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Sort file:- Woolwich, April, 2021.

Page Updated:- Friday, 09 April, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1854-

Railway Tavern

Latest ????

Chapel Street (King Street 1862)

Woolwich

 

Very little information regarding this pub known at present.

 

Kentish Gazette, 3 January 1854.

Coroners Inquest.

On Friday an inquest was held at the "Railway Tavern," Lee, before C. J. Carttar, coroner, on view of the body of Richard Neale, of Woolwich. On the previous Friday, the deceased took a ticket for London at the Arsenal station, and was proceeding on his journey, when he suddenly became ill, and dropped down in the carriage. He was assisted by the passengers, but prior to the arrival of the train at Blackheath, life was extinct. The jury returned a verdict of "Natural Death."

 

Hampshire Telegraph, Saturday 11 October 1862.

DEATHS - WINGATE.

At the residence of his mother, Hodsell Street, Ash. Kent, Mr. R. Wingate, of the "Railway Tavern," King Street, Woolwich, Kent, and of Woolwich Dockyard, age 35 years, deeply regretted.

 

LICENSEE LIST

FRYER Donald Sept/1854+ West Kent Guardian

BROWN John 1896+

OVENDEN Thomas 1904+

GOODWIN William Andrew 1911-19+

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