Five Bells, 98 High Street, St Mary Cray

St Mary Cray pub history index

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Kent .

Residents at this address

1858/George Donmall/../../../Melvilles Directory

1896/James Palmer/../../../Post Office Directory

1911/Henry Joseph Hayson/Public House Manager/29/Dartford, Kent/Census
1911/Daisy Gertrude Hayson/Wife, Assistant/26/Sydenham, London/Census
1911/Henry Joseph Alexander Hayson/Son/3/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1911/Beatrice Ellen Soden/Niece/9/Notting Hill, London/Census
1911/George Thomas Hayson/Brother, Potman and Barman/22/Dartford, Kent/Census
1911/Elizabeth Jane Roberts/Wifes Mother, Widow/62/Dorchester, Dorset/Census

1913/Peter Zilken/../../../Post Office Directory

1918/William G Burrows/../../../Post Office Directory

In 1921 census at High Street, St Mary William G Burrows, Head Retired Widow, aged 75 years 11 months and born in Hanover square, London
Louisa Margaret Burrows, Daughters child, aged 7 years 9 months and born in Five Bells, St Mary Cray
Robert Dennis Burrows, Son, aged 6 years 6 months and born in Putney, London
Stanley Thomas Burrows, Son, aged 4 years 11 months and born in Fulham, London
Margaret Burrows, Wife, Home Duties, aged 33 years 3 months and born in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Robert Burrows, Publican, aged 34 years 5 months and born in Fulham, London, Own Account

1922/William G Burrows/../../../Post Office Directory

1930/William G Burrows/../../../Post Office Directory

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