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Earliest 1767-

Eleven Cricketers

Latest 1767+

 

Chelsfield

Former Eleven Cricketers 2008

Above Google image, August 2008.

 

I am informed that there used to be a pub with this name in Chelsfield, and that it was situated opposite to the "Five Bells."

The premises did function as Neals Store and Village Shop at one time.

Local knowledge appreciated.

 

John Day of Chelsfield dated 2 November 1767.

Abstract of the will of John Day of Chelsfield victualler dated 2 November 1767 "with the permission of God."

I give all my freehold estate in Chelsfield called by the name of the Eleven Cricketers to my wife Mary Day for life.

After her death, I leave the property to my nephew George Day and my niece Sarah Everid for ever, share and share alike.

I give to my niece Mary Trull 20.

I give all residue to my wife for ever and appoint her Executrix.

John Day witnesses Elizabeth Detillin Samuel Cooper.

Proved 18 November 1774 by Mary Day the relict.

 

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