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Southeastern Gazette, 20 September 1853.

TUNBRIDGE. Annual Licensing Meeting.

On Wednesday last the annual meeting for renewing the victuallers’ licences for the several parishes in this division was held at the Town-hall, before James Deane, Esq., chairman, A. Pott, Esq., Col. Armytage, and S. Cartwright. Esq. No objection was made to the renewal of any licence, 52 of which were renewed.

John Beale Jude, (brewer) for house at Paddock Wood, Brenchley. Mr. E. Carnell for applicant, Mr. Gorham against. Notices having been posted on the last day of July held not sufficient compliance with the statute.

Three other applications were also refused.

 

South Eastern Gazette, 27 March, 1860.

Petty Sessions, Wednesday. (Before Lord Hardlnge and Major Scoones).

A Jealous Husband.

On the following day, William Jarrett, a beer-house keeper at Brenchley, was charged before Major Scoones, with threatening to kill his wife, on the previous day, and from his conduct generally she was afraid he would do her some bodily harm. It appeared that the defendant was jealous of his wife. Jarrett found two sureties in 5 each and entered into his own recognisance of 10, to keep the peace for three months.

 

Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, Saturday 13th June 1860.

Tonbridge. A Nice Husband.

On Monday, Thomas Manwaring, a beer house keeper at Brenchley, was charged with assaulting his wife on the 14th inst., by striking her a violent blow on the eye.

A. Previous charge for assaulting his wife, on the 15th inst, was dismissed for want of evidence.

Remanded.

 

South Eastern Gazette, 26 June, 1860.

A Nice Husband.

On Monday, Thomas Manwaring, a beer-house keeper at Brenchley, was charged with assaulting his wife, on the 14th inst., by striking her a violent blow on the eye.

A previous charge for assaulting his wife, on the 15th inst., was dismissed for want of evidence.

Remanded.

 

From the Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, 31 August 1861.

Brenchley. Charge of Stabbing.

Last week Charles Beech was taken before Major Scoones for unlawfully and maliciously stabbing William Humphrey, of Brenchley.

The parties were together at Standen's beer house, but the prosecutor had not been drinking. He has gone there in search of employ. The prisoner kicked his dog and then hit him, when he threatened to pull him up, the prisoner replied he should not pull him up for nothing, and threw him up, and when down stabbed him with a knife under the left eye.

The prison of was committed for trial.

 

CENSUS 1861Census

MOSELEY John, address P Wood, Master Baker and Inn Keeper, age 47.

 

CENSUS 1891Census

MADFORD Henry, Beer House Hill Shop, and 54, Agricultural Labourer.

 

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