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Coach & Horses, 36 Chapel Street, Billericay CM12 9LU

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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.

This is the same pub as the Crown Tap, which is also listed separately under Billericay. I have seen two theories of the Crown Tap's origin, one suggesting that it was established in 1817, the other that it was present in the 18th century. It appears to have been so-named because it stood to the rear of the original Crown beerhouse.
It was renamed the Coach & Horses in the 1860s and rebuilt in its present form around 1928-1935. ***

Coach & Horses, Billericay

Kindly provided by Colleen

Coach & Horses / Crown Tap, 36 Chapel Street, Billericay, Essex in May 2008

Crown Tap / Coach & Horses, 36 Chapel Street, Billericay, Essex in May 2008

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address

1867/John Thorogood/../../../Post Office

1870/John Peachey/../../../Kelly's

1871/John Peachey/../../../Post Office

1871/John Peachey/licensed victualler/65/Billericay, Essex/Census **
1871/Harriet Peachey/wife/60/Norfolk/Census
1871/Hannah B Peachey/daughter/24/Bermondsey, London/Census

1874/William Lazell/../../../Kelly's

1878/William Lazell/../../../Kelly's

1881/William Lazell/Innkeeper/66/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Lazell/Wife/66/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
1881/William Lazell/Son, Coach Painter/28/Great Burstead, Essex/Census
1881/Alice Collins/Niece/12/Laindon, Essex/Census

Note: Premises not named in 1881

1882/William Lazell/../../../Kelly's

1886/William Lazell/../../../Kelly's

1891/Thomas Read/licensed victualler/56/Bedfield, Suffolk/Census **
1891/Elizabeth Read/wife/[-1]/Brentwood, Essex/Census **
1891/Mary A Goodway/niece/[19]/Brentwood, Essex/Census **

1894/Thomas Read/../../../Kelly's

1895/Thomas Read/../../../Kelly's

1898/John Avery/../../../Kelly's

1899/John Avery/../../../Kelly's

1901/Alfred T Alderslade/Publican/28/Brentwood, Essex/Census
1901/Louisa E Alderslade/Wife/29/England/Census

1902/Alfred Thomas Alderslade/../../../Kelly's

1908/Alfred Thomas Alderslade/../../../Kelly's

1911/A T Alderslade/Publican/39/Brentwood/Census
1911/E L Alderslade/Wife/39/../Census
1911/J E Alderslade/Daughter/7/Billericay/Census

1912/Alfred Thomas Alderslade/../../../Kelly's

1917/Alfred Thomas Alderslade/../../../Kelly's

1925/Thomas Pugh/../../../Kelly's

1933/Frederick Henry Burrows/../../../Kelly's

1937/Frederick Marven/../../../Kelly's


** Supplied by John Mead

*** Supplied by Stephen Harris

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