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    Bull, Chipping Ongar

    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.

    Chipping Ongar index

    Also known as the Black Bull

    Known Residents

    The following entries are in this format:

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

    1791/William Cooper/Victualler/../../Universal British

    1823-4/William Cooper/../../../Pigot's

    1828-9/Thomas Cooper/../../../Pigot's

    1832-3/Charles Adams/../../../Pigot's

    1839/Thomas Rowlinson/../../../Pigot's

    1841/Thomas Rawlings/victualler/45/Essex/Census **
    1841/Sarah Rawlings/wife/45/Essex/Census **
    1841/Henry Rawlings/son/15/Essex/Census **
    1841/Alfred Rawlings/son/10/Essex/Census **
    1841/Emily Rawlings/daughter/05/Essex/Census **
    1841/Mary Eming/female servant/20/Essex/Census **
    1841/Thoma Holt/male servant/25/Essex/Census **
    1841/James Houghton/[lodger] ag lab/50/Essex/Census **

    1945/Richard Cooper/../../../Post Office

    1848/Richard Cooper/../../../White's

    1851/William Cooper/../../../Post Office

    1851/William Cooper/widower, brewer/63/Cheshunt, Hertfordshire/Census **
    1851/Richard Cooper/brother, alehouse keeper/54/Chipping Ongar, Essex/Census **
    1851/Louisa Cooper/sister in law/45/Hatfield, Essex/Census **
    1851/Mary Cooper/niece/14/Chipping Ongar, Essex/Census **
    1851/Richard Cooper/nephew, groom/15/Chipping Ongar, Essex/Census **
    1851/Elizabeth Brown/lodger/67/Sherbourn, Berkshire/Census **
    1851/Edward Gardener/lodger, cabinet maker/21/Chelmsford, Essex/Census **
    1851/John B Heard/lodger, bootmaker/20/Lime Regis, Dorset/Census **

    1856/William Cooper/../../../Post Office

    1862/William James Legg/Brewer/../../Kelly's

    1867/William James Legg/Carrier/../../Post Office

    ** Provided by John Mead

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