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Gaiety, 23 Mersea Road, Colchester

This pub was established as the Sir Colin Campbell by around 1860 and was renamed the Gaiety in around 1896. It closed in 1963. The premises are now in private residential use. **

Colchester pub history index

Gaiety, 23 Mersea Road, Colchester - in May 2010

Gaiety, 23 Mersea Road, Colchester - in May 2010

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address

1894/James P. Gill/../../../Kelly's

1895/James P. Gill/../../../Kelly's

1898/Samuel Symons/../../../Kelly's

1899/Samuel Symons/../../../Kelly's

1901/George A Lee/Licensed Victualler/29/Colchester, Essex/Census
1901/Elizabeth Lee/Wife/28/Naughton, Suffolk/Census
1901/Alice L Lee/Daughter/5/Colchester, Essex/Census
1901/George A Lee/Son/4/Colchester, Essex/Census
1901/Rosa Lee/Daughter/2/Colchester, Essex/Census
1901/Rosa Staff/General Servant/18/Lakenham, Norfolk/Census

1902/George Albert Lee/../../../Kelly's

1908/Arthur Bantin/../../../Kelly's

1912/Arthur Borley/../../../Kelly's

1914/Albert Edward Compton/../../../Kelly’s Directory ***

1917/Albert Edward Compton/../../../Kelly's

1933/Cyril Burmby/../../../Kelly's

1937/Herbert Noel Wilton/../../../Kelly's


** Provided by Stephen Harris

*** Information kindly provided by Jess Jephcott at http://www.camulos.com

 

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