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Kept in 1845 by the widow Boyce.
Bear in mind however that one with this sign was kept by Brockman in 1805. The one managed by Houghton in 1832 was part of Charlton, yet another Houghton seems to have been publican in 1852. I am hopefully going to solve this mystery in time.
It is very confusing at present as I also have notes of a "Brickmaker's Arms" at Buckland Bottom, neither that or this pub are actually in the Charlton parish, references to which pub is being referred to often missing from reports and with another "Bricklayer's Arms" in Snargate Street a lot of supposition has to be taken with what has been found to date.
Some confusion of which Bricklayers Arms is which.
BROCKMAN 1805 (Bricklayers Arms)
HOUGHTON Thomas 1832-39+ (Charlton)
BOYCE Ann 1845 (Biggin St)
HOUGHTON 1852 (Biggin St)
KEELER S early 1860's (Bricklayers Arms)
HALLIDAY Robert 1864 (Biggin St)
AVERY John 1869 (Bricklayers Arms)
STONE James 1870 (Bricklayers or Brickmakers Arms)
CRADDUCK Stephen or Thomas 1871 end (Bricklayers Arms)
From the Pigot's Directory 1832-33-34
From the Pigot's Directory 1839
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