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Fox & Hounds, Church Road, Ramsden Heath, Billericay CM11 1PW

Fox & Hounds, Ramsden Heath, Ramsden Bellhouse 1845

The original premises in 1845

Provided by Andrew Barham

Fox & Hounds, Ramsden Heath, Ramsden Bellhouse 2001

2nd December 2001 at a different location

The following entries are in this format:

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

1841/Charles Mumford/victualler/35/Essex/Census ***
1841/Sarah Mumford/wife/40/Essex/Census
1841/Charles Mumford/son/05/Essex/Census
1841/James Mumford/son/03/Essex/Census
1841/Emma Palmer/07/Essex/Census
1841/Phoebe Ager/female servant/20/Essex/Census
1841/Thomas Mott/shoemaker/20/Essex/Census
1841/William Clarkson/carter/22/Essex/Census
1841/John Wood/labourer/20/Essex/Census
1841/George Chandler/labourer/45/Essex/Census

1845/William Finch/../../../Post Office

1848/William Finch/Victualler/../../White's

1851/William Finch/../../../Post Office

1852/W. Finch/../../../Kelly's*

1855/H. May/../../../Kelly's*

1862/Jonathan Fincham/Baker/../../Kelly's

1867/Frederick Mulley/../../../Post Office

1870/Frederick Mulley/../../../Kelly's

1871/Frederick Mulley/../../../Post Office

1871/Frederick R Mulley/publican and poulterer/31/not known/Census ***
1871/Mary A Mulley/wife/30/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/W F Mulley/son, scholar/12/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/E C Mulley/daughter, scholar/11/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/H Mulley/daughter, scholar/09/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/K Mulley/son, scholar/07/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/J Mulley/daughter, scholar/05/Horndon on the Hill, Essex/Census
1871/E L Mulley/daughter/01/Ramsden Crays, Essex/Census
1871/E E Mulley/son/3m/Ramsden Crays, Essex/Census

1874/Richard Hamilton/../../../Kelly's

1878/Richard Hamilton/../../../Kelly's

1881/Richard Hamilton/Publican & Farmer/60/Woodham Ferrers/Census
1881/Rebecca Hamilton/Wife/61/Margaretting, Essex/Census
1881/Charles Backin/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/58/Cressing, Essex/Census
1881/Walter Barker/Lodger, General Agricultural Labourer/17/Ramsden Crays, Essex/Census
1881/Reuben Low/Lodger, General Agricultural Labourer/19/Ramsden Bellhouse, Essex/Census
1881/James Bridge/Lodger, General Agricultural Labourer/68/Ramsden Bellhouse, Essex/Census
1881/James Dillow/Lodger, General Agricultural Labourer/28/../Census

1882/Richard Hamilton/../../../Kelly's

1886/Richard Hamilton/../../../Kelly's

1891/William Runnacres/publican/34/Canning Town, Essex/Census ***
1891/Matilda S Runnacres/wife/30/Yeading, Middlesex/Census
1891/Mable L Runnacres/daughter, scholar/07/North Shoebury, Essex/Census
1891/Philip W Runnacres/son, scholar/05/North Shoebury, Essex/Census
1891/Gertrude A Runnacres/daughter, scholar/03/North Shoebury, Essex/Census
1891/Edgar/Runnacres/son/02/North Shoebury, Essex/Census
1891/Harriet Runnacres/daughter/01/North Shoebury, Essex/Census
1891/Charles Bocking/lodger, ag lab/42/Cranham, Essex/Census

1894/William Matthews/../../../Kelly's

1895/William Matthews/../../../Kelly's

1898/William James Smith/../../../Kelly's

1899/William James Smith/../../../Kelly's

1902/William Howard Reade/../../../Kelly's

1906/Fred Meade/../../../Kelly's

1908/Frederick Mead/../../../Kelly's

1910/Frederick Mead/../../../Kelly's

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

1914/William Gibbs/../../../Kelly's

1925/Samuel Goodenough/../../../Kelly's

1929/William E. Killy/../../../Kelly's

1933/John Frederick Hugh Boggust/../../../Kelly's

1937/George Whittaker/../../../Kelly's

1950-1961/Claude Price/Licensee/../../Daughter**

1988 - 90/M Fisher/../../../Watney Truman publicans list


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

** Provided by Brenda Hayward (nee Price) "My father Claude Price (called  Jimmy by his customers) was the licensee of the "Fox" from 1950 to his death on New Year's Eve 1961. He is buried in the churchyard at St. Mary's, Ramsden Bellhouse. My mother Lily Price left and came to live with me in the States after she had closed up the accounts with Mann Crossman.  It was always my father's dream to have a pub, and he loved it and all his regulars.  He left the LPTB (London Passenger Transport Board) to buy the pub.  He was a depot inspector at the Hornchurch garage all through the war until he realized his dream when he bought the Fox.

*** Provided by John Mead

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