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Moulsham Street, Chelmsford 1911 census summary

The 1911 Moulsham Street Directory and History.

Chelmsford pub index & Moulsham Street

The numbering in Moulsham Street changed sometime between 1902 and 1906, certainly for numbers of 55 and above.  It gets more difficult before 1878 when the directories no longer show numbering.

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1 Moulsham Street :
1881/George Betts/Worker In Tan Yard/57/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Betts/Wife/50/Purleigh, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah A Filby/Mother In Law, Widow/75/Witham, Essex/Census
1881/Conrad R Nicholl/Lodger, M A Schoolmaster/46/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1902 - Gimson & Martin, physicians & surgeons, 1 Moulsham Street
1906 - John Little Martin MB CM, physician & surgeon; & medical officer to the Chelmsford Joint Hospital Board, 1 Moulsham Street
1911 - 1 Moulsham Street, private, E Pearse
1943 - F Longstreth Thompson, town planing consultant
1943 - National Employers Mutual General Insurance Association Ltd (G Mitchell, branch manager)
1943 - Bodys Pharmaceutical Ltd, chemists
1943 - Pearl Assurance Co Ltd (Reginald Thos Fields, district manager)
1943 - Frank J Miles Ltd, tailors

2 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Miss Sarah Ann Pavey, berlin wool repository, Moulsham Street
1878 - Miss Sarah Ann Pavey, berlin wool repository, 2 Moulsham Street
1881/Sarah A Pavey/Fancy Repository Keeper/64/Ware, Hertford/Census
1881/William Swallow/Boarder, Auctioneers Clerk/19/Stevenage, Hertford/Census
1886 - Miss Sarah Ann Pavey, berlin wool repository, 2 Moulsham Street
1899 - Miss Kate Margaret & Edith Hasler, milliners, 2 Moulsham Street
1902 - Misses Kate Margaret & Edith Hasler, milliners, 2 Moulsham Street
1906 - Misses Kate Margaret & Edith Hasler, milliners, 2 Moulsham Street
1911 - 2 Moulsham Street, house & shop, C Hawkes
1922 - Hawkes Brothers Ltd, manufacturing confectioners, 2 & 157 Moulsham Street
1943 - Hawkes Bros Ltd, confectioners

3-4 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Emanuel Whybrow, boot & shoe maker, Moulsham Street
1874 - George South, grocer, Moulsham Street
1878 - Emanuel Whybrow, boot & shoe maker, 3 Moulsham Street
1878 - George South, grocer, 4 Moulsham Street
1881/Emmanuel Wybrow/Bootmaker (Employing 3 Men), 3 Moulsham Street/42/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Wybrow/Wife/40/Bishop Stortford, Hertford/Census
1881/Arthur Wybrow/Son/13/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Alice Wybrow/Daughter/7/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Bertie Wybrow/Son/5/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Albert E Wybrow/Son/3/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Victor E Wybrow/Son/8 months/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Alfred Everard/Grocer (Employing 1 Hand)), 4 Moulsham Street/32/Bishop Stortford, Hertford/Census
1881/James H Chilvers/Shop Boy/14/Reading, Berkshire/Census
1886 - Alfred Stock, oil & colorman, 3 Moulsham Street
1886 - Charles Orford, grocer, 4 Moulsham Street
1899 - Martin & Sons, family grocers, 19 high Street, 56 Duke Street & 3 Moulsham Street
1899 - Josiah Abraham Rankin, draper, 4 Moulsham Street
1902 - Ernest Charles Ashton & Co, oil & colour man, 3 Moulsham Street
1902 - Josiah Abraham Rankin, draper, 4 Moulsham Street
1906 - Josiah Abraham Rankin, draper, 3 & 4 Moulsham Street
1911 - 3-4 Moulsham Street, house & shop, J A Rankin
1914 - Josiah Abraham Rankin, draper, 3 Moulsham Street, & milliner 4 Moulsham Street
1922 - Josiah Abraham Rankin, draper, 3, 4 & 5 Moulsham Street
1943 - 3,4 & 5 Rankins (J A Rankins Ltd), drapers

5 Moulsham Street :
1881/Sarah A Nokes/Toy Shop Keeper, Widow/30/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Sidney F Nokes/Son/2/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Gertrude Smoothy/Visitor/4/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Benjamin Read/Lodger, Mason Improver/17/Burnham, Essex/Census
1881/Arthur Youngs/Lodger, Coach Painter /21/Hatfield Peverel, Essex/Census
1881/John Williams/Lodger, Labourer Builders/43/Kensal Green, Middlesex/Census
1886 - Mrs Mary Ann Noakes, toy dealer, 5 Moulsham Street
1899 - Albert John Church, florist, 5 Moulsham Street
1902 - Mrs Emily Church, florist, 5 Moulsham Street
1906 - Mrs Emily Church, florist, 5 Moulsham Street
1911 - 5 Moulsham Street, house & shop, H Stiles
1914 - Henry Stiles, fruiterer, 5 Moulsham Street
1922 - Henry Stiles, fruiterer, 5a Moulsham Street

