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Unicorn / Harvesters, 91 Main Road, Romford RM2 5EL

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Unicorn, Hare Street

Unicorn, Hare Street

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The Unicorn, Hare Street - Ind Coope Wagon at the front and R A Hawkins clearly named

The Unicorn, Hare Street - Ind Coope Wagon at the front and R A Hawkins clearly named

R A Hawkins is listed in the 1911 census at the White Horse, Coxtie Green

Kindly provided by Chris Manning

Unicorn, Hare Street 2000

26th July 2000

Unicorn / Harvester, 91 Main Road, Romford  - in 2005

Unicorn / Harvester, 91 Main Road, Romford  - in 2005

The Unicorn, Hare Street

Kindly Provided by Colleen

The following entries are in this format:

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

1772-83/Richard Share/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions ****

1784-87/Ann Share/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions ****

Ann Share married John Loxley in 1787

1788/John Loxley/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions

1826/W Sweeting/../../../Pigot's

1828-9/W. Sweeting/../../../Pigot's

1832-3/William Sweeting/../../../Pigot's

1839/William Sweeting & Son/../../../Pigot's

1845/George Sweeting/../../../Post Office

1848/George Sweeting/../../../White's

1851/John Rogers/Farmer/../../Post Office

1851/James Pavitt/Inn Keeper/50/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1851/Ann Pavitt/Wife/48/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1851/James Symonds/Nephew/26/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1851/Sarah Symonds/Wife/30/Ashdon, Essex/Census

1852/John Rogers/../../../Kelly's*

1855/J. Pavitt/../../../Kelly's*

1861/James Pavitt/Innkeeper/50/Ashden, Essex/Census***
1861/Ann Pavitt/Wife/48/Ashden, Essex/Census
1861/James Symonds/Nephew/26/Ashden, Essex/Census
1861/Sarah Symonds/Nephew's Wife/30/Ashden, Essex/Census

The previous entry is incorrect - probably the 1851 entry

1861/James Pavitt/Publican/61/Barlow, Cambridge/Census *
1861/Ann Pavitt/Wife/58/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1861/James Mason/../23/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1861/Emma Marsh/Servant/19/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1861/Ann Mason/Visitor/31/Ashdon, Essex/Census
1861/William Wheel/Visitor/21/Doddinghurst, Essex/Census

1862/George Pavitt/../../../Kelly's

1863/James Pavitt/../../../White's

1867/Amos Frost/../../../Post Office

1870/Amos Frost/../../../Kelly's

1871/Amos Frost/../../../Post Office

1871/Amos Frost/Publican/46/Nayland, Suffolk/Census***
1871/Jane Frost/Wife/41/Stratford, Essex/Census
1871/Sarah Moss/Sister, Retired/46/Stratford, Essex/Census
1871/John Sherman/Ostler/40/Dunmow, Essex/Census
1871/Hannah Mashiter(?)/Visitor, Living on Charity/12/Lee, Kent/Census
1871/Peter Price/Lodger, Painter/46/Croydon, Surrey/Census

30/08/1872/Amos Frost/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1874/Amos Frost/../../../Kelly's

04/02/1875/John Pasterfield/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1878/Mrs. Ann Pasterfield/../../../Kelly's

17/10/1878/Thomas Wright/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1881/Thomas Wright/Publican/71/Nevendon, Essex/Census
1881/Ann Wright/Wife/55/Romford, Essex/Census
1881/Thomas Wright/Son, Driver/19/Nevendon, Essex/Census
1881/Henry Wright/Son, Driver/18/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Alfred Pasterfield/Son/14/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Henry Benton/Lodger, Driver/20/Writtle, Essex/Census

1882/Thomas Wright/../../../Kelly's

This pub was run for a considerable time by my Gt-Gt-Grandfather, Thomas Staines whilst my maternal Gt-Grandparents, James and Louisa Conway ran the Bell Inn, Priory Street, Colchester.  *

25/06/1885/Thomas Staines/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1886/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's

1890/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's

1891/Thomas Staines/Blacksmith & Innkeeper/52/Romford, Essex/Census**
1891/Julia Staines/Wife/53/Redgrave, Suffolk/Census
1891/Arthur Staines/Son, Assistant/21/Romford, Essex/Census
1891/William H. Staines/Son, Gardener/18/Romford, Essex/Census
1891/Emily Amelia Staines/Daughter, Mothers Help/16/Romford, Essex/Census

1891-1894/Thomas Staines/../../../Family**

1894/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's

1895/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1894-1898/Thomas Staines/../../../Family**

1898/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's

1899/Thomas Staines/../../../Kelly's Directory *+

1898-1901/Thomas Staines/../../../Family**

1901/Thomas Staines/Innkeeper & Blacksmith/62/Romford, Essex/Census***
1901/Julia Staines/Wife/63/Redgrave, Suffolk/Census
1901/Arthur Staines/Son, Assistant/31/Romford, Essex/Census
1901/William H. Staines/Son, Gardener/28/Romford, Essex/Census
1901/Emily A. Staines/Daughter, Assistant/26/Romford, Essex/Census

1902/John Milner Cooper/../../../Kelly's

1906/James Thomas Jackson/../../../Kelly's

1908/James Thomas Jackson/../../../Kelly's

1910/James Thomas Jackson/../../../Kelly's

1911/James Thomas Jackson/Licensed Victualler/37/Romford, Essex/Census *+
1911/Maud Jackson/Wife, Assisting in the Business/38/Brentwood, Essex/Census
1911/Eustace Vernon Jackson/Son, Assisting in the Business/15/Romford, Essex/Census
1911/Edith Mary Gray/General Servant Domestic/21/Upminster Common, Essex/Census
1911/John Bysouth/Potman/25/Grays, Essex/Census
1911/Ellen Eliza Gray/Servant Domestic/13/Audley Green, Essex/Census

1912/James Thomas Jackson/../../../Kelly's

1914/Alexander Douglas/../../../Kelly's

1917/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's

1922/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's

1925/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's

1929/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's

1933/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's

1937/George E. Woodley/../../../Kelly's


* Provided by the Pubs, Inns and Taverns Index for England, 1801-1900

*+ Provided by Ewan

** Provided by Ernest Staines, the great grandson of Thomas Staines. Thomas was the father of Arthur Staines who ran the Romford Arms in Romford.

*** Provided by CG

**** Provided by Mike Lucas, the great, great, great, great grandson of Richard Share

* Provided by Chris Manning, the great grandson of Thomas Staines.

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