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Anchor, Holt Street, Earls Colne

The following entries are in this format:

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

1878/Charles Moss/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1881/Charles Moss/Brewer/43/Earls Colne, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Moss/Wife/47/Earls Colne, Essex/Census
1881/Jane Moss/Daughter/12/London, Middlesex/Census

1882/Charles Moss/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

My Great Grandfather, Alfred Saunders was the Landlord of the Anchor Inn in Earls Colne in 1911. *

7 Holt Street :
1901/Alfred Saunders/Inn Keeper/60/Great Tey, Essex/Census
1901/Emily Ann Saunders/Wife/57/Marks Tey, Essex/Census
1901/Kate Saunders/Daughter, Housemaid/19/Great Tey, Essex/Census
1901/Oliver Saunders/Son/12/Great Tey, Essex/Census
1901/Emma Norfolk/Sister in Law/60/Copford, Essex/Census
1901/John Milbank/Boarder, Pensioner/58/Little Bentley, Essex/Census

This is the Oliver Saunders who is the landlord of the Three Horseshoes in 1914. He was born in Great Tey in 1889, so he would have been 24 when he took over that pub in 1914. *

1902/Alfred Saunders/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's directory

Alfred's first wife, Emily Ann Norfolk died at the Anchor Inn on 15th Sept 1905. In 1908, Alfred re-married a Mary Ann Shillingford, a twice widowed lady (maiden name Tyler), which explains the difference between the 1901 and 1911 census records *

1906/Alfred Saunders/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's directory

Anchor  :
1911/Alfred Saunders/Beer House Keeper/70/Great Tey, Essex/Census *
1911/Mary Ann Saunders/Wife/69/Ridgwell, Essex/Census
1911/George Walter Bartholomew/Visitor, Railway Clerk/24/London/Census

Alfred himself died in on 31st Jan 1914. *

1937/Mark Mayhew/../../../Kelly's

Note: Premises only named in 1881, 1911 and in 1937.


* Provided by Tony Pennick

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 29-Jan-2020 15:44:26 GMT