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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1851-

Tally Ho

Latest ????

 

Toys Hill

Tally Ho 1910

Above postcard, 1910. Kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Tally Ho 1938

Above photo, circa 1938. Kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

 

The 1881 census describes this as a Beer House, and there appeared to be three families living under its roof. The Licensee William Leigh with his wife, 5 children, a sister -in-law and a lodger. William Crude age 66, a labourer, with his wife, two sons, a daughter and grandson. Henery Stone,as 33 farm labourer, his wife, five children and a boarder. Making 23 in all.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier 15 September 1933.

MR. A BELLINGHAM.

Fellow members of the British Legion acted as bearers at the funeral of Mr. Albert Bellingham, of the "Tally Ho Inn," Toyes-Hill, Brasted. He was 51 years of age and was well known in Tunbridge Wells, where he formerly lived.

 

LICENSEE LIST

LEIGH Thomas 1851+ Census

HEATH Elvey 1871-Nov/78 Sevenoaks Chronicle

LEIGH William Thomas Next pub licensee had Dec/1878-May/86 (age 34 in 1881Census)

POCOCK Thomas May/1886+ Sevenoaks Chronicle

MARCHANT Henry Nov/1887-June/1933 dec'd Sevenoaks ChronicleCensus

BELLINGHAM Albert to Sept/1933 dec'd

COSGROVE F 1938+

http://pubshistory.com/TallyHo.shtml

 

Sevenoaks ChronicleSevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser

CensusCensus

http://theweald.org/P2.asp?PId=Bd.Tallyho

 

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