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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest ????

Ferry Inn

Latest 1930+

91 New Hythe

New Hythe

 

Also known under the name of "Ferry House" between 1874 and 1882. I believe the pub closed in the 1950s or 1960s.

 

South Eastern Gazette 12 September 1854.

MALLING. PETTY SESSIONS, SEPT 4.

Application was made for a license for the "Ferry House," Newhithe. Mr. George appeared to support, and Mr. Hoar to oppose on behalf of Messrs. Brenchley and Co., when, after a long discussion as to the number of houses and increased population, both of residents and travellers, occasioned by Mr. Cubitt's works, and the probability of a farther increase, the license was granted.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier 17 July 1908.

LICENSING.

Applications re transfers of the licenses of the "Ferry Inn," New Hythe, was adjourned for a fortnight.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

WILMORE William to Aug/1868 Maidstone Telegraph

HUTSON Richard Aug/1868-74+ Maidstone Telegraph

WILSON James William 1881-82+ (age 58 in 1881Census)

LUCK J M 1891+

MASON William H 1891+ Census

BALLARD Henry Thomas 1891-1903+ (age 48 in 1891Census)

BALLARD Florence Ann July/1908+ Kent and Sussex Courier

CASTLE William Leonard 1913-30+

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Maidstone TelegraphMaidstone Telegraph

Kent and Sussex CourierKent and Sussex Courier

 

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