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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1867-

Brickmaker's Arms

Latest 1867

Conduit Row

Faversham

 

From the Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald, 20 April, 1867. Price 1d.

COUNTY COURT.

The monthly sitting of this court was held in the Guildhall on Friday, before W. C. Scott, Esq., Judge. About thirty original plaints, and ten judgment summonses, and one bankruptcy case were heard.

Gradidge v. Amos.

This was a claim of 16 for one year's rent of the beerhouse known as the “Brickmakers Arms,” in Conduit Row, Faversham.

Mr. W. Flint, of the firm of Sankey, Son, and Flint. Canterbury, appeared for the plaintiff, and stated that the property originally belonged to Mr. George Wall, Canterbury, who mortgaged it to the plaintiff, Mrs. Gradidge, on the 10th September, 1863. The defendant, William Amos, had since become the tenant of the house, but during the last twelve months had not paid any rent. Hence the present claim. There was no written agreement as to rent, but it was understood that he was to pay 16 per annum. The property had been sold under the mortgage deed.

Defendant said he hired the house of Mr. Wall (the mortgagor) and he supposed he was the person to whom he had to pay his rent.

Mr. Flint said that notice had been given the defendant to pay his rent to the plaintiff as the mortgagor.

His Honour said it was clear the defendant did not owe the rent to Mr. Wall, but to Mrs. Gradidge, and he should make an order for the payment of the claim.

Mr. Flint applied for costs, which his Honour allowed.

 

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GRADIDGE Mrs 10/Sept/1863-66

AMOS William 1866-67+

 

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