White Hart, Great Yeldham

Built in the 16th century.

This is the White Hart at the start of the 'Bentley Golden Jubilee' Start

White Hart, Great Yeldham

White Hart, Great Yeldham

Kindly donated by Colleen

White Hart, Great Yeldham

12th March 2000

The following entries are in this format:

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

1754/Thomas ffrench/Owner/../../Will

Will of Thomas ffrench [written 3-May-1754, proven 28-Jan-1757]

"In the Name of God Amen I Thomas French of Great Yeldham in the County of Essex Yeoman Do make and Declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say. First I Give and Devise to my Beloved Wife Ann ffrench... And Also All that my Messuage Tenement or Inn commonly called or known by the Name of the White Hart in Great Yeldham aforesaid with all and Singular the Houses Outhouses Lands Meadows and Pasture Grounds with their and Every of their Appurtenances to the Lands belonging To Hold to my Said Wife during her Natural Life and after her Descendants I Give and Devise the Said Messuage Tenements or Inn Lands and all and Singular the Appurtenances herein before mentioned <use> to my Son John ffrench and his Heirs for Ever."***

1832-3/William Gooch/../../../Pigot's

1839/William Gooch/../../../Pigot's

1841/William Gooch/publican/45/not Essex/Census (pub not named)
1841/Ann Gooch/wife/45/not Essex/Census
1841/Elizabeth Gooch/daughter/08/Essex/Census
1841/William Gooch/son/10/Essex/Census
1841/George Gooch/son/06/Essex/Census
1841/Charlotte Gooch/04/daughter/Essex/Census
1841/Eliza Butcher/female servant/30/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Wilkin/female servant/15/Essex/Census

1848/William Gooch/Victualler/../../Pigot's

1851/William Gooch/../../../Post Office

1851/William Gooch/innkeeper and farmer (16 acres)/58/Rougham, Suffolk/Census
1851/Ann Gooch/wife/55/Letchworth, Hertfordshire/Census
1851/Elizabeth Gooch/daughter, employed at home/17/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census
1851/George Gooch/son/16/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census
1851/Charlotte Gooch/daughter, scholar/13/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census
1851/Robert Pitts/visitor, commercial traveller (wine)/49/Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk/Census
1851/Lucy Bocking/house servant/25/Ballingdon, Essex/Census
1851/Henry Bearman/lodger, straw plait dealer/Bocking, Essex/Census

1852/W. Gooch/../../../Kelly's*

1855/W. Gooch/../../Kelly's*

1861/John Sephton/innkeeper/46/Uffington, Lincolnshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Sephton/wife/48/Berkshire/Census
1861/Emily Frances Sephton/daughter/17/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1861/Edwin James Sephton/son, scholar/11/Orton Longueville, Huntingdonshire/Census
1861/Emily Laver/house servant/17/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census
1861/John Westwood/visitor, traveller in drapery/40/Romford, Essex/Census
1861/Maria Westwood/visitor/43/Hasketon, Suffolk/Census
1861/George Westwood/visitor/18/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census
1861/Priscilla Westwood/visitor, tailoress/17/Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk/Census

1862/John Sefton/../../../Kelly's

1867/John Sefton/../../../Post Office

1871/John Sefton/../../../Post Office

1871/John Sephton/farmer and innkeeper/57/Uffington, Lincolnshire/Census
1871/Elizabeth Sephton/wife/58/Broad Oak, Hampshire/Census
1871/Herbert Sidle/grandson/03/Colchester, Essex/Census
1871/Caroline Rulton/servant/28/Yeldham, Essex/Census

1874/John Sefton/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1878/Stannard Boreham/../../../Post Office

1881/Mira Boreham/Innkeeper/55/Glemsford, Suffolk/Census
1881/Jane Wilson/Daughter/24/Glemsford, Suffolk/Census
1881/John Wilson/Son in Law, Farmer/25/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census
1881/Stanley Wilson/Grandson/1m/Great Yeldham, Essex/Census

1882/Mrs. Mira Boreham/../../../Kelly's

1886/William Linsell/../../../Kelly's

1890/William Linsell/../../../Kelly's

1891/William Linsell/innkeeper and farmer/44/Wixoe, Essex/Census
1891/Anna A Linsell/wife/47/Germany/Census
1891/James L Linsell/son/19/Peckham, Surrey/Census
1891/Ernest W Linsell/son/, coachbuilder’s assistant/16/London, Middlesex/Census
1891/Grace A Linsell/daughter, scholar/08/illegible/Census

1895/William Linsell/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1898/William Linsell/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1899/William Linsell/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1902/Arthur Hitchcock/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1906/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1908/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1910/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1912/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1914/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1917/William Pearl/../../../Kelly's

1922/Joseph Samuel Jones/../../../Kelly's

1925/Walter Ratcliff/../../../Kelly's

1929/Reginald Charles Beckett/Proprietor/../../Kelly's

1933/C. F. Armstrong/../../../Kelly's

1937/Mrs. Moyra Martin/Proprietress/../../Kelly's

1939/Mr. C. E. Nankivell/Landlord/../../Petty Sessions**

1940/Charles Edmund Nankivell/Proprietor/../../Petty Sessions**

1941/Charles E. Nankivell/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions**

1941/Mrs. Barbara Nankivell/Licensee/../../Petty Sessions**

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

** Provided by Jill Fleming

*** Provided by Chris N. French

Provided by John Mead

And Last updated on: Sunday, 30-Jul-2023 15:00:05 BST