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From: "Phil Dawkins" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] SKINGLEY, Henry (b:Roxwell) 1769 bought Fleece pub, Witham
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 13:37:20 -0000
There was a Mary SKINGLEY born abt 1800 Leaden Roding, a widow and landlady
of the Queen Victoria Leaden Roding according to the 1881 Census. She was
married to John SKINGLEY born abt 1802 in Writtle. He was the landlord there
in the 1871 census. Same family perhaps?
Hope this helps someone
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From: "colleen morrison" <>
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2005 10:10 PM
Subject: [Ess] SKINGLEY, Henry (b:Roxwell) 1769 bought Fleece pub, Witham
'He went on to build up a chain of 31 pubs throughout Essex, which his son,
also Henry, sold to the Brewer, Robert Tabor in 1807.' It is believed to be
Henry Jnr who later farmed the 350 acres site of Wakes Hall, in Earl's
I wonder if anyone is researching the Skingleys or knows any more about the
pubs Henry Snr owned? One must suely have been the Chequers in Roxwell?
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