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Albert, North Street/ 111 North Station Road, Colchester

Colchester pub history index

Address later given as 111 North Station Road, at 52 North Station Road in 1899. The modern address of the rebuilt pub is Cowdray Avenue. This pub was rebuilt to the north of its former site in 1932 and the former premises demolished. **+

Albert, North Street/North Station Road, Colchester

Kindly provided by Jess Jephcott

Albert, North Street/North Station Road, Colchester 2001

6th August 2001

Residents at this address

1848/Jemima Yaddon/../../../White's

1851/Michael Cooper Godden/../../../Post Office

1851/Michael C Godden/innkeeper/24/Polstead, Suffolk/Census **
1851/Jemima Godden/mother, housekeeper/54/Wickham Market, Suffolk/Census
1851/George J Godden/brother/21/Polstead, Suffolk/Census
1851/Praty Godden/sister, dressmaker/18/Colchester, Essex/Census
1851/Thomas Kitson/visitor, engineer/29/Leeds, Yorkshire/Census
1851/Anthony Knight/visitor, engine driver/22/Southampton/Census
1851/William Fairman/visitor, engine fireman/22/Portsmouth/Census
1851/Foster Hall/visitor, engine fireman/32/Newcastle/Census
1851/Thorne Stone/visitor, railway labourer/64/Diss, Norfolk/Census

1852/M. C. Godden /../../../Kelly's*

1862/James Pearson/../../../Kelly's

1867/James Pearson/../../../Post Office

1870/James Pearson/../../../Kelly's

1871/James Pearson /../../../Post Office

1874/James Pearson/../../../Kelly's

1878/Herbert James Shead/../../../Kelly's

1881/Herbert J. Shead/Innkeeper/37/Colchester, Essex/Census
1881/Jane Shead/Wife/34/Rivenhall, Essex/Census
1881/Harriett E. Shead/Daughter/9/Colchester, Essex/Census
1881/Alfred H. Shead/Son/8/Colchester, Essex/Census
1881/Ernest C. Shead/Son/6/Colchester, Essex/Census
1881/Kate A. Shead/Daughter/3/Colchester, Essex/Census
1881/Elizabeth Sadler/Domestic Servant/14/Colchester, Essex/Census

1882/Herbert James Shead/../../../Kelly's

1886/Herbert James Shead/../../../Kelly's

1894/William Smith/../../../Kelly's

1895/William Smith /../../../Kelly's

1898/William Smith /../../../Kelly's

1899/William Smith/../../../Kelly's

1901/Thomas Butcher/Inn Keeper/58/Monks Eleigh, Suffolk/Census
1901/Elizabeth Butcher/Wife/63/Colne Engaine, Essex/Census
1901/Percy Thos Butcher/Son, Barman/24/Colchester, Essex/Census

1902/Thomas Butcher/../../../Kelly's

1907/T. Butcher/../../../Benham's

1908/ Thomas Butcher/../../../Kelly's

1912/Thomas Butcher/../../../Kelly's

1914/Thomas Butcher/../../../Kelly’s Directory **+

1917/Raymond T. Snelling/../../../Kelly's

1925/Raynham F. Snelling/../../../Kelly's

1933/William J. Jackson/../../../Kelly's

In 1932, the owners were granted a removal of the licence to the present much larger house, some 100 metres to the north, where it continued with the same name. The building was later demolished and ingloriously replaced with a tyre fitting bay. ***

* Provided by the Pubs, Inns and Taverns Index for England, 1801-1900

** Provided by John Mead

**+ Provided by Stephen Harris

*** Information kindly provided by Jess Jephcott at


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