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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1826-

Duke of York

Latest 1828+

Walmer Road

Walmer

 

This pub was sold along with another 16 public houses in neighbouring villages in 1826. The sum was 370 for this house but it is not known from who or to whom.

 

Sussex Advertiser 20 February 1826.

At the sale of the public houses and other estates, situate in the eastern parts of the County of Kent, which took place at the "Bell Inn," Sandwich, on Monday last, Messrs. Pott and Denne knocked down the following lots, at the sums affixed to them, viz.:

The "Bull," at Eastry, 1,190.

"Three Colts," Tilmanstone, 500.

"White Horse," Eythorne, 575.

"Red Lion," Frogham, 455.

"Rose and Crown," Womenswould, 166.

"Duke of Cumberland," Barham, 910.

"Charity," Woodnesborough, 710.

"Three Crowns," Goodnestone, 620.

"Admiral Harvey," Ramsgate, 1,150.

"Ship," Ramsgate, 1,250.

"Red Lion," St. Peters, 1,100.

"Crown and Thistle," St. Peters, 705.

"Crown, or Halfway-house," Sarr, 940.

"King's Head," Walmer Road, 425.

The "Duke of York," Walmer Road, 310.

The sale-room was most numerously attended.

We understand that the "Ship," at Ash, and "Crispin," at Worth, have since been sold by private contract, the former for 750, and the latter for five hundred guineas.

 

 

Also found in Pigot's directory 1828. Not to be confused with the "Duke of Wellington", also addressed Walmer Road, as both are found in the same directory and with different licensees.

 

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HOYLE Sarah 1828+ Pigot's Directory 1828-29

 

Pigot's Directory 1828-29From the Pigot's Directory 1828-29

 

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