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Ship & Anchor, 188 High Street, Maldon

Maldon pub history index

Ship & Anchor, High Street, Maldon

16th June 2001

The following entries are in this format:

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

1769/John Edwick/Owner/../../..*

1822-3/Barnard Miles/../../../Pigot's**

1823-4/Barnard Miles/../../../Pigot's

1830/Barnard Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1832-3/Barnard Miles/../../../Pigot's

1835/Barnard Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1839/Barnard Miles/../../../Pigot's

1845/Barnard Miles/../../../Kelly's

1848/Barnard Miles/../../../White's

1850/Barnard Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1851/Barnard Miles/widower, victualler and coal merchant/63/Maldon, Essex/Census *****
1851/George Miles/son, assistant/35/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Mary Miles/daughter/31/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Eliza Miles/daughter/27/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Maria Miles/daughter/24/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Emma Kerridge/servant/16/Purleigh, Essex/Census
1851/William Reeves/lodger, Chelsea Pensioner/68/Roxwell, Essex/Census

1852/B. Miles/../../../Kelly's**

1855/Barnard Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1861/Barnard Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1862/Barnard Miles/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1865/George Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1867/George Miles/../../../Stubbings**

1870/Charles Parker/Coal Merchant/../../Kelly's

1871/Charles Parker/Coal Merchant/../../Post Office

1874/Charles Parker/Coal Merchant & Ale & Porter Stores/../../Kelly's

Note: Premises not named in 1874

1875/John Parker/../../../Stubbings**

1875/Sarah J. Woolston/../../../Stubbings**

1877/William Holmes/../../../Stubbings**

1877/John Munson/../../../Stubbings**

1878/George Dodsworth/../../../Kelly's

1879/William Pewston/../../../Stubbings**

1882-1900, Samuel Shawyer, landlord was a former Sergeant Major in the 7th Hussars, ***

My great grandfather, Samuel Shawyer, Sergenat Major, at age 66, in his masonic regalia and wearing his military medals - Distinguished Service Medal, The Indian Mutiny Medal, Indian General Service Medal, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal ++

My great grandfather, Samuel Shawyer, Sergeant Major, at age 66, in his masonic regalia and wearing his military medals - Distinguished Service Medal, The Indian Mutiny Medal, Indian General Service Medal, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal ++

Kindly provided by Bronwen Lovering

We also have a picture of the Chequers, High Street, Royston; which is linked to the family in some way, possibly through Hannah Shawyer, if anyone has any information?

1882/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Kelly's

1885/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Stubbings**

1890/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Stubbings**

1891/Samuel Shawyer/Publican/52/Bognor, Sussex/Census
1891/Emily B Shawyer/Wife/35/Longburton, Dorset/Census
1891/Samuel A W Shawyer/Son/11/Oxford, Oxfordshire/Census
1891/Maud G S Shawyer/Daughter/9/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census
1891/Albert A Shawyer/Son/7/Maldon, Essex/Census
1891/Ernest H Shawyer/Son/6/Maldon, Essex/Census
1891/Frederick N Shawyer/Son/5/Maldon, Essex/Census
1891/George E Shawyer/Son/2 months/Maldon, Essex/Census
1891/Lily G Davis/General Servant/12/Maldon, Essex/Census

1894/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Kelly's

1895/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Stubbings**

1898/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Kelly's

1900/Samuel Shawyer/../../../Stubbings**

1901/Samuel Shawyer/Publican/62/Bognor, Sussex/Census
1901/Emily Shawyer/Wife/45/Longburton, Dorset/Census
1901/Ernest Shawyer/Son, Butcher/16/Maldon, Essex/Census
1901/Frederick Shawyer/Son, Shipwright/15/Maldon, Essex/Census
1901/George Shawyer/Son/10/Maldon, Essex/Census
1901/Gordon Shawyer/Son/7/Maldon, Essex/Census
1901/Charles Shawyer/Son/2/Maldon, Essex/Census

1908/Alfred Robert Turner/../../../Kelly's

1911/Alfred Robert Turner/Publican/54/Tottenham, London/Census
1911/Emma Turner/Wife/54/Clapton, London/Census
1911/Sidney Bubb/Nephew, General Help/19/Clapton, London/Census

1912/Alfred Robert Turner/../../../Kelly's

1917/Henry A. Blowers/../../../Kelly's

1925/Harry Pudney/../../../Kelly's

1933/Francis Wallace/../../../Kelly's

I believe the Licensed Victualler of this pub, from about 1933 - 1940, was Mrs Emily Lomer; a widow, who ran it with 2 other widows - Jean Attenborough and Nora Blackman ****

F T Bradfield, licensee, died February 21st, 1966 - Black Eagle Journal +++

1988/M Arrowsmith/../../../Trumans List ****



* Provided by David Edwick

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

*** Provided by Colleen [ The Salty Shore by John Leather.]

**** Provided by Simon Askins

***** Provided by John Mead

++ Provided by Bronwen Lovering

++ Provided By Alex Wilkinson

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 18:31:40 BST