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Fox & Hounds, Steeple Bumpstead

Fox & Hounds, Steeple Bumpstead

30th July 1999

The following entries are in this format:

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

1831/James Suckling/Innkeeper/../../Census
1831/James Suckling Jun./Shoemaker/../../Census
1831/John Suckling/Ropemaker/../../Census
1831/William Suckling/Ropemaker/../../Census
1831/Joseph Suckling/../../../Census
1831/Ann Suckling/../../../Census
1831/Elizabeth Suckling/../../../Census

1841/Jonathan Smee/Publican/25/Essex/Census
1841/Martha Smee/../30/Essex/Census
1841/Jonathan Smee/../2/Essex/Census
1841/Louisa Smee/../6m/Essex/Census
1841/Elizabeth Clark/Servant/15/Essex/Census

1845/Jonathan Smee/../../../Post Office

1848/Jacob Sparrow Watts/Victualler/../../White's

1851/Henry Playle/Baker/../../Post Office

1852/H. Playle/../../../Kelly's*

1855/H. Playle/../../../Kelly's*

1861/John T. Gunn/Master Tailor & Inn Keeper/53/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1861/Elizabeth Gunn/Wife/59/Hildersham, Cambs/Census
1861/Elizabeth Gunn/Daughter, Dressmaker/29/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1861/Mary Ann Gunn/Daughter, Dressmaker/22/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1861/Emma Gunn/Daughter, Dressmaker/20/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1861/John Broen/Tailors Apprentice/17/Stoke, Suffolk/Census

My indirect ancestor is John Turner Gunn who had a daughter Mary Ann Christianna Gunn who married John Cleaver in Steeple Bumpstead. John Cleaver came from Leicestershire with his family who were (Tobacco) Clay Pipe Makers and Publicans and lived in Cambridge. Their Pub was Race Horse 104 Newmarket Road in 1881 Census. ****

1862/Turner John Gunn/Tailor/../../Kelly's

1867/John Turner Gunn/Tailor/../../Post Office

1870/John Turner Gunn/Tailor/../../Kelly's

1871/John Turner Gunn/Tailor/../../Post Office

1871/John Turner Gunn/Licensed Innkeeper & Master Tailor/63/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census***
1871/Emma Gunn/Wife/50/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1871/George Gunn/Nephew, Journeyman Tailor/24/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1871/George Head/Ostler/19/Haverhill, Suffolk/Census

1874/John Turner Gunn/../../../Kelly's

1878/John Turner Gunn/../../../Kelly's

1881/John T. Gunn/Publican/73/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Gunn/Wife/57/Steeple Bumpstead, Essex/Census

1882/Mrs. Emma Gunn/../../../Kelly's

1886/Mrs. Emma Gunn/../../../Kelly's

1894/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1895/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1898/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1899/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1902/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1908/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1912/Charles Willis/Carrier/../../Kelly's

1917/Charles Willis/../../../Kelly's

1925/Charles Keatley/../../../Kelly's

1933/James W. Russell/../../../Kelly's

May 1939/Mr. L. R. Bartholomew/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions**

May 1939/Mr. E. G. Hewson/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions**


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

** Provided by Brian & Jill Fleming

*** Provided by CG

**** Provided by Vikki O'Keeffe

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