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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1859-

Chiltern Hundreds

Open 2019+

Penended Heath Road

Boxley

01622 752335

https://www.chefandbrewer.com/chiltern-hundreds/

https://www.whatpub.com/chiltern-hundreds

Chiltern Hundreds 1912

Above photo, 1912, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe. Back of card says "Guild Outing, 26th March 1912."

Chiltern Hundreds

Above photo, date unknown.

Chiltern Hundreds 2013

Above photo 2013.

Chiltern Hundreds 2013

Above photo 2013 by Malc McDonald Creative Commons Licence.

Chiltern Hundreds sign 2000

Above sign, October 2000.

With thanks from Brian Curtis www.innsignsociety.com.

Chiltern Hundreds painting

Painting, date unknown by Eddie Tucker.

 

Maidstone Telegraph 16 April 1859.

A CHILD IN A WATER TANK.

On Thursday afternoon, as a little girl named Pound, about a year and a half old, whose parents reside in a cottage opposite the "Chiltern Hundreds" public-house, Debtling-road, was at play near a rain water tank, it pitched in head foremost. The mother of the child, who was in the garden near where the accident occurred, immediately ran to the spot, when she saw the child struggling in the water, which fortunately was not of sufficient depth to drown the child. She, however, immediately raised an alarm, and Mr. Hayward, the landlord of the above-named house, having procured a ladder, with the assistance of the neighbours, succeeded in rescuing the child from its perilous position.

 

Maidstone Telegraph 02 July 1859.

BOXLEY. ACCIDENT.

On Sunday last, a little girl named Hayward, aged 16 months, whose parents are the proprietors of the "Chiltern Hundreds" public-house, Debtling-road, accidentally fell from an upper window, on to the porch of a door, the height of about 9ft. The window from whence the child fell, was on the landing of the second stair case, and the mother on passing, had noticed it being open, but not sufficient to cause her any alarm for the child's safety, however, in a few minutes afterwards the child ran to the window, and succeeded in further opening it. The mother on hearing the window open, immediately ran to look for her child, when she perceived it had fallen out of the window. A person who was in the garden at the time, saw the accident, and stated that the child pitched out head foremost, turning a somersault before alighting, thus saving its head. The porch of the door being covered with lead, (which being of a soft nature) no doubt was of great assistance to the young lady on her arriving on "terra firma." We are happy to state the child escaped uninjured. If was not long since we had to record an accident to a neighbour's child who had fallen into a water tank, but was fortunate in escaping with only a severe drenching. No blame was attributable to the parents in either case.

 

Maidstone Telegraph 01 February 1868.

DEATH.

On the 23rd ult, at the "Chiltern Hundred Inn," Boxley. Mary, infant daughter of John and Susannah Hayward, aged 9 months.

 

Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald 22 February 1908.

Originally from the London Gazette, Friday, February 14.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS, 1883 and 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS.

Maidstone:- Horace Dann, "Chiltern Hundreds Inn," Boxley, Kent.

 

LICENSEE LIST

OTTAWAY Thomas 1858+

HAYWARD John 1859-1901+ (age 58 in 1891Census)

RUSSELL William to Dec/1904 Kent and Sussex Courier

BLOWER Charles Alfred Dec/1904+ Kent and Sussex Courier

DANN Horace 1908-13+ (age 45 in 1911Census)

SABINE W J 1918+

SUTTON Edward Robert 1922+

WALTERS Hargrave 1930-38+

http://pubshistory.com/ChilternHundreds.shtml

 

Kent and Sussex CourierKent and Sussex Courier

CensusCensus

 

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