Ship, 37 Market Hill, Fullbridge, Maldon

Maldon pub history index

No longer a pub

Ship, Market Hill, Fullbridge, Maldon 2001

10th June 2001

The following entries are in this format:

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

1780/James Quilter/../../../Stubbings*

1781/James Quilter/../../../Stubbings*

1782/Mary Pond/../../../Stubbings*

1785/Mary Pond/../../../Stubbings*

1795/Mary Pond/../../../Stubbings*

1799/Mary Pond/../../../Stubbings*

1800/Hannah Pond/../../../Stubbings*

1823-4/Egbert Busbridge/../../../Pigot's

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

1839/Edward Everard/../../../Pigot's

1845/Henry Everard/../../../Post Office

1848/Edward Everard/../../../White's

1851/Edward Everard/49/Maldon, Essex/Census **
1851/Ann Everard/41/Margaret Roding, Essex/Census
1851/Hannah Gepp/visitor, niece/19/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Thomas Cumming Esq/visitor, Comptroller of Customs/33/Durham, Lancashire/Census
1851/George Smith/ostler/20/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Sarah Knight/house servant/26/Great Totham, Essex/Census

1855/E Everard/../../../Post Office

1862/Richard Ashford/Licensed to Let Horses for Hire/../../Kelly's

1870/John Harvey/../../../Kelly's

1874/John Jones/../../../Kelly's

1878/John Jones/../../../Kelly's

1881/John Jones/Licensed Victualler/55/West Mersea, Essex/Census
1881/Susannah Jones/Sister, Housekeeper/48/West Mersea, Essex/Census
1881/Annie Matilda Moves/Visitor, Milliner/18/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/George Charles Phillips/Groom & Ostler/21/Latchingdon, Essex/Census
1881/Eliza Ellen Phillips/General Servant/18/Latchingdon, Essex/Census

1882/Alfred Marvin/../../../Kelly's

1894/John Wood/../../../Kelly's

1898/John Wood/../../../Kelly's

1908/Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wood/../../../Kelly's

1911/Mary Elizabeth Wood/Hotel Proprietor, Widow/64/Maldon, Essex/Census
1911/Amelia Elston/Sister, Dressmaker/60/Maldon, Essex/Census
1911/Ellen Elston/Sister, Hotel Waitress/54/Maldon, Essex/Census
1911/Charlotte Elston/Niece/16/Highbury, London/Census
1911/William Playle/Ostler/28/Heybridge, Essex/Census

1912/Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wood/../../../Kelly's

1917/Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wood/../../../Kelly's

1925/William John Brown/../../../Kelly's

1933/Mrs. Emily Jane Lomer/../../../Kelly's

Mrs Emily Lomer and Mrs Elizabeth Askins were sisters, Mrs Elizabeth Askins was the licensee of the Bell Inn, Danbury

The Ship was owned by the Writtle Brewery Co of Maldon. The pub was torn down and replaced with a block of flats. Unfortunately I have no idea when. The licence for this pub was held by Mrs Emily Jane Lomer, between 26th March 1928 when she took it over from a William Frank Cant and gave it up on 16th February 1937 to a Frederick George Lingwood

1937/Fredk Geo Linggood/../../../Kelly's

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

** Provided by John Mead

Provided by John Askins

And Last updated on: Sunday, 30-Jul-2023 15:00:08 BST