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Red Lion, Clacton Road, Great Holland

Also known as the Lion

Residents at this address

1848/James Cunningham/Butcher & Victualler/../../White's

1851/James Cunningham/../../../Post Office

1851/James Cunningham/butcher and innkeeper/75/Thrandeston, Suffolk/Census **
1851/Ann Cunningham/wife/56/Great Holland, Essex/Census **
1851/William Cunningham/grandson/16/errand boy/16/Great Holland, Essex/Census
1851/Emma Cox/general servant/16/Great Holland, Essex/Census
1851/John Cook/lodger, ag lab/63/Great Holland, Essex/Census

1855/J. Cunningham/../../../Kelly's*

1862/Mrs. Ann Cunningham/Butcher/../../Post Office

1867/Mrs. Ann Cunningham/Butcher/../../Post Office

1871/Mrs. Ann Watson Cunningham/Butcher/../../Post Office

1874/George Atkins Jun./../../../Post Office

1878/George Atkins Jun./../../../Post Office

1881/Joseph Bagley/Innkeeper/38/Thorpe, Essex/Census
1881/Harriet Bagley/Wife/34/Great Clacton, Essex/Census
1881/Ada Bagley/Daughter/14/Great Clacton, Essex/Census

1882/Joseph Bagley/../../../Kelly's

1886/Isaac Cann/../../../Kelly's

1890/Mrs. Emma Cann/../../../Kelly's

1895/Edward Scott/../../../Kelly's

1899/Edward Scott/../../../Kelly's

1902/Anthony Woodgate/../../../Kelly's

1906/Fred Dutton Groom/../../../Kelly's

1908/Joseph Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1910/Joseph Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1912/Joseph Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1914/Joseph Burgess../../../Kelly's

1917/Joseph Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1922/Mrs. J. Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1925-6/Mrs. J. Burgess/../../../Kelly's

1929/Mrs. J. Burgess/../../../Kelly's

Nov 24th 1932 - Alston obit - Essex and Suffolk.
By direction of A E Alston, Esq, who approaching 90 years of age, and retiring from the business, which has been in the same family for many generations under the name of "Alston & Sons", The Stour Brewery, Manningtree, Essex - together with 21 Fully Licensed Houses and Beerhouses which are all freehold, viz :
In Essex :
The White Hart Hotel, Manningtree
The Thorn, Mistley
The Waggon and Horses, Mistley
The Horsley Cross Inn, Mistley
The Kings Arms, Lawford
The Village Maid, Bradfield
The Wheatsheaf, Wrabness
The Cross Inn, Great Bromley (Beerhouse)
The Waggon and Horses, Wix
The White Hart, Wix
The Castle, Ramsey
The Royal Oak, Dovercourt
The Coach and Horses and The Packet, Harwich
The Swan, Stones Green, Great Oakley
The Hare and Hounds, Upper Kirby
The Red Lion, Lower Kirby
The Red Lion, Great Holland, Clacton on Sea
The Red Lion, Great Bentley
The Bowling Green, Elmstead Market
In Suffolk :
The Hare and Hounds, East Bergholt
The Kings Head, Higham

The Brewery and Licensed Houses will first be offered in one lot, and , if not so sold, then in separate lots.

1933/Burt Ringshaw/../../../Kelly's

1937/Burt Ringshaw/../../../Kelly's

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