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Two Brewers, Cheshunt Street, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

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Two Brewers, Cheshunt Street, Cheshunt - circa 1905

Two Brewers, Cheshunt Street, Cheshunt - circa 1905

Kindly provided by Michael

The following entries are in this format:

Residents at this address

1838/T Munt/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt St/../../Trade Directory *

1841/Thomas Munt/Beer Shop/40/Herts/Census *
1841/Esther Munt/../9/Herts/Census
1841/Thomas Munt/../7/Herts/Census
1841/Eliza Munt/../5/Herts/Census
1841/Hannah Trennery/../30/Herts/Census
1841/Joseph Edwards/Ag Lab/40/Herts/Census
1841/Samuel Patmore/Ag Lab/20/Herts/Census
1841/James Rowley/Ag Lab/20/Herts/Census
1841/Richard Banks/../10/Herts/Census

1845/Thomas Munt/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1845/Mrs Ann Noyes/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1851/Ann Noyes/Victualler, Widow/37/Edmonton, Middx/Census *
1851/James Noyes/Son, Scholar/9/Cheshunt, Herts/Census
1851/Mary A Noyes/Dau, Scholar/8/Cheshunt, Herts/Census

1855/Noyes Ann (Mrs)/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Kelly's Directory *

[11-FEB-1856 / Marriage / John Vigus to Ann Noyes] *

[27-FEB-1858 / Hertfordshire Mercury newspaper /
"John Vigers, keeper of a beershop called the Two Brewers, in Cheshunt-street,
was brought before the Magistrates by police-constable Cumming, N 167, charged
with a violent and brutal assault on his wife, and also with assaulting
police-constable Cook in the discharge of his duty. Cumming being sworn, said
he was sent for on the Wednesday to the Two Brewers public house, and he there
saw the prisoner strike his wife very violently, and took him in custody. He
was compelled to get the assistance of Cook, and prisoner struck and kicked
Cook on the way to the station house. Police-constable Cook, N 90, corroborated
this evidence. The wife declined giving any evidence against her husband.
Fined 31. for the assault upon the constable."] - (from britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)

[2-JUL-1859 / Hertfordshire Mercury newspaper /
"Ann Vigus, the keeper of the Two Brewers beershop, Cheshunt-street, and whose
husband (John Vigus) descried her in August, applied for an order for the
protection of her property against her husband, should he at any time return.
The Magistrates made the necessary order."] - (from britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)

1859/Vigus Ann (Mrs)/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

[7-JAN-1861 / Death / Ann Vigus]

1861/Mary A Noyes/Beershop Keeper/18/Cheshunt, Herts/Census *
1861/Fanny Hale/Servant/15/Hoddesdon, Herts/Census

1862/Joseph Loynes/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1867/George Cant/The Two Brewers, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1870/George Cant/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1871/George Cant/Beerhouse Keeper/31/Gt Catworth, Hunts/Census *
1871/Caroline Skeggs/Servant, Housekeeper/16/Cheshunt, Herts/Census
1871/William Smith/Lodger, Ag Lab/57/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1871/Daniel Gale/Lodger, Ag Lab/77/Cheshunt, Herts/Census

1874/George Cant/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1878/George Cant/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1881/George Cant/Gardener/41/Gt Catworth, Hunts/Census *
1881/Agnes Cant/Wife/36/Scotland/Census
1881/Charles Cant/Son, Scholar/8/Cheshunt, Herts/Census
1881/Annie Cant/Daur, Scholar/6/Cheshunt, Herts/Census
1881/Joseph Prime/Lodger, Gardener/29/Hendon, Middx/Census
1881/William East/Lodger, General Laborer/69/Godmanchester, Hunts/Census

1882/George Cant/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1886/George Cant/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1890/Charles Cleaver/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1891/Charles Cleaver/Gardener & Beer House Keeper/48/Eustone, Oxon/Census
1891/Rhoda Cleaver/Wife/43/City, Oxford/Census
1891/Edmond Tottingham/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer, Widow/55/Braffin, Herts/Census
1891/James Colindale/Lodger, General Labourer, Widow/68/Buntingford, Herts/Census
1891/Edward Liddell/Lodger, General Labourer/32/Plymouth, Devon/Census

1895/Charles Cleaver/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1898/Charles Cleaver/Beer Retailer, Cheshunt Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1901/Edward A Harvey/Labourer in Nursery/35/Newport, Essex/Census *
1901/Alice Harvey/Wife/30/Great Easton, Essex/Census
1901/Albert E Harvey/Son/7/Highbury, London/Census
1901/Irene Keys/Visitor/9m/Kingsland, London/Census
1901/Alfred Lilley/Lodger, Nursery Labourer/33/Bishops Stortford, Herts/Census
1901/Frederick Butler/Lodger, Nursery Labourer/25/Norwich, Norfolk/Census

1902/Edward Albert Harvey/Beer Retailer, 181 High Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1906/Edward Albert Harvey/Beer Retailer, 181 High Street/../../Post Office Directory *

1908/Daniel Detheridge/Beer Retailer, 181 High Street/../../Post Office Directory *


* Provided By Michael

** Provided By Stephen Harris

And Last updated on: Tuesday, 27-Oct-2020 17:36:42 GMT