Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.

Talbot, Passingford Bridge, Stapleford Tawney

Ceased being a pub in the early 1870's. It is listed in the 1881 census return as "late Talbott Inn", so must have closed by this point. *+

Talbot, Stapleford Tawney 1863

1863

Provided by George & Caroline Berg. Benjamin Cooper is sitting second right.

The Talbot, Stapleford Tawney circa 1950

The Talbot & the paddocks circa 1950

The Talbot & the paddocks circa 1950

Pictures kindly provided by Judith Beresford-Clarke

My Grandmother, Bertha Freeman (nee Prescott) from Yorkshire, was married to Dudley Freeman, who was a tenant farmer at Lawns, Murrells and Traceys farms until he died in his sixties.  Bertha came to The Talbot as a widow in the late 30's/ early 40's, and my parents, Gwendoline and Bernard Botwood, who had lived at Quendon for a short while, moved in with her.  I joined them in 1945. There were always 'lodgers' there, as I think that my Grandmother sub-let during the war to make ends meet, and this continued until we all left in 1957. The house as well as the farms all belonged to Sir Drummond, and then to his son Sir Thomas Spencer-Smith, of Suttons. He offered to sell Talbot House to my parents - and here I am relying entirely on memory so don't hold me to it- with a private mortgage for £6,000. My family could not afford this so we moved on to the next rented property, and so on.  Sir Thomas was a good landlord, but died in 1959, leaving a wife and one son. ***

Talbot, Stapleford Tawney 2001

2001

Provided by George & Caroline Berg.

The following entries are in this format:

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

1841/Mary Cooper/Inn Keeper/50/Essex/Census *+
1841/Benjamin Cooper/Brewer/20/Essex/Census
1841/Ann Cooper/../30/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Ann Cooper/../15/Essex/Census
1841/James Ballis/Assistant/25/Essex/Census
1841/Ann Dow/Servant/17/Essex/Census
1841/James Hitchcock/Servant/30/Essex/Census
1841/Samuel Tibbcock/Agricultural Labourer/40/Essex/Census
1841/William Tibbcock/Agricultural Labourer/15/Essex/Census
1841/William Perry/Agricultural Labourer/15/Essex/Census
1841/William Battle/Agricultural Labourer/15/Essex/Census
1841/William Stanner/Agricultural Labourer/17/Essex/Census
1841/John Cracknal/Agricultural Labourer/15/Essex/Census
1841/William Lewis/Agricultural Labourer/17/../Census

1845/Mrs. Mary Cooper/../../../Post Office

1848/Mary Cooper/Victualler/../../White's

1851/Mrs. Mary Cooper/../../../Post Office

1851/Benjamin Cooper/innkeeper/31/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census **
1851/Stephen Cooper/brother, assistant/29/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census **
1851/Mary Champness/visitor, dressmaker/28/Epping, Essex/Census **
1851/Charlotte Simons/servant/28/Coopersale, Essex/Census **
1851/Susan Marible/servant/25/North Weald, Essex/Census **
1851/Adam Bourame/servant/20/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census **
1851/James Lees/lodger, horse keeper/31/White Roding, Essex/Census **
1851/John Phillips/lodger, ag lab/30/Brentwood, Essex/Census **
1851/William Stokes/gardener/68/Stapleford Abbots, Essex/Census **

1852/Mrs. M. Cooper/../../../Kelly's*

1855/B. Cooper/../../../Kelly's*

1861/Benjamin Cooper/Victualler/40/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census ****
1861/Sarah Cooper/Sister, Housekeeper/40/Waltham Abbey, Essex/Census
1861/George Britton/Ostler/28/Bobbingworth, Essex/Census
1861/William Stokes/Servant, Labourer/77/Stapleford Abbotts, Essex/Census
1861/Eliza Britton/Barmaid/18/Epping, Essex/Census
1861/Maria West/Waitress/67/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census
1861/Joseph Salmons/Servant, Labourer/52/Havering Atte Bower, Essex/Census
1861/William Argent/Lodger, Ag Labourer, Widow/60/Bobbingworth, Essex/Census

1862/Benjamin Cooper/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1867/Benjamin Cooper/Brewer/../../Post Office

1870/Benjamin Cooper/Brewer/../../Kelly's

1871/Benjamin Cooper/Brewer/../../Post Office

1871/Benjamin Cooper/Victualler/51/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census ****
1871/Sarah O Cooper/Wife/29/Epping, Essex/Census
1871/Sarah Cooper/Sister in Law/49/Waltham Abbey, Essex/Census
1871/Martha L Driver/Domestic Servant/18/Stapleford Tawney, Essex/Census
1871/Mary Webb/Domestic Servant/19/Bishops Stortford/Census
1871/Frederick J White/Domestic Servant/20/Waltham Abbey, Essex/Census
1871/James Smith/Domestic Servant/14/Stanford Rivers, Essex/Census
1871/Joseph Salmons/Domestic Servant/63/Havering, Essex/Census
1871/George Baker/Ag Labourer/24/Theydon Bois, Essex/Census

1874/Benjamin Cooper/brewer/../../Post Office Directory *+

1881/Sarah E. Cooper/Annuitant (Widow)/36/Epping, Essex/Census *+
1881/Jane Gould/General Servant Domestic/19/High Beech, Essex/Census
1881/James Smith/Farm Servant/20/Ongar, Essex/Census


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

*+ Provided by Ewan

** Provided by John Mead

*** Provided by Judith Beresford Clarke

**** Provided by Kevan

And Last updated on: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2019 18:34:14 BST