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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1668

Horseshoe and Castle

Latest 1792+

(Name to)

Prettywick Lane in 1760 / London Road

Chalk

 

The pub was renamed the "Lisle Castle" some time after 1792.

 

Local knowledge, further pictures, and licensee information would be appreciated.

I will be adding the historical information when I find or are sent it, but this project is a very big one, and I do not know when or where the information will come from.

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Kentish Gazette, 13 November, 1792.

To Brewers &c. Freehold Estate.

To be sold by auction, by Mr. Johnson, at the "Falcon Tavern" Gravesend, on Wednesday 28th November instant, between the hours of 3 and 5 in the afternoon (unless sooner disposed off by Private Contract, of which notice will be given in this paper.)

Lot 2.

All that well-known public house called the "Horseshoe and Castle," situate on the London Road, in the parish of Chalk, about 5 miles from Rochester, and 2 from Gravesend, with two well-built stables for 12 horses and a large convenient yard.

And also an acre and a half of garden ground behind the same, in good cultivation; the whole in the occupation of William Furner, at the old low yearly rent of 18.

N.B. all the above premises are now let to tenants at will, and the public houses (both of which are in full trade) are free from Brewers and Distillers.

For further particulars enquire of Mess. Evans and Son, Attorneys-at-Law, or of the Auctioneers, at the Post Office, Gravesend.

 

 

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