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Tankerton Hotel

Above postcard, date unknown, kindly sent by Mark Jennings.

Tankerton Hotel

Above postcard, date unknown.

Tankerton Hotel

Above postcard, date unknown, kindly sent by Mark Jennings.

Tankerton Hotel

Above postcard, date unknown.

Tankerton Hotel

Above postcard, date unknown.

Tankerton Hotel

Above photo taken from beach, date unknown.

Tankerton Hotel 1950s

Above postcard, 1950s.

Tankerton Arms Hotel

Photo date unknown from http://www.flickr.com by John Law.

 

From the Whitstable Times, 12 July, 1902.

ST. AUGUSTINE’S PETTY SESSIONS.

Saturday, July 5th.— Before Lieutenant Colonel Dickenson (to the chair), Captain T. Lambert, Mr. J. Bowes, Mr. W. A. Lochee, and Mr. French, C.B.

THE TANKERTON HOTEL.

Mr. R. M. Mercer, on behalf of the proprietor of the new “Tankerton Hotel,” Whitstable, applied for the final order for permission to sell Intoxicating liquors.

Superintendent Jacobs stated that since the provisional order was made he had inspected the building, and found that a place was being fitted up which the foreman of the works said was to he a bar. According to the original plans (produced to the Magistrates) this was not specified, and he therefore raised an objection.

Mr. Mercer said is was quits true that no bar should be erected, and the place which the Superintendent had referred to was not to be a bar, but was going to he covered in with glass and used as an office, similar to that at the “County Hotel,” Canterbury.

The Bench granted the order, but requested it to remain at the Clerk's Office for a fortnights in order that the building might be carried out and finished according to the plans.

 

From the Whitstable Times, 13 September, 1902.

WHITSTABLE.— THE TANKERTON HOTEL.

Mr. B. M. Mercer applied to the Bench for the issue of the final order in respect to the “Tankerton Hotel,” Whitstable. Mr. Mercer handed in the plans and he asked the Magistrates to grant the licence.

The Bench granted the application.

 

From the Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald, Saturday 29 April, 1916.

WANTED.

Housemaid-Waitress and Chambermaid; must have good references.

"Tankerton Hotel," Whitstable.

 

LICENSEE LIST

LUTKE Esme Mary Mrs 1913+

MOUNTFORD Katherine Beatrice to Jan/1916 Whitstable Times

PENN (nee LUTKE) Esme Mary Jan/1916+ Whitstable Times

CHILD Thomas 1918+

STRANG E M Mrs to May/1938 Whitstable Times

BATHGATE John M May/1938+ Whitstable Times

BATHGATE John M & Dora 1939+ (age 58 & ?? in 1939)

JARMAN D W 1950+

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Whitstable TimesWhitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald

 

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