DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Sort file:- Ramsgate, April, 2022.

Page Updated:- Saturday, 23 April, 2022.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1860-

Maidstone Arms

Latest 1960+

19 Camden Road (Hibernham Place 1851)

Ramsgate

Former Maidstone Arms

Above photo, date unknown by Darkstar.

Union rally 1937

Showing some sort of union rally group photo in Hibernia Street, Ramsgate, 1937. The figures marked with ‘X’ at back are Michael Mirams grandparents, Dave & Sarah Mirams. Just showing is the "Maidstone Arms" (Fremlins sign, top left, and lamp bracket minus lamp).

 

Now, (2020) operating as the Royal Air Force Association Club.

 

From Kentish Gazette 11 September 1860.

SANDWICH. GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.

Edward Osborn, "Kent Arms," Ramsgate. Objection by owner/occupier of "Maidstone Arms," which within 10 yards of "Kent Arms." License refused.

 

Thanet Advertiser, Saturday 13 November 1915.

A Publican's Affairs.

At the office of the Official Receiver for the Bury St. Edmunds District on Monday, the first meeting of creditors was held under the failure re. Francis Joseph Wright, later than "Maidstone Arms," Camden Road, Ramsgate, licensed victualler, now serving in H.M. Army in a regiment stationed at Bury St. Edmunds. The statement of affairs filed by the debtor disclosed gross liabilities and mountains to 338 10s. 0d., of which 264 10s 0d. is expected to rank for dividend. In his observations the Official Receiver, who remains trustee, says that:- "The statement of affairs show a surplus, but the information I have received leaves me to think that claim will be made in excess of the sums scheduled by the bankrupt, two in number, one being for 60 money lent by relative, and the other for goods supplied. The creditor returned as partly accused holds, a policy on a debtor's life, which will mature in June next.

 

Thanet Advertiser, Saturday 13 November 1915.

The licence of the "Maidstone Arms," Camden Square, has been temporarily transferred from Mr. F. J. Wright to Mr. E. A. Hothersall.

 

Thanet Advertiser, Tuesday 30 September 1941.

Wearing the ribbon denoting the award of the Military Medal, Sergeant Francis Joseph Wright, Royal Welch Fusiliers, formerly licensee of the "Maidstone Arms," Ramsgate, returned to his home of Plains of Waterloo this week on 7 days leave.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

WHITE Thomas 1851+

EPPS Timothy 1858+

JEWHURST Robert 1861+ (age 29 in 1861Census) (Ellens Place)

SOLLY Robert 1862-67+

STRICKLAND Edward 1871+ (age 52 in 1871Census)

HAWTHORNE James E 1881 (age 36 in 1881Census)

PARKER Sarah Ann Mrs 1882+

ELGAR John Kelly 1890-91+ (age 36 in 1891Census)

FIELDER John George 1901-07+ (age 33 in 1901Census) Kelly's 1903

CLAYTON Joseph 1911+ (age 42 in 1911Census)

WRIGHT Francis Joseph 1913-Nov/15

HOTHERSALL E A Nov/1915-Nov/31 Thanet Advertiser

HIVES Albert John Nov/1931-39+ Thanet Advertiser

KRITOPH K W 1951-57+

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CensusCensus

Thanet AdvertiserThanet Advertiser

Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903

 

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