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A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Essex. The  Essex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

This is listed as the Cock, 22 East Street in 1891 and earlier. The name is listed as The Cock in 1861/1891. The address is listed as 11 East Street in 1871. *

Duke of York, East Street, Barking  - Public Houses, Taverns & Inns in Essex, Genealogy, Trade Directories & Census + Censusology

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The following entries are in this format:

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

1861/Chas Reed/Beer Retailer/57/Quendon, Essex/Census ****
1861/Ann Elizabeth/Wife/57/Dagenham, Essex/Census
1861/Charles/Son, Bricklayers Labourer/25/Barking, Essex/Census
1861/Clara Ann/Daughter/23/Barking, Essex/Census
1861/James/Son, Bricklayers Labourer/21/Barking, Essex/Census
1861/Caroline/Daughter/12/Barking, Essex/Census
1861/Alice Charlotte/Grand Daughter/5/Barking, Essex/Census

1862/Charles Reed/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1863 / Charles Reed / beer house keeper / .. / .. / White's Directory *

1867/Charles Reed/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1871 / Charles Reed / beer retailer / .. / .. / Post Office Directory *

1871 / George Kimber / Publican / 20 / Chigwell / Census *
1871 / Jane Kimber / Wife / 18 / Marlborough, Wiltshire / Census

9/1872/George Kimber/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

22/3/1873/Jas Kimber/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

6/12/1873/Frederick Blyth/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

1874/Frederick Blythe/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1878 / Frederick Blyth / beer retailer / .. / .. / Post Office Directory *

1881 / Fredrick Blyth / Beer Seller / 43 / Hallaton, Leicestershire / Census *
1881 / William Blyth / Son, Butcher / 21 / Upton, Essex / Census
1881 / Thomas Blyth / Son / 12 / Godstone, Surrey / Census
1881 / Sarah Ann Blyth / Daughter / 10 / Upton, Essex / Census

1882 / Frederick Blyth / beer retailer / .. / .. / Kelly's Directory *

23/2/1884/Alfred James Tunnaway/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

11/7/1885/John Clark/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

1886/John Clark/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

13/7/1889/Harriet Blaisby/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

1890 / John Clark / beer retailer / .. / .. / Kelly's Directory *

1891/George Blazeby/Publican & Victualler/46/Ilford, Essex/Census
1891/Harriet Blazeby/Wife/45/Romford, Essex/Census
1891/Mary Ann Clark/Mother, Widow/87/Norfolk/Census
1891/Charlotte Blazeby/Daughter/13/Pagnel, Essex/Census
1891/George Blazeby/Son, General Labourer/15/Pagnel, Essex/Census
1891/John Bromly/Lodger, General Servant/44/Monmouth, Monmouthshire/Census
1891/Fredrick Willy/Lodger, General Labourer/28/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/Harry Reeves/Lodger, General Labourer/40/Ilford, Essex/Census
1891/Harry Easling/Lodger, General Labourer/34/Barking, Essex/Census
1891/Joseph Stock/Lodger, General Labourer/54/Sutton, Essex/Census
1891/Charles Franklin/Lodger, General Labourer/33/Maidstone, Kent/Census
1891/James Sherman/Lodger, General Labourer/40/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/Joseph Franklin/Lodger, General Labourer/40/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1891/John Bull/Lodger, General Labourer/36/Leeds, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Charles Mitchell/Lodger, General Labourer/29/Wicklow (Bray), Ireland/Census
1891/Charles Graham/Lodger, General Labourer/32/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/George Walker/Lodger, General Labourer/36/Woolwich, Kent/Census
1891/John Brown/Lodger, General Labourer/34/Durham/Census

7/11/1891/Fred Barden/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

26/11/1892/John Dawson/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

03/6/1893/William Buxton/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

10/2/1894/Alfred Titmus/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

05/1/1897/Thos Kerry/Beer Retailer/../../Petty Sessions ****

Elizabeth Jermy’s niece, Mary Ann Jermy met, and in 1895 married Thomas Branch Kerry and by 1897 they were publicans at the Duke of York in East Street, Barking. (It is believed that Mary Ann, like other relatives, came down from Norfolk to help Elizabeth in the Volunteer which may explain how she met Tom Kerry). **

Mary Ann sister, Harriet can be found at the Coopers Arms **

Their brother, Jacob Jermy can be found at the Harrow. **

1898/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1899/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1901/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Seller/32/Lewisham, London/Census
1901/Mary Kerrey/Wife/24/Norfolk/Census
1901/Lillian Kerrey/Daughter/4/Barking, Essex/Census
1901/Thomas Kerrey/Son/2/Barking, Essex/Census
1901/Annie Griffiths/Niece/14/East Ham, Essex/Census
1901/Maud Bartholomew/Domestic Servant/20/not known/Census

1902/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1906/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1908/Thomas Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1910 / Thomas Benjamin Kerry / beer retailer / .. / .. / Kelly's Directory *

1911/Thomas Brand Kerry/Beerhouse Keeper, Widow/41/Greenwich/Census ****
1911/Thomas Brand Kerry/Son/12/Barking, Essex/Census
1911/Lilian Maud Kerry/Daughter/13/Barking, Essex/Census
1911/Ada Spell/Barmaid/20/Great Yarmouth/Census
1911/Charlotte Cornell/Housekeeper/35/Upminster, Essex/Census

1912/Thomas Benjamin Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1914/Thomas Benjamin Kerrey/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1917/Thomas Benjamin Kerry/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1922/Thomas B Kerry/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

Thomas Branch Kerry died in 1924 so the publican in the 1933 Kellys Directory is almost certainly his son of the same name. **

1925/Thomas B. Kerry/Beer Retailer/../../Kelly's

1926 / Thomas B. Kerry / beer retailer / .. / .. / Kelly's Directory *

1929 / Thomas B. Kerry / .. / .. / .. / Kelly's Directory *

1933/Thomas B. Kerry/../../../Kelly's

1937/P T Lovely & H Kerry/../../../Kelly's

My maternal grandfather was Christopher Crawley. They were bombed out of the Nags Head, in Mile End either late 1943 or very early 1944. I think that they were there for most of the war. My grandparents moved in with us in Barking for a short time after the bombing and then became the tenants at the Duke of York in Barking. Sadly my grandfather died shortly afterwards from pneumonia. My grandmother, Mary aka Polly, moved from the Duke of York in the fifties to the Halfway House at Leytonstone and retired from there late 50s / early 60s. ***

Christopher Crawley of 22 East Street Barking Essex died 9 June 1945 at the Oldcgurch Hospital Romford Essex Administration Llandudno 12 March to Mary Ann Crawley widow. Effects £853 13s 6d.


* Provided by Ewan

** Provided by Linda Taylor

**** Provided by Kevan

And Last updated on: Friday, 22-Jun-2018 12:14:58 BST