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Sort file:- Northfleet, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 23 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1860

Railway Hotel

Latest 1967

69 High Street

Northfleet

Railway Tavern

Above photo, date unknown. Kindly supplied by John Hopperton.

 

From South Eastern Gazette 31 May 1859.

SUICIDE AT NORTHFLEET.

On Tuesday an inquest was held at the "Railway Tavern," Northfleet, before T. Hills, Esq., coroner on the body of William Horsnail, late in the employ of "Mr. Blackman, of the above tavern, as footman. The deceased committed suicide by hanging, and was found on Monday in one of the outbuildings of the tavern, suspended by the neck in a kneeling position. A verdict of "Temporary insanity" was returned.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

BLACKMAN Mr 1858-61+ (age 52 in 1861Census)

BAKER Mr 1863+

Last pub licensee had LANGRIDGE John Thomas 1867-71 (Bankrupt) Next pub licensee had

LAYBORN Thomas R 1871+ (age 32 in 1871Census)

BROWN George 1872 (owner, 21 Frindsbury Place, Finsbury Square)

RICKARDS Frederick 1872+

RICKARDS Christiana Mrs 1874+

STUTTON George 1881+ (age 44 in 1881Census)

STINTON S E 1891+

BYHURST Arthur 1891+ (age 30 in 1891Census)

WALLIS William Richard 1901+

JONES Joseph 1911-18+ (age 32 in 1911Census)

STOKES Charles Henry 1922+

AUSTEN Henry J 1930+

NEAL Harry E 1938+

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