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Magpie, Great Warley

Great Warley pub history index

The Magpie is renamed the Headly Arms or Headley Arms by 1846 *

The following entries are in this format:

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

May 1834/../Sale catalogue of timbers etc, can be viewed at the Magpie, Warley/../../Essex Standard

February 1837/Thomas Hammond/Death by apoplexy, of the Magpie Inn, Warley/../../Essex Standard

September 1837/Mr Hammond/Sale catalogue of timbers etc, can be viewed at the Magpie, Warley/../../Essex Standard

January 1839/../Meeting of the Brentwood Branch of  the Chelmsford Provident Society/../../Chelmsford Chronicle *

January 1839/Mrs Sarah Hammond/Carpenter, Great Warley, Deceased, Estate to John Hammond/../../Chelmsford Chronicle *

1841/John Hammond/Carpenter/25/Essex/Census *
1841/Eliza Hammond/../25/Essex/Census
1841/Elizabeth Hammond/../20/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Hammond/../20/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Smith/Female Servant/15/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Bone/Female Servant/50/Essex/Census

June 1841/Mr Hammond/Sale catalogue of timbers etc, can be viewed at the Magpie, Warley/../../Essex Standard

1845/John Hammond/Builder/../../Post Office

The Magpie is renamed the Headly Arms or Headley Arms by 1846


* Provided by Ian Miles

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