6 Moulsham Street : The Cross Keys is demolished circa 1913, where the Prince regent Theatre is now.
1874 - Joseph Osborne, Cross Keys, Moulsham Street
1878 - Joseph Osborne, Cross Keys, 6 Moulsham Street
1899 - Joseph Farrow, Cross Keys, 6 Moulsham Street
1902 - Mrs Charlotte Wiblin, Cross Keys, 6 Moulsham Street
1906 - Edward John Clarkson, Cross Keys PH, 6 Moulsham Street
1911 - 6 Moulsham Street, Cross Keys, not occupied
1922 - Regent Theatre, Harry B Harris, manager, Moulsham Street
1943 - Regent Theatre (Eastern Counties Cinemas Ltd, proprietors)

7 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Robert Richards, baker, Moulsham Street
1878 - Robert Richards, baker, 7 Moulsham Street
1881/Robert Richards/Confectioner/36/Writtle, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah A Richards/Wife/37/Witham, Essex,/Census
1881/Alice M Richards/Daughter/10/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Minnie Richards/Daughter/9/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Robert H Richards/Son/8/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Emily Richards/Daughter/7/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Annie Richards/Daughter/4/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Kathleen Richards/Daughter/2/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Eugenie Richards/Daughter/9 months/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Ellen J Newcombe/Domestic Servant/15/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
1886 - Robert Richards, baker, 7 Moulsham Street
1899 - Robert Richards, baker, 7 Moulsham Street
1902 - Beriah Growcott, bazaar, 7 Moulsham Street
1906 - Beriah Growcott, bazaar, 7 Moulsham Street
1911 - 7 Moulsham Street, house & shop, B Growcott
1914 - Frank Brook Waring, tailor, 7 Moulsham Street
1922 - Oliver O Whales, draper, 6 High street & 7 Moulsham Street
1943 - Samuel Stapleton, pork butcher

8 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Samuel Turner, basket, sieve & fan maker & cooper & osier merchant & grower, 8 Moulsham Street
1878 - Samuel Turner & Son, basket maker, 8 Moulsham Street
1881/Samuel Turner/Basket Maker Etc/65/Finchingfield, Essex/Census
1881/Mary A Tirner/Wife, Domestic Servant/68/Mansfield, Kent/Census
1881/Mary A Midson/General Servant/25/Ashen, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Dawson/Housekeeper/51/Carlisle, Cumberland/Census
1886 - Samuel Turner & Son, basket maker, 8 Moulsham Street
1899 - Samuel Turner & Son, basket makers, 8 Moulsham Street
1902 - Samuel Turner & Son, basket makers, 8 Moulsham Street
1906 - Samuel Turner & Son, basket makers, 8 Moulsham Street
1911 - 8 Moulsham Street, house & shop, F B Turner
1922 - Samuel Turner & Sons, basket makers, 8 Moulsham Street
1943 - S Turner & Son, basket makers

9 Moulsham Street :
1878 - Robert Herne Bond, general draper, 9 Moulsham street
1881/Rebecca Priest/Housekeeper/55/Little Missenden, Buckingham/Census
1881/George R Thorp/Drapers Apprentice/22/Thorpe Le Soken, Essex/Census
1881/William W Attack/Drapers Apprentice/20/Old Ford Bow, Essex/Census
1881/Louisa M Taylor/Drapers Apprentice/17/Great Cornard, Suffolk/Census
1881/Charles G Darby/Drapers Apprentice/17/Ongar, Essex/Census
1886 - John George Bond, linen draper, High Street & 9 Moulsham street
1899 - John George Bond Ltd, linen drapers, High Street, Duke Street & 9 Moulsham Street
1902 - John George Bond Ltd, general drapers & complete house furnishers .... & 9 & 181 Moulsham Street
1906 - John George Bond Ltd, general drapers & complete house furnishers .... & 9 & 219 Moulsham Street
1911 - 9 Moulsham Street, house & shop, Kate Tompkins
1914 - J G Bond Ltd, general drapers, gentlemans hosiers & complete house furnishers .... & 9 & 219 Moulsham Street
1922 - J G Bond Ltd, general drapers, gentlemans hosiers & complete house furnishers .... & 9 & 219 Moulsham Street
1943 - Sanders Bros (Stores) Ltd, grocers

