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Sort file:- Greenwich, September, 2021.

Page Updated:- Tuesday, 07 September, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1846-

Loyal Briton

Latest 1901+

(Name to)

62 Thames Street (1 Horseferry Road 1871Census)

Greenwich

 

From the West Kent Guardian 1843.

Frances Haynes, landlady of the "Loyal Briton," beer house, and Henrietta Humphries, her niece, appeared to a summons charging them with abusive and defamatory language towards Alexander Milne, and Mary Cubitt, his housekeeper.

 

Kentish Mercury, Saturday 27 June 1846.

Licensing day.

The following persons have given notice of their intention to apply for spirit licences at the adjournment day.

Francis Haines, Thames Street, to be called the "Loyal Briton;"

 

LICENSEE LIST

HAINES Frances 26/Sept/1846 (Licence Refused)

BROOKES Philip John 1861-71+ (age 52 in 1861Census)

BROOKES Henry 1874-82+

BROOKS William 1891

BROOKS Henry 1891+ (age 43 in 1891Census)

HEWITT Walter 1901+ (age 38 in 1901Census)

https://pubwiki.co.uk/LoyalBriton.shtml

http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/loyalbriton.html

 

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