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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1871-

Rose and Crown Inn

Open 2020+

London Road / 87 Carpenter's Lane / Ashes Lane

Fairfield

Hadlow

01732 850242

https://www.roseandcrownhadlow.co.uk/

https://whatpub.com/rose-crown

Above postcard, date unknown.

Rose and Crown 2012

Photo by Oast House Archives 2010 from http://www.flickr.com.

Rose and Crown 2015

Above photo, April 2015, kindly sent by Brian Curtis.

Rose and Crown sign 1993Rose and Crown sign 2012

Above sign left, June 1993, sign right 2012.

With thanks from Brian Curtis www.innsignsociety.com.

Stephen Benhadad Bowles 1900

Above photo showing licensees husband, circa 1900. Mr Stephen Benhadad Bowles (1845-1902). Kindly sent by Lavender Jones.

 

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser, 03 September 1870.

Annual licensing.

Spirit licences were also refused to the "Rose and Crown," Hadlow, the "Brown Jug," Hadlow, and the "Greyhound," Bow Beach.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier 27 June, 1873. Price 1d.

TEMPORARY AUTHORITIES AND TRANSFERS.

Application was made by Mr. Elliott, manager to Messrs. Kelsey, brewers, of Tonbridge Wells, for the transfer of the "Fountain Inn," Cowden, from Robert King to Jesse Stemp. The license of the "Royal Oak Inn," Southborough, was transferred from Thomas Chapman to Thomas Box. The certificate of the "Rose and Crown" beerhouse, Hadlow, was transferred from the trustee under liquidation by arrangement of the effects of Henry Seager to Rickard Larkin, and that of the "Prince of Wales" beerhouse, Hadlow, from Edward Paries to Charles Heath.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier, Friday 28 September 1888.

To Brewers and Others.

The "Rose and Crown," Hadlow, Kent. A valuable freehold property.

Messrs. Langridge are instructed to sell by auction, at the "Rose and Crown Hotel," Tonbridge, on Tuesday October 9th, 1888, at 3 o'clock punctually, the well-known old established and much frequented beerhouse, distinguished as the "Rose and Crown," Hadlow, with Grocery Shop, 3 bedrooms, large sitting room, dining room, taproom, scullery, bakehouse, &c.; excellent stabling and about 2as. 0r. 2p. of valuable Market Garden and Building Land, having a frontage of about 371 feet to the main road from Hadlow to Tonbridge, and a return frontage to the Shipbourne Road of about 300 feet.

The business has been successfully carried on by the present occupier for upwards of thirty years, it is in the centre of a large hop growing district and there is no other inn or beer house on the main road between Hadlow and Tonbridge (a distance of nearly 4 miles), and on which the traffic is very large. The property is now any occupation of Mr. S. B. Bowls, at the low rate of 52 per annum, under agreement expiring at Michaelmas. Possession can be had on completion of the purchase.

Particulars and conditions of sale may be had of Messrs. Burne, Hunt and Burne, solicitors, 1, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W.C.; at the place of sale; or of Messrs. Langridge, Estate Agents and Valuers, Tunbridge Wells, and 28, Queen Street, London E.C.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier 30 August 1901.

TRANSFERS.

The "Rose and Crown," beer-house, the Freehold, Hadlow, from Mrs. Jane Lorne to Mr. Charles Chantler.

 

Kent & Sussex Courier 06 February 1914.

TONBRIDGE BREWSTER SESSIONS. SIX LICENCES HELD UP.

The Chairman said that all the licenses would be renewed, with the exception of the following, which would be adjourned for further consideration:- .... Southborough; the "Rose and Crown," ....

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier, 6 March, 1914.

TONBRIDGE BREWSTER SESSIONS.

THE ADJOURNED MEETING.

THREE HOUSES REFERRED.

The adjourned meeting of the Tonbridge Brewster Sessions was held on Tuesday morning, when the Magistrates present were: Mr. C. W Powell (in the chair), Colonel Stanley Williams, and Mr. W. Baldwin.

ROSE AND CROWN.

Mr. Cripps applied for the renewal of the license of the "Rose and Crown," Hadlow.

P.S. Marsh said the nearest house was within 400 yards. There were 34 cottages near it. It was a modern, well-fitted house, and capable of taking the trade of the two preceding houses.

Mr. Cripps stated that the average trade was about two barrels a week.

The Chairman said the Bench had decided the licence of the "Rose and Crown" would be renewed.

 

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser 11 February 1949.

An application by Maurice William Brough, "Royal Oak," Tonbridge, was referred to the adjourned sessions on March 8, as was one by Frederick Ernest Perrin, "Rose and Crown," Hadlow.

The reference to the "Royal Oak" could well refer to the "Royal Oak" addressed as Shipbourne Road, or the "Royal Oak" addressed at Lower Hayesdown Road. Paul Skelton.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

SEAGER Henry 1871-June/73 (age 46 in 1871Census) Kent and Sussex Courier

LARKIN Henry June/1873+ Kent and Sussex Courier

BOWLES Mary A 1881-91+ (also Farmer age 49 in 1891Census)

MANKELOW George 1891+ (age 34 in 1891Census)

LORNE/LORNS Jane Mrs to Aug/1901 (widow age 69 in 1901Census)

CHANTLER Charles Aug/1901+

JACKSON Arthur Fred 1911-June/24 (also Farmer age 36 in 1911Census) Sevenoaks Chronicle

McCREADIE Alexander June/1924-27+ Sevenoaks Chronicle

PERRIN Frederick Ernest 1945-57+

HATCHER R A 1958-62

LEGG L W 1963+

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Kent and Sussex CourierKent and Sussex Courier

Sevenoaks ChronicleSevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser

CensusCensus

 

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