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Earliest 1804-

George Inn

Open 2020+

The Street


01233 740323

George Inn 1900

Above postcard circa 1900, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

George Inn 1910

Above photo, circa 1910, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Although the pub is definitely the George Inn and I am told that the picture says Molash on the back, I would like to know when the rebuild or renovations took place as it looks different, or is this a picture taken from the other side. Local knowledge needed please.

George Inn inside 1922

Above postcard showing the inside of the pub, 1922, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Above photo, Christmas day 1938, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

George Inn 2014

Above photo 2014.

George Inn ink drawing 2014

Above showing an ink drawing of the pub, date 2014.

Above sign left, 1980s, sign right, October 1991.

With thanks from Brian Curtis George Inn sign 2009George Inn sign 2014

Above sign left, 2009, sign right, 2014.


Kentish Gazette 23 March 1804.

On Tuesday last died, at Molash, Mrs Longley, wife of Mr. Longley, landlord of the "George" public house, of that place.


Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal, Tuesday 1 October 1805.


To be sold by auction, at the "George Inn," Molash, on Wednesday the 9th day of October instant, at one o'clock in the afternoon, unless previously disposed off by private contract, of which notice will be given in this paper.

A freehold brick messuage, in two dwellings, with above half an acre of garden ground, situated in Kent, and now in the occupation of William Epps and Thomas Epps.

For further particulars apply to Mr. DeLasaux, Attorney at Law, Barrow Hill, Ashford.

Ashford, 1, 1805.


Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette, Saturday 11 December 1841.

Molash Commutation.

The apportionment of the Parish of Molash, with a Pap and Costs, is deposited at the "George Inn," in the said Parish, for inspection of all Persons interested in the Lands or Tithes of the said Parish; and a meeting will be holding at the same place on Wednesday from the 29th day of December, 1841, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, for the purpose of hearing objections to the same.

John Fagg Harvey, Valuer.


Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette, Saturday 12 September 1903.

Walter Penfold, Edward Amos, and Charles Farmer, labourers of Badlesmere, was summoned for refusing to quit the "George Inn," Molash, at the request of Stephen Goldup, the landlord.

Amos, who did not appear, was fined 10s., and the other two 5s. each and costs.



LONGLEY Mr 1804+ Kentish Gazette

DISON George 1851+ (age 62 in 1851Census)

KINGSLAND Henry 1861-51 (age 57 in 1871Census)

GOLDUP James 1871+ (age 48 in 1871Census)

GURR Richard O 1891+ (age 41 in 1891Census)

GOLDUP George 1901+ (age 51 in 1901Census)

GOLDUP Stephen 1903 Kelly's 1903

BAYNES Henry 1911+ (age 61 in 1911Census)

THOMPSON Ross & Babbs 1970s?


Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903

Kentish GazetteKentish Gazette



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