Trader List *+

*+ Provided By Alex Wilkinson

* Provided by the Pubs, Inns and Taverns Index for England, 1801-1900

** Provided by John Mead

*** Provided By Charles Gordon Clark

**** Provided by Kevan & Ardleigh's Past

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