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Bush Fair House, Latton

Archery Rooms, Bush Fair Common, Harlow

Archery Rooms, Bush Fair Common, Harlow

Kindly provided by Robert Sear

According to British History Online , the archery ground adjoined the Assembly Rooms, originally a tea booth, built before 1778 and enlarged in the 1820's. The building had fallen into disuse by 1896, ad demolished in the 1930's.

Known Residents

The following entries are in this format:

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

1832-3/Mary Skinger/Keeper of the Assembly Rooms & West Essex Archers' Society House /../../Pigot's

1839/Thomas Houghton/Keeper of the Assembly Rooms & West Essex Archery House /../../Pigot's

1840/Thomas Houghton/../../../Pigot's*

1845/Thomas Houghton/../../../Post Office

1848/Thomas Houghton/Victualler/../../White's

1851/Thomas Houghton/../../../Post Office

1852/T. Houghton/../../../Kelly's*

1862/Thomas Houghton/../../../Post Office

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

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