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Railway Tavern, Swan Street & High Street, Kelvedon

Possibly the Swan before 1870

Kelvedon pub history index

Railway Tavern, Swan Street & High Street, Kelvedon


Taken by Dawn in Kelvedon

Railway Tavern, Swan Street & High Street, Kelvedon

May 2001

Taken by Ian Wolstencroft

Known Residents

The following entries are in this format:

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

1870/John Revett/../../../Kelly's

1871/John Revett/../../../Post Office

1871/Thomas Hatch/Publican/34/Limehouse, Middlesex/Census ****
1871/Frances Hatch/Wife/34/Swanscombe, Kent/Census
1871/Thomas Hatch/Son/7/Chatham, Kent/Census
1871/Catherine Hatch/Daughter/1/Luton, Bedfordshire/Census
1871/George Hatch/Son/1 day/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1871/George S Nott/Lodger, Surgeon not practising/74/../Census
1871/Ellen Fisher/Servant/15/Tiptree, Essex/Census

1874/Francis Jordan/../../../Kelly's

1878/William Thorndike/../../../Kelly's

1881/Richard Rowell/Licensed Victualler/33/Peterborough, Northampton/Census
1881/Matilda M. Rowell/Wife/30/Wattesfield, Suffolk/Census
1881/Ann Sill/Mother in Law, Annuitant/53/Poplar, Midlesex/Census

1882/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1886/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1890/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1891/Richard Rowell/Publican/40/?, Cambs/Kelly's
1891/Elizabeth R. Rowell/Wife/28/Newton, Suffolk/Census
1891/Alfred Hayward/Servant/19/Coggeshall, Essex/Census
1891/Richard D. Rowell/Son/3m/Kelvedon, Essex/Census

1894/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1895/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1898/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1899/Richard Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1901/Richard Rowell/Inn Keeper/52/Peterborough, Northampton/Census ****
1901/Elizabeth Rowell/Wife/35/Newton, Suffolk/Census
1901/Richard R Rowell/Son/10/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1901/Sidnie J Rowell/Son/9/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1901/Florence A Rowell/Daughter/8/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1901/Stanley Victor Rowell/Son/6/Kelvedon, Essex/Census
1901/Elizabeth Metacer/General Servant/19/Scotland/Census

1902/Mrs. Rose Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1906/Mrs. Rose Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1908/Mrs. Rose Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1910/Mrs. Rose Rowell/../../../Kelly's

1911/Alfred Church/Publican/47/Coggleshall/Census ****
1911/Cecilia Fanny Church/Wife, Assistant/40/Middlesex/Census
1911/Cecilia Church/Daughter, Assistant/18/Tower Hamlet/Census
1911/Alfred Thomas Church/Son, Assistant/17/Surrey/Census
1911/Alice Beatrice Jessie Church/Daughter/7/City/Census
1911/Emily Flora Harrison/Sister, Assistant/37/Middlesex/Census

1912/Alfred Church/../../../Kelly's

1914/Joseph William Scarff/../../../Kelly's

1917/Joseph William Scarff/../../../Kelly's

1922/Joseph William Scarff/../../../Kelly's

1925/William John Scarff/../../../Kelly's

1929/Alexander Epps/../../../Kelly's

1933/Alexander Epps/../../../Kelly's
1933/Samuel Richard Moseley/../../../Kelly's

1937/Samuel Richard Moseley/../../../Kelly's

My parents (Thomas and Catherine Begley) were licensees at the following pubs. Cob Tree, Ightham, in Kent July 1927 - July 1932...... this is now a day nursery. The Freemasons Tavern, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington (1932-1937) - now demolished. The Goldsmiths Arms, Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark (1937 - until my fathers death in 1940). My Mother ran the Railway Tavern, Kelvedon in Essex (1940-1945). **

1940 - 45/Thomas and Catherine Begley/../../../Personal Information **

** Provided By David Begley

**** Provided By Kevan

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 18:30:35 BST