DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Sort file:- Deptford, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Friday, 21 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1869-

Rose of Kent

Closed 1971

156 Trundleys Road

St. Paul

Deptford

Rose of Kent 2007

Above photo April 2007. Taken by Matt Martin.

 

The pub is closed in 1971 and has been converted into flats.

 

Kentish Independent, Friday 13 May 1904.

A BAD BARMAN.

Frederick Shillecorn, 25, barman at the "Rose of Kent," Trundleys Road, Deptford, was charged with stealing 13 three-penny pieces, the money of his employer. Harold Harriss.

The prosecutor said he missed some three-penny pieces, and becoming suspicious, called in a detective, who marked some coins, and the witness placed them in the till.

Detective Sergeant Thornell deposed to marking a number of three-penny pieces, and to subsequently finding some of them with others unmarked in the prisoner's coat and vest.

The prisoner, who pleaded guilty, was committed for a month.

 

LICENSEE LIST

OVERY William Henry 1869-84+ (age 55 in 1881Census)

KNOWLES William 1891+

CARPENTER Edward 1895+

KNOWLES Alice Forrester Mrs 1899+

HARRIS Harold 1904+

CARPENTER George Andrews 1910+

CARPENTER Albert Henry 1911-15+ (age 25 in 1911Census)

HUNTLEY W J & CARPENTER M L (exors) 1921+

CARPENTER Ada Caroline Mrs 1934-44+

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