Oyster Smack, Station Road, Burnham on Crouch

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Oyster Smack Hotel, Burnham

Oyster Smack Hotel, Burnham

Kindly provided by Colleen

Oyster Smack, Station Road, Burnham on Crouch

9th October 1999

Known Residents

The following entries are in this format:

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

1867/Isaiah Rice/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office

Note: Premises not named in 1867

1870/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1871/Isaiah Rice/../../../Post Office

1874/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1878/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1881/Isaiah Rice/Mariner & Innkeeper/64/Tollesbury, Essex/Census
1881/Mary A. Rice/Wife/60/Burnham, Essex/Census
1881/Thomas Rice/Son, Carpenter/18/Burnham, Essex/Census
1881/Mary A. Rice/Daughter/22/Burnham, Essex/Census

Note: Premises not named in 1881

1882/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1886/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1890/Isaiah Rice/../../../Kelly's

1894/Samuel Cooch/../../../Kelly's

1895/Samuel Cooch/../../../Kelly's

1898/Alfred Walesby/../../../Kelly's

1899/Alfred Walesby/../../../Kelly's

1902/Alfred Walesby/../../../Kelly's

My great-great-grandmother Susan Bruley, born in Hoxton in 1839, was the Publican in 1901 at 2 Kingslake Street, Southwark St George. Susan's age is given as 41, which is out by 20 years. By 1906 she was running the Oyster Smack in Burnham on Crouch, Essex. **

1906/Mrs. Susan Bruley/../../../Kelly's

1908/James Thomas Minett/../../../Kelly's

1910/James Thomas Minett/../../../Kelly's

1912/Arthur Turpin/../../../Kelly's

1914/Mrs. Susan Bruley/../../../Kelly's

1917/Mrs. Susan Bruley/../../../Kelly's

1922/Charles Reuben Smith/../../../Kelly's

1925/Charles Reuben Smith/../../../Kelly's

1929/Frederick W. Blott/../../../Kelly's

1933/John Barber/../../../Kelly's

1937/George William Arthur Anderson/../../../Kelly's

Mr G J Rumsey, licensee of the Rose & Crown, Writtle, for 41 years, and well known for his activities in many local affairs, is retiring and intends to live at Woking. He is succeeded by Graham Roe, of the Oyster Snack, Burnham on Crouch. ***

1949/Graham Roe/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

1953/W A Pearce/../../../Black Eagle Journal ***

** Provided Ros Jones

*** Provided by Alex Wilkinson

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