Old White Hart, 10 Moulsham Street :
1878 - James Loveday, White Hart, 10 Moulsham Street
1886 - Thos Puncher Beckett, Old White Hart, 10 Moulsham Street
1899 - Mrs Caroline Anne Keane, Old White hart, 10 Moulsham Street
1902 - Alfred Craddock Marks, Old White Horse, 10 Moulsham Street
1906 - Albert Harry Saward, Old White Hart, 10 Moulsham Street
1911 - 10 Moulsham Street, Old White Hart, A H Saward
1922 - W Loveday & Son, jewellers, 10 Moulsham Street
1943 - J L Biskell, jeweller

Corner House, house & shop, F A Loveday

11 Moulsham Street :
1874 -  George Robert Harris, beer retailer, Moulsham Street
1878 - George Robert Harris, Eagle, 11 Moulsham Street
1881/Ambrose Darby/Confectioner Employing 1 Apprentice & 1 Assistant In Shop/48/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Darby/Wife/42/Springfield, Essex/Census
1881/Harry A G Darby/Son, Confectioners Apprentice/15/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Ellen H Darby/Daughter/13/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
1881/Edgar J Darby/Son/10/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
1881/Frank C Darby/Son/8/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Sidney E Darby/Son/5/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Claude S Darby/Son/2/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Lilian W Darby/Daughter/5 months/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Harry D Miller/Apprentice Confectioners Assistant/15/Norwich, Norfolk/Census
1881/Emily Turner/Confectioners Assistant/15/Bardfield, Essex/Census
1881/Ellen N Engell/Domestic Servant/14/Downham, Essex/Census
1886 - Ambrose Darby, confectoner, 11 Moulsham street
1899 - Ambrose Darby, confectioner, 11 Moulsham Street
1902 - Ambrose Darby, confectioner, 11 Moulsham Street
1906 - Ambrose Darby, confectioner, 11 Moulsham Street
1906 - Edward Joseph Green, beer retailer, 11 Moulsham Street
1911 - 11 Moulsham Street, house & shop, A Darby
1914 - Ambrose Darby, confectioner, 11 Moulsham Street
1922 - Ambrose Turner Darby, confectioner, 11 Moulsham Street
1943 - W & O Budd Ltd, bakers

12 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Ambrose Darby, confectoner, Moulsham street
1878 - Ambrose Darby, confectoner, 12 Moulsham street
1881/Edgar Saltmarsh/Watchmakers Assistant/19/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1886 - William Loveday, watchmaker, 12 Moulsham Street
1899 - William Loveday, watch maker, 12 Moulsham Street
1902 - William Loveday, watchmaker, 12 Moulsham Street
1906 - Loveday & Son, watchmakers, 12 Moulsham Street
1911 - 12 Moulsham Street, house & shop, G Copping
1914 - Mrs Emma Nurse, tailor, 12 Moulsham Street
1922 - Mrs Emma Nurse, tailor, 12 Moulsham Street

13 Moulsham Street :
1874 -  Charles Lewis, photographer, Moulsham Street
1878 - Charles Lewis, photographer, 13 Moulsham Street
1881/Charles J Lewis/Picture Frame Maker/49/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Eliza Lewis/Wife/49/Hadleigh, Suffolk/Census
1881/James J lewis/Son, Picture Frame Maker & Painter/18/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1886 - Charles Lewis, photographer, 13 Moulsham Street
1899 - James Lewis, picture frame maker, 13 Moulsham Street
1902 - James Lewis, picture frame maker, 13 Moulsham Street
1906 - James Lewis, picture frame maker, 13 Moulsham Street
1911 - 13 Moulsham Street, house & shop, J J Lewis
1914 - James Lewis, picture frame maker, 13 Moulsham Street
1922 - Mrs Maria Lewis, pricture frame maker, 13 Moulsham Street
1943 - Castle Cleaners, dyers & cleaners

14 Moulsham Street :
1874 -  James Henry Horrex, tinman & brazier, Moulsham Street
1878 - Fred Horrex, tinman & brazier, 14 Moulsham Street
1881/Maria Horrex/Confectioner, Widow/67/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census
1881/Emily Crush/Domestic Servant/15/Writtle, Essex/Census
1886 - Mr Maria Horrex, confectioner, 14 Moulsham Street
1899 - Mrs Maria Horrex, confectioner, 14 Moulsham Street
1902 - Mrs Maria Horrex, confectioner, 14 Moulsham Street
1906 - Mrs Emily Jane Austin, hardware dealer, 14 Moulsham Street
1911 - 14 Moulsham Street, house & shop, E Austin
1914 - Mrs Emily Jane Austin, hardware dealer, 14 Moulsham Street
1922 - Mrs Emily Jane Austin, hardware dealer, 14 Moulsham Street
1943 - Geo Ryder, fancy repository

