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Sort file:- Chatham, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Friday, 21 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1864-

Lord Raglan

Latest 1919

245 New Road

Chatham

 

The Pigot's Directory of 1872 indicated that the premises was operating under a Beer license and was owned by James Budden of Chatham. James Budden was owner of a wine and spirit business before amalgamating with Biggs Brothers Steam brewery of Strood in 1897.

The premises was built in 1856, part of a terrace called Pembroke place; it shut down in 1919 due to a lack of trade and was later demolished to allow widening of "new road".

Ind Coope & Co Ltd purchased the pub from Budden & Biggs Brewery Ltd by conveyance and assignment dated 23 March 1931. The pub held a full license.

There is also a "New Lord Raglan" situated in Pembroke Place.

 

LICENSEE LIST

1858/James Parsons

HILBURN George 1867-73+ (also Journeyman Painter age 55 in 1871Census)

TAYLOR William Edward 1872+ Licensing Records 1872

LANGLEY Thomas 1881+ (age 46 in 1881Census)

POTTS George 1891+ (also General Labourer widower age 67 in 1891Census)

http://pubshistory.com/LordRaglan.shtml

 

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