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Sort file:- Chatham, June, 2019.

Page Updated:- Tuesday, 25 June, 2019.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1872-

Horn of Plenty

Demolished 1989

188 New Road (Waterloo Place/New Road 1858)

Chatham

Horn of Plenty 1982

Above photo, 1982, kindly sent by Tony Smith who says the Jaguar parked outside was owned by the licensee William Webb.

Horn of Plenty 1989

Above photo, 1989, kindly sent by Tony Smith.

 

The Licensing Records 1872 stated that the premises held a Beer License and was owned by Mary Elizabeth Lock Beveridge of Ramsgate.

The 1881 census gave the address as 188 Waterloo Place.

 

From the Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser, 2 December, 1856.

INFORMATION AGAINST PUBLICANS.

The following publicans and beershop-keepers were convicted of having their houses open after hours of closing, on the night of Saturday, the 15th inst. The cases were proved by Superintendent-constable Everist and Constables Bridges and Hulse.

James Sutton, "Horn of Plenty," beershop, New Road, Chatham.

Fined 20s., and 20s. costs.

The penalties were paid.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

SUTTON James 1841-56+ (age 40 in 1841Census)

SUTTON Robert 1858+

BORER Ann 1872+ Licensing Records 1872

BORER Esther 1881-82+ (widow age 38 in 1881Census)

HINKLEY Louis Frederick 1913-30+

THOMAS William F 1939+ Chatham News

THOMAS Florence WW2+ Next pub licensee had

WEBB William R 1980s Next pub licensee had

http://pubshistory.com/HornPlenty.shtml

 

Licensing Records 1872Licensing Records 1872

CensusCensus

Chatham NewsChatham News

 

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