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    Queen's Head, Messing

    Queen's Head, Messing early 1900

    The Queens Head , early 1900

    Kindly donated by Colleen

    Known Residents

    The following entries are in this format:

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

    1828-9/G. Mayn/../../../Pigot's

    1832-3/James Hall/../../../Pigot's

    1839/James Hall/../../../Pigot's

    1841/James Hall/Victualler/50/Essex, England/Census*
    1841/Mary Hall/../50/Essex, England/Census*
    1841/John Herbert/Painter/40/Not Essex/Census*
    1841/Joseph Pattison/Painter (Handicapped)/40/Essex, England/Census*

    1848/Thomas Fitch/Butcher & Victualler/../../White's

    1851/Thomas Fitch/../../../Post Office

    1851/Thomas Fitch/Innkeeper/56/Bures, Essex/Census*
    1851/Mary Fitch/Wife/51/Woolwich, Kent/Census*
    1851/Thomas Fitch/Son/18/Colchester, Essex/Census*
    1851/Elizabeth Fitch/Daughter/16/Colchester, Essex/Census*
    1851/John Fitch/Son/14/Colchester, Essex/Census*
    1851/Mary Fitch/Daughter/12/Colchester, Essex/Census*
    1851/Charles Fitch/Son/8/Birch, Essex/Census*

    1861/Mary Fitch/Innkeeper/61/Woolwich, Kent/Census*
    1861/John Fitch/Butcher/24/Colchester, Essex/Census*
    1861/Ulni(?) Rule/Lodger/20/Gibralter/Census*

    1862/William Dowsett Jun./../../../Kelly's

    1867/William Dowsett/../../../Post Office

    1870/William Tyrell/../../../Kelly's

    1871/William Tyrell/Licensed Victualler/66/Althorne, Essex/Census*
    1871/Hannah Tyrell/Wife/59/Sandon, Essex/Census*
    1871/Ann Tyrell/Visitor/16/Mundon, Essex/Census*
    1871/James Pudney/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/36/Great Wigborough, Essex/Census*
    1871/Elizabeth Pudney/Wife/24/Messing, Essex/Census*

    1874/William Tyrell/../../../Kelly's

    1878/William Tyrell/../../../Kelly's

    1881/John Goody/Innkeeper & Coal Dealer/50/Birch, Essex/Census
    1881/Susannah Goody/Wife/46/Copford, Essex/Census
    1881/Mark Goody/Son, Farm Labourer/20/Layer Marney, Essex/Census
    1881/George Goody/Son, Farm Labourer/18/Layer Marney, Essex/Census
    1881/Arthur Goody/Son/13/Layer Marney, Essex/Census
    1881/Harry Goody/Son/10/Layer Marney, Essex/Census
    1881/Ellen Goody/Daughter/8/Messing, Essex/Census
    1881/Alice Goody/Daughter/6/Messing, Essex/Census
    1881/George Bird/Lodger, Groom/30/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census

    1882/John Goody/../../../Kelly's

    1886/John Goody/../../../Kelly's

    1890/William James Marven/../../../Kelly's

    1891/William Marven/Publican/36/Wickham Bishops, Essex/Census
    1891/Emma Marven/Wife/30/Messing, Essex/Census
    1891/Oliver Marven/Son/4/Wickham Bishops, Essex/Census
    1891/William Marven/Son/3/Wickham Bishops, Essex/Census
    1891/Agnes Crammer/Niece/14/Marks Tey, Essex/Census

    1894/William James Marven/../../../Kelly's

    1895/William James Marven/../../../Kelly's

    1898/John Darnford Block/../../../Kelly's

    My great-great-uncle John D Block, was landlord of the Queen's Head in Messing 1898-1902. He was born in Theberton, Suffolk in 1863, Minnie (nee Foster) can be found at the in-laws Pubs in 1871 at at the George in Wickham Market ; in 1881 they had the HoppoleTavern in Stowupland and in 1991 Mary (mother of Minnie) had the Lion in Theberton **

    1899/John D. Block/../../../Kelly's

    1901/James D Block/Licensed Victualler/37/Theberton, Suffolk/Census **
    1901/Minnie M Block/Wife/32/Wickham Market, Suffolk/Census
    1901/George W Block/Son/12/Ipswich, Suffolk/Census
    1901/John D Block/Son/1/Messing, Essex/Census

    1902/John Darnford Block/../../../Kelly's

    1906/Robert Miller/../../../Kelly's

    1908/Robert Miller/../../../Kelly's

    1910/Mark M. Kent/../../../Kelly's

    1911/Mark Mazugarb Kent/Licensed Victualler/68/Tollesbury, East/Census
    1911/Emma Kent/Wife/66/Earls Colne, Essex/Census

    1912/William Howard/../../../Kelly's

    1914/William Howard/../../../Kelly's

    * Provided by CG

    ** Provided by Marc Block

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