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    White Hart, 168 High Street, Hornchurch

    This is now (2014) a number of restaurants, e,g, Ask, which is an Italian restaurant, at 168 High Street, Hornchurch. The food and service are brilliant.

    Also see the History of Hornchurch

    White Hart Hotel, Hornchurch, circa 1907

    White Hart Hotel, Hornchurch, circa 1907

    White Hart Hotel, Hornchurch, circa 1930s

    White Hart Hotel, Hornchurch, circa 1930s

    Both Kindly provided by Tony Benton

    Known as the Madison Exchange, Newt & Cucumber & Lloyds in the late 20th century

    White Hart, Church & High Street, Hornchurch 2004


    Provided by Kevan

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

    The following entries are in this format:

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

    1828-9/Jonathan Straight/../../../Pigot's

    1832-3/Mary Straight/../../../Pigot's

    1839/John Bowton/../../../Pigot's

    1840/John Bowton/../../../Pigot's*

    1841/John Bowton/Publican/30/Essex/Census
    1841/Caroline Bowton/../25/../Census
    1841/Isabel Bowton/../2/Essex/Census
    1841/Sophia Hitchin/Female Servant/30/Essex/Census
    1841/James Scoffle/Timber Carter/30/../Census
    1841/Henry Higgs/Timber Carter/15/../Census

    1845/John Ivory/../../../Post Office

    1848/George Hobart/../../../White's

    1851/George Hobart/../../../Post Office

    1851/Elizabeth Hobart/licensed victualler (widow)/44/Chenies, Buckinghamshire/Census **
    1851/George Hobart/son, scholar/05/Hornchurch, Essex/Census **
    1851/Frederick Hobart/son, scholar/03/Hornchurch, Essex/Census **
    1851/William Clark/brother, carpenter/36/Chenies, Buckinghamshire/Census **
    1851/Jane Clark/sister in law/33/Titham, Kent/Census **
    1851/William Clark/nephew, scholar/09/St Giles, Middlesex/Census **
    1851/Elizabeth Clark/niece/10m/Hornchurch, Essex/Census **
    1851/Elizabeth Broomhall/visitor21/Horsleydown, Middlesex/Census **
    1851/Sarah Nash/general servant/21/Billericay, Essex/Census **
    1851/James Day/ostler/24/Hornchurch, Essex/Census **
    1851/William Selby/lodger, machine iron fitter/50/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census **
    1851/John Boleas/lodger, basket maker/45/Chelmsford, Essex/Census **

    1852/G. T. Hobart/../../../Kelly's*

    1855/Mrs. E. Hobart/../../../Kelly's*

    1861/Elizabeth Maltby/Licensed Victualler, Widow/54/Chemes, Bucks/Census ****
    1861/George Thomas Hobart/Son, Commercial Clerk/16/Hornchurch, Essex/Census
    1861/Frederick Hobart/Son, Barman/14/Hornchurch, Essex/Census
    1861/William Clark/Nephew, Brewers Clark/19/London, Middx/Census
    1861/Abraham Turp/Lodger, Brewers Collector/32/Hutton, Essex/Census
    1861/Samuel Clevely/servant, Ostler/21/Dagenham, Essex/Census
    1861/Ann Twomey/House Servant/22/London, Middx/Census
    1861/George West/Lodger, Gentleman/50/Gravesend, Kent/Census
    1861/Matthew Rollinson/Lodger, Gardiner/60/Hornchurch, Essex/Census

    1862/Mrs. Elizabeth Maltby/../../../Kelly's

    1867/Samuel Haddock/../../../Post Office

    1870/William Elliott/../../../Kelly's

    1871/William Elliott/../../../Post Office

    1871/William Elliott/Publican/45/Bartholomew Close, London/Census ****
    1871/Elizabeth M Elliott/Wife/40/West Winch, Norfolk/Census
    1871/William P Elliott/Son/18/Stepney, London/Census
    1871/Isabella Elliott/Daughter/15/Stepney, London/Census
    1871/Maria Elliott/Daughter/14/Stepney, London/Census
    1871/Emma Elliott/Daughter/12/Stepney, London/Census
    1871/John Elliott/Son/8/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
    1871/Ada Elliott/Daughter/6/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
    1871/Eva Elliott/Daughter/4/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
    1871/Henrietta Elliott/Grand Daughter/2/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
    1871/Benjamin Grout/Lodger, Pig Hiller//48/Wennington, London/Census

    1878/George Moulton/../../../Kelly's

    1881/David Mills/Licensed Victualler/75/Bow, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Ann Mills/Wife/68/Portsmouth/Census
    1881/Susan Mills/Daughter/32/Bow, Middlesex/Census
    1881/Margaret Mills/Daughter/26/Bow, Middlesex/Census

    1882/David Mills/../../../Kelly's

    1886/John Frederick Jameson/../../../Kelly's

    1890/Henry Norris & Sons/../../../Kelly's

    1891/Henry Norris/Hotel Keeper/60/Hackney/Census *+
    1891/Alfred James Norris/Son, Hotel Keeper/23/Romford, Essex/Census
    1891/Susan Adams/Domestic Servant/18/Melbourne/Census
    1891/Sarah Salisbury/Domestic Servant/42/Romford/Census

    1894/Alfred Norris/../../../Kelly's

    1895/Alfred Norris/../../../Kelly's

    1898/William Bone/../../../Kelly's

    1899/William Bone/../../../Kelly's

    1901/William Vassila/Licensed Victualler/54/Kew, Surrey/Census ****
    1901/Mary F Vassila/Wife/49/Charlton, London/Census
    1901/Alexander Vassila/Son, Shipping Clerk/18/Brentford, Middx/Census
    1901/John Vassila/Brother, Barman/52/Kew, Surrey/Census
    1901/Sarah F Cottingham/Barmaid/23/Southwark, London/Census
    1901/Alice Cowling/Cook/21/Stradbrooke, Suffolk/Census

    1902/William Vassila/../../../Kelly's

    1908/Mrs. B. Bauckham/../../../Kelly's

    1910/Thomas Gynn/../../../Kelly's

    1911/Thomas Gynn/Licensed Victualler/35/Marsh, Cambridgeshire/Census *+
    1911/Katie Gynn/Wife/40/Biggleswade, Bedfordshire/Census
    1911/Arthur Stammers/Barman (Widower)/40/../Census
    1911/Harriet Knife/General Servant (Domestic)/34/Holborn/Census

    1912/Thomas Gwynn/../../../Kelly's

    1914/Richard Dare/../../../Kelly's

    1917/Richard Dare/../../../Kelly's

    1922/Richard Dare/../../../Kelly's

    1925/Richard Dare/../../../Kelly's

    1929/Mrs. Emma Dare/../../../Kelly's

    1933/James Edward Shepherd/Proprietor/../../Kelly's

    1937/R. P. Floyd/Proprietor/../../Kelly's

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

    *+ Provided by Ewan

    ** Provided by John Mead

    **** Provided by Kevan

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