15 Moulsham Street :
1881/Uninhabited////Census
1886 - Frederick Stace, hair dresser, 15 Moulsham Street
1899 - Frederick Stace, hairdresser, 15 Moulsham Street
1902 - Alphonzo Mizzone, shopkeeper, 15 Moulsham Street
1906 - Kevan & Ratcliff, baby linen warehouse, 15 Moulsham Street
1911 - 15 Moulsham Street, house & shop, C Bailey
1914 - Thomas Joseph Austin, fancy repository, 15 Moulsham Street
1922 - Thomas Joseph Austin, fancy repository, 15 Moulsham Street
1943 - Geo Ryder, fancy repository

16 Moulsham Street, house & shop, C Perry
1878 - Mrs Mary Ann Ash, greengrocer, 16 Moulsham street
1881/Mary A Nash/Greengrocer, Widow/60/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Arthur Green/Lodger Groom/23/Witham, Essex/Census
1881/William Cunning/Lodger, Butcher Journeyman/24/Aldershot, Hampshire/Census
1886 - Geo Thos Hindmarsh, pawnbroker, 25 & 16 Moulsham Street
1886 - Mrs Mary Ann Nash, greengrocer, 16 Moulsham Street
1899 - George Baldwin, dairyman, 6 Springfeild Road & 16 Moulsham Street
1914 - G Perry & Sons, scale repairers, 16 Moulsham Street
1922 - G Perry & Sons, scale repairers, 16 Moulsham Street
1943 - Geo Ryder, fancy repository

17 Moulsham Street :
1874 -  Frederick Martin, baker, Moulsham Street
1878 - Ephraim Ambrose, basket & sieve maker, 17 Moulsham street
1878 - Frederick Martin, baker, 17 Moulsham Street
1881/Ephraim Ambrose/Basket Maker Master/60/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Ann Ambrose/Wife/52/Lavenham, Suffolk/Census
1881/Laura Ambrose/Daughter, Basket Makers Assistant/15/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1886 - William Dowsett, dairyman, 17 Moulsham street
1902 - William George Prior, french polisher, 17 Moulsham Street
1906 - Joseph Potter, fruiterer & florist, 17 Moulsham Street
1911 - 17 Moulsham Street, house & shop, J Potter
1914 - Mrs Caroline Callingham, fruiterer, 17 Moulsham Street
1922 - Charles Hoad, ironmonger, 17 Moulsham Street
1943 - Geo Ryder, fancy repository

18 Moulsham Street :
1878 - Arthur Clapham, butcher, 18 Moulsham street
1881/Arthur H Clapham/Butcher (Employing 1 Man & Boy)/45/Coggeshall, Essex/Census
1881/Elizabeth Clapham/Wife/42/Maldon, Essex/Census
1881/Ada L Clapham/Daughter/12/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Alice Clapham/Daughter/9/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Annie E Clapham/Daughter/8/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Edith Clapham/Daughter/5/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Kate H Clapham/Daughter/3/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Gertrude E H Clapham/Daughter/1/Chelmsford, Essex/Census
1881/Ada Childs/General Servant/14/Stock, Essex/Census
1886 - Arthur Clapham, butcher, 18 Moulsham street
1902 - William Barton, butcher, 18 Moulsham Street
1906 - Theodore Loveday, butcher, 18 Moulsham Street
1911 - 18 Moulsham Street, house & shop, T Loveday
1914 - Theodore Loveday, butcher, 18 & 216 Moulsham Street
1922 - Hugh Wright, butcher, 18 & 216 Moulsham Street
1943 - Barton Bros, hosiers

Windmill, 19 Moulsham Street :
1874 - Mrs Sarah Poll, Windmill, Moulsham Street
1878 - Mrs Sarah Poll, Windmill, 19 Moulsham Street
1886 - Frederick Hopkins, Windmill, 19 Moulsham Street
1899 - Walter Millson, Windmill PH, 10 Moulsham Street
1902 - Walter Millson, Windmill PH, 19 Moulsham Street
1906 - Walter Millson, Windmill PH, 19 Moulsham Street
1911 - 19 Moulsham Street, Windmill, E Skinner
1922 - James Edward Skinner, Windmill, 19 Moulsham Street
1943 - The Windmill Inn, Albert V Young

20 Moulsham Street :
1881/Leonora Marie Biscoe/Matron Supt Hospital Nurse, Chelmsford Infirmary/52/Warfield, Berkshire/Census
1881/Sarah Perkins/Night Nurse, Widow/53/Woburn, Bedford/Census
1881/Mary Bolton/Nurse, Widow/29/Calne, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Elizabeth Perkins/Domestic Servant, Cook/19/St Georges St, London/Census
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1902 - Mrs Rosa Abberfield, apartments, 20 Moulsham Street
1906 - Mrs Rosa Abberfield, apartments, 20 Moulsham Street
1911 - 20 Moulsham Street, house & shop, J P Woodhouse
1914 - London & provincial Tea Co, tea dealers, 20 Moulsham Street
1943 - Walt Ralph Catt, grocer

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