Cock & Bell, 15 Market Place, Romford

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Cock & Bell, Romford - Formerly the Chantry House in 1888, in a sketch by Bamford

Cock & Bell, Romford - Formerly the Chantry House in 1888, in a sketch by Bamford

Cock & Bell, Market Place, Romford 1908

Circa 1908

Formerly the Chequers, was built by Avery Cornburgh in 1486 as a chantry for the Church of Edward the Confessor. It became an Inn during the reign of Henry VIII, but reverted to the Church in 1908 and is now known as Church House

St Edwards, Romford, and the Old Cock and Bell, Market Place, Romford - in 1907

St Edwards, Romford, and the Old Cock and Bell, Market Place, Romford - in 1907

Kindly provided by Colleen

The following entries are in this format:

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

1811/John Ashton/../../../Holden's*

1822/Shadrach Parker/../../../Pigot's*

1823-4/Shadrack Parker/../../../Pigot's

1826/Shadrach Parker/../../../Pigot's

1828-9/Shadrach Parker/../../../Pigot's

1832-3/Shadrack Parker/../../../Pigot's

1839/Shadrach Parker/../../../Pigot's

1841/Shadrach Parker/Publican/60/Essex/Census
1841/Hannah Parker/../60/Essex/Census
1841/Mary Parker/../30/Essex/Census

1845/Edward Potipher/Shoemaker/../../Post Office

1848/Sarah Potipher/../../../White's

1851/G. Clark/../../../Post Office

1851/George Clarke/Innkeeper/50/Southminster, Essex/Census***
1851/Hannah Clarke/Wife/51/Southminster, Essex/***
1851/Mary Lambert/Domestic Servant/41/Southminster, Essex/***
1851/Elizabeth Spells/Visitor, Dressmaker/18/Southminster, Essex/***

1855/Miss H. Packhard/../../../Kelly's*

1861/George Wood/Inn Keeper/65/Bromley, Kent/Census
1861/Eliza Wood/Wife/61/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1861/Elizabeth Wood/Niece, Barmaid/26/Bromley, Kent/Census
1861/Ann Underton/Visitor/59/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1861/Benjamin Magu/Lodger, Agr Labourer/56/Romford, Essex/Census
1861/Joseph Bell/56/Lodger, Agr Labourer/Spitalfield, Middx/Census
1861/Frederick Belcher/Lodger, Light Porter/48/Romford, Essex/Census

1862/George Wood/../../../Kelly's

1863/George Woolward/../../../White's

1865/J. Rich/../../../Kelly's*

1867/John Rich/../../../Post Office

1870/John Rich/../../../Kelly's

1871/John Rich/Licensed Victualler/33/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Emma Rich/Wife/32/Dagenham, Essex/Census**
1871/William Rich/Son/12/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Emma Rich/Daughter/11/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Ellen Rich/Daughter/9/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/John E. Rich/Son/4/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Arthur A. Rich/Son/2/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Henry H. Rich/Son/1m/Romford, Essex/Census**
1871/Martha Sutton/Domestic Servant/21/Romford, Essex/Census***
1871/George Gibbons/Domestic Servant/21/South Weald, Essex/Census***

20/08/1872/John Rich/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1874/John Rich/../../../Kelly's

1878/John Rich/../../../Kelly's

1881/Emma Rich/Licensed Victualler & Drovers Wife/42/Dagenham, Essex/Census
1881/Arthur Edward Rich/Son/13/Romford, Essex/Census
1881/Horace Alfred Rich/Son/11/Romford, Essex/Census
1881/Archibald George Rich/Son/5/Romford, Essex/Census
1881/Ellen Pole/Barmaid/17/Romford, Essex/Census
1881/Albert Taylor/Boarder, Carpenter/22/Bloomfield, Essex/Census
1881/Sarah Barrett/General Domestic Servant/18/Ingatestone, Essex/Census
1881/Robert Pilgrim/Ostler/19/Woolwich, Kent/Census

1882/John Rich/../../../Kelly's

18/10/1883/Agnes Amelia Bell/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

16/10/1884/Charles Mollett Estaugh/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

20/08/1885/John Gowers??/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1886/John Cousons/../../../Kelly's

1890/John Couzens/../../../Kelly's

1891/John Couzens/Innkeeper/43/Romford, Essex/Census***
1891/Adela Agnes Couzens/Wife/29/St. Pancras, London/Census***
1891/John George Couzens/Son/4/Romford, Essex/Census***
1891/Ellinor Maud/General Servant/15/Purfleet, Essex/Census***

1894/John Couzens/../../../Kelly's

1895/John Couzens/../../../Kelly's

1898/Mrs. Adelia Couzens/../../../Kelly's

13/10/1898/George James Hancock/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1899/Mrs. Adelia Couzens/../../../Kelly's*

25/05/1899/Alfred Jesse Pearson/../../../Petty Sessions Victuallers Records

1901/Alfred J. Pearson/Licensed Victualler/50/Upper Clapton, London/Census***
1901/Lily Pearson/Daughter, Assistant/24/Canonbury, London/Census***
1901/Alfred J. Pearson/Son, Assistant/22/Canonbury, London/Census***
1901/James A. Lacey/Servant, Potman/18/Clapham/Census***
1901/Ada B. Manning/General Servant Domestic/20/Canning Town, Essex/Census***

1902/Alfred J. Pearson/../../../Kelly's

1906/Alfred J. Pearson/../../../Kelly's

1908/Alfred J. Pearson/../../../Kelly's

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

** Provided by Pamela Campbell-McLean. Pamela is a descendant of the Richs

*** Provided by CG

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