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Fox & Hounds, Sewardstone Road, Sewardstone E4

Sewardstone pub history index

Fox & Hounds, Sewardstone

1st September 1999

Taken by Ian Rose. His Essex Churches web pages are HERE

Residents at this address

1861/Edward Carter/Publican/27/Chingford, Essex/Census
1861/Mary Carter/Wife/30/Scotland/Census
1861/George Carter/Son/5/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1861/Mary Carter/Daughter/4/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1861/Charles Carter/Son/1/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1861/Emma Hubbard/House Servant/13/Chingford, Essex/Census

March 1865/Edward Carter/Late of the Fox & Hounds, charged 9 shillings with keeping a disorderly house/../../Herts Advertiser

1867/Charles Batt Franklin/../../../Post Office

1870/Benjamin Rickett/../../../Kelly's

1871/Benjamin Rickett/Licensed Victualler/46/Rainham, Essex/Census
1871/Philip Lugar/Nephew/34/Great Yarmouth, Norfolk/Census
1871/Sarah Lugar/Niece/28/Rainham, Essex/Census
1871/George Craknell/Lodger, Ag Labourer/37/Henham, Essex/Census

April 1872/Benjamin Rickett/Surety of £50 in a court case/../../Chelmsford Chronicle

1874/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

October 1877/Charles Coventry/Fined 17 shillings 6 pence for deficient measures/../../Chelmsford Chronicle

1878/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1880/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's*

1881/Charles Coventry/Innkeeper/30/St. Georges East, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary A. Coventry/Wife/34/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Charles Coventry/Son/6/Sewardstone. Essex/Census
1881/James H. Coventry/Son/4/Sewardstone. Essex/Census
1881/Ada M. Coventry/Daughter/2/Sewardstone. Essex/Census
1881/Emily E. Drake/Domestic Servant/18/Hertford/Census

1882/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1885/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's*

1886/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1891/Charles Coventry/Inn Keeper/42/St Georges east, London/Census
1891/Mary A Coventry/Wife/44/Islington, London/Census
1891/Charles Coventry/Son/16/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/James H Coventry/Son/14/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/Ada M Coventry/Daughter/12/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/Albert E Coventry/Son/9/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/Walter J Coventry/Son/8/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/James Cheely/Boarder, Stock Keeper/20/Chadwell Heath, Essex/Census
1891/William Cordell/Boarder, Haybinder/54/Waltham Holy Cross, Essex/Census
1891/Emma J Farmer/General Servant/20/Old Ford, London/Census

1894/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1895/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1898/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1899/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1901/Charles Coventry/Licensed Victualler/52/London/Census
1901/Mary A Coventry/Wife/55/Islington, London/Census
1901/Albert E Coventry/Son, Machine Hand Small Arms factory/19/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1901/Walter J Coventry/Son, Engineer Fitter/18/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1901/John Church/Barman/40/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1901/Minnie Arnold/Cook/14/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1901/Fanny Ward/General Servant/22/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1901/William Cordell/Boarder, Haybinder/66/Waltham Abbey, Essex/Census
1901/William Bowyer/Boarder, Polisher Gunwork/53/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census

1902/Charles Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1908/Walter John Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1911/Albert Edward Coventry/Licensed Victualler/29/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1911/Florence Coventry/Wife/33/Margaret Roothing, Essex/Census
1911/Edith Margaret Coventry/Daughter/1 year 9 months/Sewardstone, Essex/Census
1911/Annie Kathleen Coventry/Daughter/8 months/Waltham Abbey, Essex/Census
1911/Ada Louisa Ellis/General Servant/22/Canning Town, Essex/Census

1912/Albert Edward Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1917/Albert Edward Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1925/Albert Edward Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1930/Albert Edward Coventry/Fined 10 shillings for no rear lights on motor vehicle/../../Chelmsford Chronicle

1933/Albert Edward Coventry/../../../Kelly's

1937/Albert Edward Coventry/../../../Kelly's

My Father, Charles Johansen was the license for the Railway Tavern, Old Ford road from 1947 to the 17th March 1966; after this he was the licensee of the Fox & Hounds, Sewardstone Road, Chingford from 17th March 1966 to July 1987. He was a tenant for Watney Combe Reid.  ***

1983/../Fox & Hounds, Sewardstone Road E4, Watneys/../../East London PubDiretory

1991/../Fox & Hounds, Sewardstone Road E4, Grand Met - Watneys/../../East London Pub Diretory

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

*** Provided by Keith Johansen

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