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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1841-

Seven Stars

Latest

118 or 119 (6 in 1851Census) Hardres Street

Ramsgate

Seven Stars

Hardres Street, Gas Works End. Among those who has remarkable escapes was Mr F J Pike. He was standing outside his premises, and attempted to get in as the raid commenced. The blast of a bomb which fell in the vicinity knocked him into the corner of the vestibule of his premises in Hardres Street. Practically the whole of his workshops were wrecked, but although Mr Pike was smothered in glass splinters, he was unhurt. Three of his employees, Messrs F Sherrington, Ron Ford and Ken Amos saved their lives by flinging themselves into the boiler room, while Mr Sherrington, senr., escaped by lying at full length in an alley at the rear of the premises. Seriously injured was Lewis Goodman, of the "Seven Stars" Public House which is shown as the building on the left. (Above info taken from http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/1940/id3.htm

 

AIR RAID OF SATURDAY. 24, AUGUST 1940.

The "Seven Stars" public house was reduced to a mass of wreckage, but it was noticed that some pictures remained hanging on the walls in what was left of the bar. Seriously injured was Lewis Goodman, of the Seven Stars Public House.

 

Lewis Alfred Goodman was seriously injured in the air raids of Saturday 24th August 1940.

 

Thanet Advertiser, Saturday 1 September 1883.

Frederick Livermore was summoned for being drunk on the licensed premises of the "Seven Stars Inn" kept by George Bax, on the 22nd instant.

Defendant pleaded not guilty.

P.C. Reynolds said he saw the defendant, who was drunk, go into the public house named at 4:30 p.m. on the day in question. He called the landlady's attention to the defendant's condition, and she said that she would not serve him.

Defendant denied that he was on the premises, and said that Reynold stopped him at the door.

Superintendent Buss said he would ask for an adjournment, in order that he might call two other witnesses.

Defendant said he did not wish for that so he might as well have the matter settled at once.

The Bench then inflicted a fine of 1s. and 10s. costs, or 7 days.

 

LICENSEE LIST

RANDALL Richard Edward 1841-58+ (age 43 in 1851Census)

HALL Caleb G 1861-71+ (age 50 in 1871Census)

TUCKER William 1874+

BAX George 1881-90 dec'd (age 42 in 1881Census)

BAX Mary Ann 1891-97 dec'd (widow age 50 in 1891Census)

BAX George 1897-1903 (age 28 in 1901Census)

AUSTEN William 1903-07+ Kelly's 1903

THOMAS John 1911-15+ (age 53 in 1911Census)

WOOD Robert 1918+

GOODMAN Lewis Alfred 1922-39+

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

 

CensusCensus

Kelly's 1903From the Kelly's Directory 1903

 

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