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    Spencer's Arms, Ardleigh Green, Hornchurch

    Hornchurch pub index

    The modern address is 124 Ardleigh Green Road. The address is also sometimes spelled as Hardley Green or Eardly Green. *+ Known since 2008 as the Ardleigh & Dragon and closed around 2014. It was more of a Thai restaurant than a pub during this time. ***

    Also see the History of Hornchurch

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

    Spencer's Arms, Ardleigh Green, Hornchurch

    8th August 2003

    Taken by Brian Woolley

    Ardleigh Dragon, Ardleigh Green - in October 2014

    Ardleigh Dragon, Ardleigh Green - in October 2014

    The following entries are in this format:

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

    1828-9/John Mills/../../../Pigot's

    1832-3/John Mills/../../../Pigot's

    1839/Thomas Woolf/../../../Pigot's

    1840/Thomas Woolf/../../../Pigot's*

    1841/Thomas Wolfe/Publican/55/Essex/Census
    1841/Rachel Wolfe/../56/Essex/Census
    1841/Elizabeth Young/../20/Essex/Census
    1841/Samuel Clark/Journeyman Cooper/20/Essex/Census

    1848/Thomas Wolf/../../../White's

    1851/Thomas Wolf/../../../Post Office

    1851/Thomas Woolfe/publican/61/Marylebone, Middlesex/Census **
    1851/Rachel Woolfe/wife/70/Kelvedon, Essex/Census **
    1851/Elizabeth Woolfe/niece/20/Great Baddow, Essex/Census **

    1852/T. Wolf/../../../Kelly's*

    1855/T Wolf/../../../Post Office ****

    1861/Rachel Wolfe/Inn Keeper (Widow)/80/Kelvedon, Essex/Census *+
    1861/Hannah Johnson/Niece, Gardener's Wife/33/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
    1861/Hannah Johnson/Daughter of the above/4/Great Baddow, Essex/Census
    1861/Charles Haygreen/Lodger/40/Woolwich, Kent/Census

    1862/Thomas Wolfe/../../../Kelly's

    1867/John Wood/../../../Post Office

    1870/Henry Wood/../../../Kelly's

    1871/Henry Wood/../../../Post Office

    1871/Henry Wood/publican/64/Navestock, Essex/Census ****
    1871/Anne Wood/Wife/66/Upminster, Essex/Census
    1871/Jane Wood/Daughter/23/Romford, Essex/Census
    1871/William Spurge/Grandson/4/Romford, Essex/Census
    1871/Charles Haygreen/Lodger, Labourer/46/Newmarket, Cambs./Census

    1874/Henry Wood/../../../Kelly's

    1878/Henry Wood/../../../Kelly's

    1881/Henry Wood/Licensed Victualler/67/Ongar, Essex/Census
    1881/Ann Wood/Wife/78/Upminster, Essex/Census

    1882/Henry Wood/../../../Kelly's

    1886/John Holmes/../../../Kelly's

    1890/Charles Alfred Guyatt/../../../Kelly's

    1891/Charles Guyatt/Licensed Victualler/25/Whitechapel, London/Census
    1891/Susannah Ballard/Housekeeper/42/Witham, Essex/Census
    1891/Albert Ballard/Boarder/9/Mile End Road, London/Census

    Note: Premises not named in 1891

    1894/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1895/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1898/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1899/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1901/William Bright/Publican/61/Rettendon, Essex/Census
    1901/Sarah M. Bright/Wife/53/Brentwood, Essex/Census
    1901/Lily Bailey/Daughter/27/Brentwood, Essex/Census
    1901/Thomas James Bailey/Son, Corn Merchant/16/Brentwood, Essex/Census
    1901/Florence E. Bright/Daughter/10/Brentwood, Essex/Census
    1901/William Dyer/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/49/Romford, Essex/Census

    1902/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1906/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1908/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1910/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1911/William Bright/Publican/71/Rettendon, Essex/Census *+
    1911/Sarah Matilda Bright/Wife/62/Brentwood, Essex/Census
    1911/Lily Bailey/Daughter/36/Brentwood, Essex/Census

    1912/William Bright/../../../Kelly's

    1914/Arthur King/../../../Kelly's

    1917/Arthur King/../../../Kelly's

    1922/Mrs. Christina Collett/../../../Kelly's

    1925/William Foster Wade/../../../Kelly's

    1929/William Foster Wade/../../../Kelly's

    1933/William Foster Wade/../../../Kelly's

    1937/Mrs. Jane Wade/../../../Kelly's

    * 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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