|PUB LIST||PUBLIC HOUSES||Paul Skelton|
79 Wincheap Street
Registered in the licensing list of 1692 and the following year was offering Billeting for 6 soldiers.
The premises was sold by Thomas Blunden's widow, Mary, and their sons William, a habidasher and Ralph an opothecary, along with the stables, outhouses, buildings, yards, backsides and orchard garden in 1723 to Brewers Rest Fenner of Canterbury.
Flints later took over the premises and in 1849 Brewers Flints purchased the premises for £300.
The street was renumbered in 1965 and has been given a number of different addresses over the years.
I was not really intending to do a comprehensive research into the pubs of Canterbury, it's far too large a job for me at present, but I will be adding information to these pages as well as photos, when I find or acquire them. Your help is appreciated.
BLUNDEN Thomas to 1723 dec'd
JILES John 1828-40+
HUBBARD James 1846-58+
HUBBARD T 1862+
BRANCHLEY Mr 1865+
BUTCHER S 1874-91+
WINTON Thomas Edward 1903+
SINCLAIR R 1913-22+
BEALE A W 1930+
SLENDER Alfred F 1938+
From the Pigot's Directory 1828-29
From the Pigot's Directory 1832-33-34
From the Pigot's Directory 1840
From Melville's Directory 1858
From the Post Office Directory 1862
From the Post Office Directory 1874
From the Post Office Directory 1882
From the Post Office Directory 1891
From the Post Office Directory 1903
From the Post Office Directory 1913
From the Post Office Directory 1922
From the Post Office Directory 1930
From the Post Office Directory 1938
Inns of Canterbury by Edward Wilmot, 1988
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