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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1851-

White Horse

Open 2012+

Upper Stoke

Stoke

White Horse

Above image date July 2012.

 

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser 21 May 1861.

ROCHESTER COUNTY COURT.

At the County Bench on Friday, John Stoke, of the "White Horse" public house, at Stoke, was fined 20s. and 12s. costs, charged by Inspector Flenley with having several weights and scales in his possession, from one drachm to 2lbs. deficient.

 

Maidstone Telegraph 11 September 1869.

LICENSING DAY FOR ROCHESTER DISTRICT.

On Thursday, the county magistrates sat for the purpose of granting licenses to beer-houses.

There were present the Earl of Darnley, Rev. J. J. Mafsham, T. H. Baker, Esq., Rev. A. Smith-Masters, and Col. Bingham, C. B.

New application for a house called the "Fox," in Fox-street, New Brompton, to be licensed; to "White Horse," Stoke, and to James Keble applications to be licensed to sell on the premises.

 

Chatham News 27 August 1870.

Beer House Licenses

The following applications were refused:- "White Horse," Stoke (this house is situate directly opposite the "Old White Horse")

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

MISKIN Edward 1841+ (Butcher in 1841Census)

HARFLEET Thomas 1851+ (age 40 in 1851Census)

BROAD Samuel 1861+ Census

KEBLE James 1869+

RAYNER James 1871 Census

JEAL Thomas 1871-81+ (age 57 in 1881Census) Next pub licensee had

THORNDIKE William John 1889-91+ (age 27 in 1891Census) Next pub licensee had

BRADLEY William 1901+ (age 47 in 1901Census)

MORTLEY Frank 1938+

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