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Six Bells, Main Road, Boreham CM3 3JE

Six Bells, Boreham

18th August 1999

The following entries are in this format:

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

1870/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1871/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office

1874/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1878/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1881/Joseph Young/Gardener/60/Braintree, Essex/Census
1881/Elizabeth Young/Wife/58/Broomfield, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Young/Daughter/25/Boreham, Essex/Census
1881/Mark Young/Son, Butcher's Boy/16/Boreham, Essex/Census
1881/John Young/Lodger, Carpenter/70/Braintree, Essex/Census

1882/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1886/Joseph Young/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

Charles Shipman, who is listed in the Census of 1891 , is my wifes Great Grandfather. All eight of his children lived there before they moved to Little Baddow, Chelmsford , Essex. In 1890 you listed a Charles A. Shipman , this is the same man , whose second name was Alfred. **

The last listed child included is Percy Shipman, and is the subject of a commemorative Book to be published later this year on First World War soldiers, who originated from Little Baddow. The book will also include Alfred and Edward. Edward was my wifes grandfather. **

1890/Charles A. Shipman/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1891/Charles Shipman/Carpenter/40/Springfield, Essex/Kelly's
1891/Emily Shipman/Wife/41/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Frederick Shipman/Son, Carpenter/17/Battersea, Surrey/Census
1891/Emily F. Shipman/Daughter/14/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Elizabeth H. Shipman/Daughter/11/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Eva J. Shipman/Daughter/9/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Alfred H. Shipman/Son/7/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Beatrice M. Shipman/Daughter/5/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Edward G. Shipman/Son/2/Little Baddow, Essex/Census
1891/Percy Shipman/Son/6m/Boreham, Essex/Census

1899/Edgar Pennack/Blacksmith & Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1902/Edgar Tracey Pennick/Blacksmith & Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1937/Cornelius Donovan/../../../Kelly's

1943/Arth W Burton/../../../Kelly's

"Edgar Tracy Pennick was married first to Louise Saunders in 1886. They had a daughter, Eva, born 1887, but she had rheumatic fever and died in 1913/14, unmarried. After Louise died, Edgar Tracey married her sister, Sarah Ann in April 1902 and had 4 children, Edgar Frank Saunders (Frank); Mary Gladys; Ada Emily and Alfred Saunders (Mick - my father). Edgar Tracey went to sea as a young man and also worked at Paxman’s in Chelmsford before taking a pub, The Five Bells, at Boreham. At Boreham, he had his own blacksmith’s shop and forge and classed himself as an agricultural engineer as well as an Inn Keeper. About 1908 the family moved to Coggeshall where they kept the Yorkshire Grey Pub in Tilkey Road for 33 years. In 1939 Edgar Tracey retired and he, Sarah Ann, Eliza and Mary moved to Berkeley Cottage, further up Tilkey Road."*

Note: Premises only named in 1881, 1891 & 1937

* Provided by Tony Pennick

** Provided by David Betts

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 18:24:41 BST