Pub history

Queen's Head, Queen Street, Southminster

Queen's Head, Queen Street, Southminster

29th May 2000

The following entries are in this format:

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

1862/James Howlett/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office

1867/James Howlett/../../../Post Office

1870/James Howlett/../../../Kelly's

1871/James Howlett/../../../Post Office

1871/James Howlett/Innkeeper & Farmer/62/Little Cornard, Suffolk/Census*
1871/Mary A. Howlett/Daughter, Housekeeper/22/Pebmarsh, Essex/Census

1874/Henry Brockis/../../../Kelly's

1878/Henry Brockis/../../../Kelly's

1881/Henry Brockis/Innkeeper/49/Mundon, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Brockis/Wife/47/Purleigh, Essex/Census
1881/Anna Brockis/Daughter, Dressmaker/21/Althorne, Essex/Census
1881/Harriet Brockis/Daughter, Dressmaker/15/Althorne, Essex/Census
1881/Herbert Brockis/Son/13/Althorne, Essex/Census
1881/Lewin Brockis/Son/11/Althorne, Essex/Census
1881/Edward Brockis/Son/9/Althorne, Essex/Census
1881/James Belsham/Brother in Law, Agricultural Labourer/51/Latchingdon, Essex/Census

1882/Henry Brockis/../../../Kelly's

1886/Henry Brockis/../../../Kelly's

1890/Henry Brockis/../../../Kelly's

1894/Samuel Creasy/../../../Kelly's

1895/Samuel Creasy/../../../Kelly's

1898/Samuel Creasey/../../../Kelly's

1899/Samuel Creasy/../../../Kelly's

1902/John Collin/../../../Kelly's

1906/John Collin/../../../Kelly's

1908/John Collin/../../../Kelly's

1910/John Collin/../../../Kelly's

1912/Arthur Anderson/../../../Kelly's

1914/Arthur Anderson/../../../Kelly's

1917/Arthur Anderson/../../../Kelly's

1922/Ernest Harold Harkett/../../../Kelly's

1925/Ernest Harold Harkett/../../../Kelly's

1929/William George Bean/../../../Kelly's

1933/Harold Banfield/../../../Kelly's

1937/George H. Whiteside/../../../Kelly's

14 September 1940/The death occurred on Tuesday at his residence, "Longcroft", Willingale Spain of Mr George Arthur Box, after a short illness. The deceased, who was in his 73rd year, had many friends in Chelmsford, where for some twelve years he held the licence of the Queens Head Inn in High Street. He left there a few years ago, and became landlord of the Queens Head at Southminster. On the death of his wife a little over a year ago he retired to Willingale Spain. Five sons and two daughters survive, Funeral today (Saturday) at Southminster at 11 am/Essex Newsman ***

1988/G Lloyd/../../../Grand Met pub listing

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