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Old Ship, 58 High street, Aveley RM15 4AD

Aveley pub history index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Essex. The  Essex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Also known as the Ship

Ship Hotel, Aveley

Ship Hotel, Aveley

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Old Ship, High Street, Aveley  - Public Houses, Taverns & Inns in Essex, Genealogy, Trade Directories & Census + Censusology

1999

Taken by Irene Martin

Residents at this address

1769-72/Joseph Lee/Licensee/../../Alehouse Recognizances*

1828/Sarah Wright/Licensee/../../Alehouse Recognizances**

1828-9/Sarah Wright/../../../Pigot's

1832-3/Sarah Wright/../../../Pigot's

1839/Edward Appleton/../../../Pigot's

1845/Edward Hitching/../../../Post Office

1848/Edward Thurlby Hitching/../../../White's

1851/Edward Hitching/../../../Post Office

1851/Edward Hitchen/victualler/44/Ramsden Crays, Essex/Census ***
1851/Sarah Hitchen/wife/38/Ramsden Bellhouse, Essex/Census
1851/Emily Hitchen/13/Ramsden Crays, Essex/Census
1851/Elizabeth Turner/servant/23/South Ockendon, Essex/Census
1851/James Sales/lodger, ag lab/25/Aveley, Essex/Census
1851/John Lee/lodger, ag lab/46/Berkshire/Census
1851/Thomas Wease/lodger, cordwainer/23/Wickford, Essex/Census
1851/William Skilton/lodger, ag lab/18/Aveley, Essex/Census 

1855/E. T. Hitching/../../../Kelly's**

1862/Edward Thurlby Hitching/../../../Kelly's

1867/Charles Kittle/../../../Post Office

1870/Peter Blair/../../../Kelly's

1871/Peter Blair/../../../Post Office

1871/Peter Blair/Inn Keeper/30/Scotland/Census
1871/Selina Blair/Wife/46/Dagenham, Essex/Census
1871/Ann Kemp/Niece, Servant/19/Barking, Essex/Census
1871/Henrietta A Page/Niece/6/Dagenham, Essex/Census
1871/George Haight/Lodger, Ag Labourer/32/Thundersley, Essex/Census

1874/Peter Blair/../../../Kelly's

1878/George Stock/Builder & Wheelwright/../../Kelly's

1881/George Stock/Wheelwright & Publican/37/Writtle, Essex/Census
1881/Walter George Stock/Son/10/Aveley, Essex/Census
1881/James Carter/Lodger, Hostler/36/Stisted, Essex/Census
1881/James Rayner/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/45/Halstead, Essex/Census
1881/George Spackman/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/27/Aveley, Essex/Census
1881/James Hart/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/44/Aveley, Essex/Census
1881/Eliza Clark/General Domestic Servant/16/Aveley, Essex/Census

1882/George Stock/Builder, Wheelwright & Blacksmith/../../Kelly's

1886/George Stock/Builder & Wheelwright/../../Kelly's

1890/William John Patten/../../../Kelly's

1891/William J. Patten/Licensed Victualler/35/West Thurrock/Census
1891/Elizabeth Patten/Wife/36/Corringham, Essex/Census
1891/Rhoda E. Patten/Daughter/9/West Thurrock, Essex/Census
1891/Rhoda L. Patten/Sister, Barmaid/42/Little Thurrock, Essex/Census
1891/Jonathan Cook/Boarder, General Labourer/50/Great Warley, Essex/Census

1894/William Patten/../../../Kelly's

1895/William Patten/../../../Kelly's

1898/William John Patten/../../../Kelly's

1899/William John Patten/../../../Kelly's

1902/William John Patten/../../../Kelly's

1906/Richard Chapple/../../../Kelly's

1908/Richard Chapple/../../../Kelly's

1910/Richard Chapple/../../../Kelly's

1911/Walter Young/Licensed Victualler/44/London/Census ****
1911/Mary Ann Young/Wife, Licensed Victualler/43/Shenfield, Essex/Census
1911/Lina May Baldwin/Barmaid/20/Reading/Census
1911/Ethel Naves/Servant/18/Aveley, Essex/Census
1911/Maurice Ben Clarke/Servant/17/Notting Hill/Census

1912/Walter Young/../../../Kelly's

1914/Walter Young/../../../Kelly's

1917/Joseph William Connell/../../../Kelly's

1922/Charles Peel/../../../Kelly's

1925/Charles Peel/../../../Kelly's

1929/Charles Peel/../../../Kelly's

1933/Charles Peel/../../../Kelly's

1937/Charles Peel/../../../Kelly's

My mother, Lilian Beatrice Ethel Gough (nee Rush), was born in 1919 at the Stack Rock, Allen Road, Stoke Newington. pub.
It was owned by my grandmother, Lilian Maud Rush (nee Sayers), who I recall well and fondly from my & her days at “The Old Ship”, Aveley Essex; during and after WW II. In 1928 my grandparents took the “Cowley Arms” pub, at 483 High Road, Leytonstone where I was born in 1934. Here my Dad, Peter Francis Gough got his first job after emigrating from Drogheda, Ireland. He was employed as barman by my grandparents, Lilian & Arthur Rush and met their daughter, Lilian Beatrice Rush, my Mother. They them moved on to the New Mill, Romford from about 1937; before taking on the Old Ship at Aveley at the beginning of the war. *


* Provided by Karina from the UK

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

*** Provided by John Mead

**** Provided by Peter Gough

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