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    Cricketers, High Street, Hornchurch

    Hornchurch pub index

    The modern address is 64-68 High Street. *+ Renamed as O. J's. in 2011 and George II on 12th September 2014. ***

    Also see the History of Hornchurch

    The History of the Public Houses in the Parish of Hornchurch - Tony Benton

    Cricketers, High Street, Hornchurch, circa 1920s

    Cricketers, High Street, Hornchurch, circa 1920s

    Cricketers, High Street, Hornchurch 2004


    Provided by Kevan

    The following entries are in this format:

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

    1832-3/Henry Brouf/../../../Pigot's

    1839/Sarah Bront/../../../Pigot's

    1840/Sarah Bront/../../../Pigot's*

    1841/Sarah Brouf/Publican/45/../Census
    1841/Harriet Brouf/../10/../Census
    1841/John Stoker/Male Servant/15/../Census
    1841/John Lacey/Potter/25/../Census

    1845/Sarah Brouf/../../../Post Office

    1848/Sarah Brouf/../../../White's

    1851/Mrs. Sarah Brouf/../../../Post Office

    1851/Sarah Brouf/licensed victualler (widow)/62/Kingston, Hampshire/Census **
    1851/Harriet Prebble/daughter, assistant/24/St James, Middlesex/Census **
    1851/Walter Prebble/son in law/iron moulder/32/Woolwich, Kent/Census **
    1851/Caroline Page/grandaughter/02/St James, Middlesex/Census **

    1852/Mrs. S. Brouf/../../../Kelly's*

    1855/Mrs. S. Brouf/../../../Kelly's*

    1861/John Williams/Publican/27/Handysell, Montgomery/Census ****
    1861/Charlotte Williams/Wife/28/London, Middx/Census
    1861/Mary Ann Williams/Daughter/6 months/Hornchurch, Essex/Census
    1861/Eliza Williams/Sister/25/Herry, Montgomery/Census
    1861/Thomas Williams/Father/58/Herry, Montgomery/Census

    1862/Charles Baker/../../../Kelly's

    1867/James Manser/../../../Post Office

    1870/James Manser/../../../Kelly's

    1871/James Manser/../../../Post Office

    1871/James Manser/Licensed Victualler/45/Greenwich, Kent/Census ****
    1871/Louisa Manser/Wife/45/Greenwich, Kent/Census

    30/08/1872/John French/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

    1874/John French/../../../Kelly's

    04/02/1875/William Raven/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

    1878/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1881/William Raven/Publican/50/Danbury, Essex/Census
    1881/Emma Raven/Wife/47/Danbury, Essex/Census
    1881/James Raven/Son/12/Hornchurch, Essex/Census
    1881/Emma Raven/Daughter/7/Chelmsford, Essex/Census

    1882/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1886/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1890/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1891/William Raven/Publican/60/Danbury, Essex/Census
    1891/Emma Raven/Wife/57/Sandon, Essex/Census
    1891/James Raven/Son/21/Hornchurch, Essex/Census
    1891/Emma Raven/Daughter/17/Springfield, Essex/Census

    Note: Premises not named in 1891

    1894/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1895/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1898/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1899/William Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1901/William Raven/Saddler, Harness maker/70/Danbury, Essex/Census ****
    1901/Emma Raven/Licensed Victualler/67/Langdon, Essex/Census
    1901/Emma Raven/Daughter/27/Springfield, Essex/Census

    09/01/1902/Emma Raven/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

    1902/Mrs. Emma Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1906/Mrs. Emma Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1908/Mrs. Emma Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1910/Mrs. Emma Raven/../../../Kelly's

    1911/John Ralph Cherry/Licensed Victualler/61/Grendon, Northamptonshire/Census *+
    1911/Elizabeth Cherry/Wife/69/Lewisham, Kent/Census
    1911/Dorothy Eustace/Niece/19/Forest Gate, Essex/Census

    1912/Ralph Cherry/../../../Kelly's

    1914/Alfred Pill/../../../Kelly's

    1917/Alfred Pill/../../../Kelly's

    1922/Alfred Pill/../../../Kelly's

    1925/Arthur Henry Fletcher/../../../Kelly's

    1929/Arthur Henry Fletcher/../../../Kelly's

    1933/Sidney George Walton/../../../Kelly's

    1937/Horace Albert Giles/../../../Kelly's

    1988 - 90/Mr R Salmon/../../../Watney Truman publicans list

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

    *+ Provided by Ewan

    ** Provided by John Mead

    *** Provided by Tris

    **** Provided by Kevan

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