Date of current building:
- 34 and 33 Charnham Street, Jun 2007.
- Charnham Street, c1899 showing The Stag Inn and entrance to HJ Bell's Coach Works (Sent by Martin Honor, Feb 2021) [WS Parry]
- Charnham Street, c1899 showing lady (?Mrs Harriet Mundy) at 34 Charnham Street, and The Stag Inn (Sent by Martin Honor, Feb 2021) [WS Parry]
The history of ownership and occupation of the properties in this part of Charnham Street is very speculative. Records are sketchy, and confusing. This page is the current "best attempt" to clarify the history of these properties, but much further work still needs to be done. It is possible that the historic boundaries do not match the modern ones.
1819 Enclosure Award Map: Appears to be a vacant plot (tbc)
1841 Census: Henry Nobes (25), tailor, wife Mary (35), 1 daughter.
1851 Census: #80: Mary Archer (60), interest funded property, 1 son, 1 daughter, 1 grand-daughter.
1861 Census: Thomas Dennis (65), retired ironmonger, wife Martha (49), 1 servant.
1869 PO Dir: Thomas Munday, collector of taxes, Charnham Street (?where)
1871 Census: #70: Martha Dennis (60), 1 nurse, 1 servant.
1881 Census: #68: Thomas Mundy (57), Tax Collector, wife Harriett (57), 1 nephew.
1891 Census: #69: Thomas Mundy (67), assistant overseer, son-in-law, 3 nieces.
1901 Census: John Gosling (28), Iron Moulder, wife Emily, 1 son, 1 daughter.
1911 Census: Frederick Pullen (49), motor car driver, out of work, wife Diana (51), 1 son, 1 boarder, 7 rooms.
1939 Blacket's Dir: Mrs Snelling
1940 Blacket's Dir: Mrs Snelling