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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1840-

Page's Arms

Latest 1874+

 

Northumberland Heath

 

There is a definite connection between the "Pheasant Hotel" and  the "Pages Arms" around the 1860s and it is not yet known whether one changed into the other when George Dunmall was licensee there.

 

Kentish Independent 29 May 1858.

"THE PAGE'S ARMS" PUBLIC HOUSE, ERITH, KENT.

Mr. Shuttleworth will sell by auction, at the Mart, Bartholomew Lane, London, on Friday, June the 4th, 1858, at Twelve o'clock, One-Sixth Share, of a Freehold Public House, known as the "Pages Arms," Northumberland Heath, Erith, Kent, in the occupation of Mr. Dunmall, a very respectable tenant, at a rent of 40 per annum. Particulars may be had of J. H. Pelle, Esq., solicitor, Baye Yard, Bucklesbury, City: at the Mart; and of the Auctioneer, 1, Chapel Place, Poultry.

ERITH, KENT. FREEHOLD INVESTMENT.

And Vote for the County. Mr. Shuttleworth will sell by auction at the "Bull Inn," Dartford, on Saturday, June 19th, 1858, at Two o'clock, Two Shares in a Valuable Freehold Property called the "Page's Arms," Public House, Situate at Northumberland Heath, Erith, Kent, producing a nett rent of 40 per annum. Particulars may be had on the Premises, at the "Bull Inn," Dartford, of Mr. J. H. Pelle, Esq., Solicitor, 5, Barge Yard, Bucklersbury, and of the Auctioneer, 1, Chapel Place, Poultry.

 

South Eastern Gazette 01 May 1860.

ERITH. - FATAL ACCIDENT.

A lad named George White was lately killed at the Ballast Wharf, Erith, by being run over by one of the waggons. An inquest was held at the "Page's Arms," before C. J. Carttar, Esq., when evidence was given showing that this was the third accident of precisely the same character which had taken place at the same spot of the tramway within a short time, and the jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death," at the same time expressing an opinion that more efficient persons should be employed to manage the horses.

 

LICENSEE LIST

MARTIN Ebenezer 1840s (age 61 in 1841)

FOWLE Susannah to July/1845

HEWITT Alfred July/1845+

DUNMALL George 1855-74+ Next pub licensee had (age 33 in 1861Census)

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