DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Sort file:- Woolwich, May, 2019.

Page Updated:- Thursday, 16 May, 2019.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1852-

Navy and Army

Latest ????

12 Frances Street

Woolwich

Navy and Army

Above postcard 1963, by kind permission Chris Mansfield. http://www.chrismansfieldphotos.com/

 

I have also seen this named the "Army and Navy."

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From the Kentish Gazette, Friday, 1 August, 1902.

ASSAULTING A POTMAN.

George Benny, 24, of 2, Mason Street, Woolwich, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at Francis Street, Woolwich, and further with assaulting Richard Shoebridge, potman of the "Army and Navy" public house, Francis Street, Woolwich.

Shoebridge said that when he told prisoner to leave the house he struck him.

Prisoner said Shoebridge handled him roughly when he was leaving the house, and he struck him in self defence.

Prisoner was ordered to pay 20s. or ten days for the assault.

The other charge was dismissed.

 

LICENSEE LIST

SHORTER Robert 1852-Feb/64 dec'd West Kent Guardian

SHORTER Margaret (widow) Feb/1864-66+

EPSON James 1874-82+

GLADWIN Alfred E 1896+

BOND Ernest W 1901+ (age 33 in 1901Census)

GAGE Alice Mrs 1904+

BOND Henry James 1905+

GATHERWOOD Alfred Henry 1908+

SWAIN/SWAYNE Alfred W 1911-21+

WRIGHT David 1934+

CANTOR James John 1938+

WESTON Henry J 1944+

http://pubshistory.com/NavyArmy.shtml

 

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West Kent GuardianWest Kent Guardian

 

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