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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1871-

Broom Inn

Latest ????

Steers Place

Hadlow

 

Referred to as a Beer House in the 1881 census.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier 06 February 1914.

TONBRIDGE BREWSTER SESSIONS. SIX LICENCES HELD UP.

The Chairman said that all the licenses would be renewed, with the exception of the following, which would be adjourned for further consideration:- .... the "Broom;" Hadlow.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier, 6 March, 1914.

TONBRIDGE BREWSTER SESSIONS.

THE ADJOURNED MEETING.

THREE HOUSES REFERRED.

The adjourned meeting of the Tonbridge Brewster Sessions was held on Tuesday morning, when the Magistrates present were: Mr. C. W Powell (in the chair), Colonel Stanley Williams, and Mr. W. Baldwin.

THE BROOM.

Mr. Trapnell also applied for the renewal of the license of the "Broom," Hadlow.

P.S. Marsh said the "Broom" was an "on" license. There was another house a quarter of a mile away, one three-quarters of a mile away, and one just over a mile. There was a small evening trade. The "Broom" was a converted cottage. The tenant was a man of 80, who had been there over 50 years.

Henry Richardson, son-in-law of the tenant, said the trade done was very quiet and steady. There was a Slate Club with 30 members, and the house was well-known as a centre for cyclists.

The Chairman said the Bench had decided to refer the  the "Broom" to Quarter Sessions.

 

From Kent & Sussex Courier 07 October 1927.

HADLOW. HOSPITAL FUND.

The Saturday penny trail on behalf of the Hospital Fund realised 3 14s., and the collecting boxes left with the licensed victuallers resulted as follows: "THREE SQUIRRELS," per Mr. S. RICHARDSON, 9 7s 7d.; "PRINCE OF WALES," per Mr. W. E. MEARS, 8 9s 9d.; "BLACKSMITHS' ARMS," per Mr. C. FOREMAN, 3 18s 8d.; "ROSE AND CROWN" (Ashes-lane), per Mr. McCREDIE, 1 11s 7d;

"BROOM INN" ( Ashes-lane), per Mr. F. MANKELOW, 1 1s 1d.

 

LICENSEE LIST

GARDNER John 1871-1911+ (also bricklayer age 56 in 1881Census)

MANKELOW F Mr 1927+

FLEET John Joseph Richard 1938+

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