Crown, High street, Charlton on Otmoor, Oxfordshire OX5 2UQ

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I am researching a friends family history and I believe her 4GGMother Ann Higgs, married Thomas Higgs, the publican at the Crown in Charlton on Otmoor.
The evidence I have is the 1841 Census that has Thomas (60) a publican living with his wife Ann (55) in Charlton on Otmoor.
Followed by a newspaper report in January 1844; an application for a spirit licence in 1846 and then the 1851 Census which has Thomas (70) a victualler and his wife Ann(66) living with Ann's grandson George Savage (16) a butcher in Charlton – on Otmoor.
I have also found a newpaper article from 1828 that refers to "the publican of Charlton, Oxford, Ann his wife".
Thomas Higgs died in 1859 and was buried in Charlton on Otmoor. *

1851/Thomas Higgs/Victualler/70/Murcott, Oxfordshire/Census *
1851/Ann Higgs/Wife/65/Bletchington, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/George Savagae/Grandson, Butcher/16/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census

Bicester Advertiser 02 July 1859
The license of the Crown Inn, Charlton on Otmoor, was transferred from Thomas Higgs to William Tompkins.

1861/William Tompkins/Inn Keeper/43/Quainton, Buckinghamshire/Census
1861/Ursala Tompkins/Wife/39/Headington, Oxfordshire/Census
1861/Sarah Phebe Tompkins/Daughter/11 months/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census
1861/George Sargant/Servant/17/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census

1871/William Tomkins/Inn Keeper/58/Lee, Buckinghamshire/Census
1871/Ursala Tompkins/Wife/49/Headington, Oxfordshire/Census
1871/William Tomkins/Son/7/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census
1871/George Coggins/Servant/17/Noke, Oxfordshire/Census

1891/Arthur Jn Stanton/Publican and Butcher/28/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census
1891/Rhoda Stanton/Wife/32/Piddington, Oxfordshire/Census
1891/Florence A Stanton/Daughter/1 month/Charlton, Oxfordshire/Census

1901/Arthur J Stanton/Publican & Butcher/37/Charlton on Otmoor/Census
1901/Rhoda Stanton/Wife/45/Piddington, Oxfordshire/Census
1901/Frances Stanton/Daughter/8/Charlton on Otmoor/Census
1901/Fredrick Stanton/Daughter/7/Charlton on Otmoor/Census
1901/Ethel Veary/Servant/18/Oxford/Census

Bicester Herald 27 October 1905
Transfer of the Crown Inn, Charlton on Otmoor, from Richard Turner to William Loder Davis

Bicester Herald 21 June 1907
Mr W L Davis, Crown Inn, Charlton on Otmoor, was granted an occasional license for Oddington feast.

Bicester Herald 17 June 1910 - Following transfers were granted
the Crown, Charlton, from John Ryman to Henry Lewington
George and Dragon at Charlton on Otmoor, from Henry Franklin to John Franklin

1911/Henry Lewington/Publican Crown Inn/33/Chertsey, Surrey/Census
1911/Amy Alice Lewington/Wife/38/Bicester, Oxfordshire/Census
1911/Henry Charlies Lewington/Son/7/Chelsea, Surrey/Census

Henry Lewington, Publican Crown Inn Charlton On Otmoor, aged 42 years 6 months, born Chertsey
Amy Alice Lewington, Wife, Home Duties, aged 48 years 9 months, born Bicester, Oxfordshire
Henry Charles Lewington, Son, Land Work At Home (Farm Labourer), aged 17 years 5 months, Chelsea, London
George William Lewington, Son, aged 3 years 10 months, Oxfordshire

1939/Harry Mansell Parsons/../../..//Kellys Directory

* Provided by Maggie.

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