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Green Man, Navestock Side, Navestock

The pub where, in 1790, the Essex County Cricket Club was formed. In 2011 this pub is now named Alec's **+

Navestock pub history index

Green Man, early 1900's , Navestock

Green Man, early 1900's , Navestock

Kindly provided by Colleen

Green Man, Navestock Side, Navestock

Green Man, Navestock Side, Essex - in May 2011

Green Man, Navestock Side, Essex - in May 2011

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

The following entries are in this format:

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

1841/James Smith/publican/40/Essex/Census **
1841/Sarah Smith/wife/40/Essex/Census **
1841/James Smith/son/13/Essex/Census **
1841/Charles Smith/son/10/Essex/Census **
1841/George Smith/son/06/Essex/Census **
1841/Isaac Smith/son/04/Essex/Census **
1841/Sophia Rule/female servant/20/Essex/Census **
1841/Harriet Hammond/female servant/15/Essex/Census **
1841/George Day/male servant/15/Essex/Census **
1841/Richard Blunden/lodger, timber hawer/25/not Essex/Census **
1841/Henry Blunden/lodger, timber hawer/20/not Essex/Census **
1841/John Blunden/lodger, timber hawer/35/not Essex/Census **
1841/Stephen Richardson/lodger, timber hawer/15/not Essex/Census **
1841/James May/lodger, timber hawer/35/not Essex/Census **

1845/James Smith/../../../Post Office

1848/James Smith/Victualler/../../White's

1851/James Smith/../../../Post Office

1851/James Smith/innkeeper and farmer (145 acres/9 labourers)/51/Writtle, Essex/Census **
1851/Sarah Smith/wife/55/Kelvedon, Essex/Census **
1851/John James Smith/son/23/Latchingdon, Essex/Census **
1851/Charles Smith/son, miller/21/Latchingdon, Essex/Census **
1851/Isaac Thomas Smith/son, scholar/13/Navestock, Essex/Census **
1851/Elizabeth Gentry/barmaid/19/Purleigh, Essex/Census **
1851/Emma Nokes/house servant/15/Bobbingworth, Essex/Census **
1851/James Martin/ostler/62/High Easter, Essex/Census **
1851/George Beach/lodger, machine fitter/24/East Indies/Census **

1855/James Smith/../../../Post Office Directory  **+

1862/Henry Pain/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1867/Henry Pain/Farmer/../../Post Office

1870/Henry Pain/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1871/Eliza L Pain/Wife of Farmer & Publican/44/South Weald, Essex/Census ****
1871/Clara Pain/Daughter/22/Noak Hill, Essex/Census
1871/Mary Little/Servant/20/Aythorp Roding/Census
1871/Charles Drake/Farm Servant/31/Navestock, Essex/Census
1871/Fanny Blows/Servant/17/Fyfield, Essex/Census
1871/Cornelius Lowing/Servant/24/Navestock, Essex/Census

1874/Henry Pain/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1878/Henry Pain/Farmer/../../Kelly's

1881/Henry Pain/Licensed Victualler/57/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Letitia Pain/Wife/33/Lawford, Essex/Census
1881/Arthur Appleby/Stepson/8/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Ernest Appleby/Stepson/5/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Phillip Pain/Brother/54/South Weald, Essex/Census
1881/Charles Drake/Potman/41/Navestock, Essex/Census
1881/Cornelius Lowen/Servant, Agricultural Labourer/34/Navestock, Essex/Census
1881/Emma Drake/Domestic Servant/19/Kelvedon Common, Essex/Census

1881/Philip Pain / Farmer /../London Gazette, 14 January 1881 **+

1882/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1886/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1890/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1891/Henry Pain/Farmer & Licensed Victualler/66/South Weald, Essex/Census ****
1891/Letitia Pain/Wife/41/Lawford, Essex/Census
1891/Ernest Appleby/Step Son, Butcher Apprentice/15/South Weald, Essex/Census
1891/Thomas N Pain/Son/8/Navestock, Essex/Census
1891/Philip Pain/Brother, Farmer/64/South Weald, Essex/Census
1891/Cornelius Lowing/Servant, Ag Labourer/33/Navestock, Essex/Census
1891/Ellen L Davis/Domestic Servant/24/Navestock, Essex/Census
1891/Agnes Bambridge/Domestic Servant/28/Little Bardfield, Essex/Census

1894/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1895/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1898/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1899/Henry Pain/Cattle Dealer/../../Kelly's

1901/Eliza Mitcham/Inn Keeper, Widow/47/Hoxton, London/Census ****
1901/Jessie Mitcham/Daughter/23/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Helen Mitcham/Daughter/14/Kensington, London/Census

1902/Mrs. Mary Eliza Mitcham/../../../Kelly's

1902/Robert Edridge & Martha Eliza Mitcham, trading as M E Mitcham / Innkeepers & Licensed Victuallers /../London Gazette, 20 May 1902)

1906/Albert Edward Hutt/../../../Kelly's

1907/Albert Edward Hutt / Formerly Licensed Victualler /../London Gazette, 26 July 1907 **+

The Kellys directory 1906 lists my Great Grandfather Pryce Herbert Owen at the Bell in Danbury. He moved his family to Essex from Montgomeryshire Wales, in the early 1900's. He bought a farm in Danbury on his wife's behalf in 1907, all census records record him as a farmer. On paper work I have of the time, he is said to be a licensed Victualler at the Green Man, Navestock which Kellys directory confirms. *****

1908/Price Herbert Owen/../../../Kelly's

1910/Alfred Ernest Bell/../../../Kelly's

1911/George Wm Fuller/Public House Keeper/60/Catford, Kent/Census ****
1911/Charlotte Caroline Fuller/Wife/58/Fareham, Hampshire/Census
1911/Henry Fuller/Son, General Dealer/34/Forest Hill, Kent/Census
1911/Phyllis Edith Fuller/Daughter, Barmaid/24/Forest Hill, Kent/Census
1911/Gladys Marjorie Fuller/Daughter/13/Forest Hill, Kent/Census
1911/Victor George Fuller/Grandson/11/Catford, Kent/Census
1911/Henry Highfield/Boarder, Farm Labourer/45/Kelvedon Hatch, Essex/Census
1911/Walter Hummerstone/Visitor, Pork Butcher/28/Epping, Essex/Census
1911/H Davis/Visitor, Plasterer/74/Camden Town, Middlesex/Census

1912/George William Fuller/../../../Kelly's

1914/George William Fuller/../../../Kelly's

1917/George William Fuller/../../../Kelly's

1922/Richard O'Neal/../../../Kelly's

1925/Richard O'Neal/../../../Kelly's

1929/Richard O'Neal/../../../Kelly's

1933/Richard O'Neale/../../../Kelly's

1937/William Alfred Waterman/../../../Kelly's

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

** Provided by John mead

**+ Provided by Stephen Harris

**** Provided by Kevan

***** Provided by Tony Langmead

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