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Sort file:- Ramsgate, April, 2021.

Page Updated:- Saturday, 03 April, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1852-

Robin Hood

Latest 1861

25 Frederick Street

Ramsgate

 

Only found existing between 1858 and 1861 under the rule of Thomas Hayward.

Frederick Street is now names Hardres Street

 

Kentish Gazette, 8 June 1852.

Ramsgate.

Eligible freehold property to be sold by auction, on Tuesday, 15th day of June, 1852, at the "Bull and George" in Ramsgate. By Messrs. Hints and Abraham, at three o'clock in the afternoon precise time, by order of the assignees of Mr. John Mourilyan in 14 lots.

Lot 7. A dwelling-house, called the "Robin Hood," in Frederick Street, used as a beer house, containing good parlour with bow windows, communicating with back parlour by folding doors, for airy chambers, front and back kitchens, and enclosed yard, with large beer cellar under, a good supply of water, occupied by Mr. George Clarke at the annual rental of 21.

 

From the Kentish Chronicle and General Advertiser, 23 November, 1861. Price 1 1/2d.

Thomas Hayward, landlord of the “Robin Hood,” Littleford Miller, was charged with having on Sunday, the 10th instant, opened his house for the sale of beer before half-past 12 o clock.

Defendant pleaded guilty.

Fined 10s. and costs 10s.

Money paid.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

CLARKE George 1852+

HAYWARD Thomas 1858-61+ (also brewhouse labourer age 46 in 1861Census)

https://pubwiki.co.uk/RobinHood.shtml

https://www.irhb.org/wiki/index.php/Robin_Hood_(Ramsgate)

 

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