Bat and Ball, Village, Easton, Winchester, Hampshire SO21

Bat and Ball, Village, Easton, Winchester, Hampshire SO21

The Bat & Ball Inn, High street in 1861.

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Residents at this address

1849/Henry Freemantle, Bat & Ball, Easton/../../Post Office Directory

1859/Hy Freemantle, victualler, Bat and Ball, Easton/../../Whites Directory

1861/Henry Freemantle/Sawyer/66/Easton, Hampshire/Census
1861/Mary Freemantle/Wife/62/Old Alresford, Hampshire/Census
1861/John Freemantle/Son, Butcher/20/Easton, Hampshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Freemantle/Daughter/17/Easton, Hampshire/Census

My Great Great Grandparents, William & Amelia Heath, and their two sons in the 1881 census for Itchen Abbas when their address was “The Plough Inn” and William’s occupation was “Licensed Victualler” so I am assuming that they were the landlord and Landlady. Willimm died in 1886 and his address it listed as The Plough Inn, Itchen Abbas and his place of death listed as Itchen Abbas. Amelia died in 1891 and both her address and place of birth is listed as The Plough Inn, Itchen Abbas. *

I also found them 10 years earlier in the 1871 census, living a few miles away at the Bat and Ball, in Easton; and William is listed as an Inn Keeper. I found the Bat & Ball on a website that list pubs that are no longer pubs. It was converted to a residence in the early 1900s. It shows up on Google Maps Street View & the garden gate has a name plate stating “Old Bat & Ball”. *

1871/William Heath/Inn Keeper/43/Enborne, Berkshire/Census *
1871/Amelia Heath/Wife/31/Winchester, Hampshire/Census
1871/Sidney Heath/Son/1/Easton, Hampshire/Census
1871/Fanny Parsons/Servant/16/Durley, Hampshire/Census
1871/George Browning/Lodger, Groom/26/Swanmore, Hampshire/Census

1878/William Heath, victualler, Bat & Ball, Easton/../../Whites Directory

1881/Reuben West/Publican/46/Stalbridge, Dorset/Census
1881/Frances West/Wife/46/Stokecharity, Hampshire/Census
1881/Mary Ann West/Daughter, Servant/20/Southampton, Hampshire/Census
1881/Rosa West/Daughter/11/Yorktown, Surrey/Census
1881/Ada West/Daughter/8/Yorktown, Surrey/Census
1881/James Fe;tham/Boarder, Ag Labourer, Widow/56/Warminster/Census

1891/Joseph Pocock/Publican/36/Basildon, Berkshire/Census
1891/Martha Pocock/Wife/46/Avon, South Stoke/Census
1891/Emma Eggleton/Visitor/28/Brightwell, Berkshire/Census

1901/Thomas Baker/Licensed Victualler/54/Bishops Waltham, Hampshire,/Census
1901/Emmeline Baker/Wife/42/Wimborne, Dorset/Census

* Provided by Philip Dodd

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