DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Page Updated:- Tuesday, 20 November, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1812

Royal Exchange

Latest 1964

(Name to)

Church Street

Burham

 

Built in 1812, and changed name around about 1964 to the "Toastmaster Inn". The pub served the needs of the thirsty workers in the local cement industry for many years, and it is known that at one time its cellar served as the village mortuary!

 

PROBATE

William Parker of the "Royal Exchange Inn," Burham, Kent, Licensed Victualler, died 26 July 1897 to Charles Jessup Licensed Victualler.

 

LICENSEE LIST

WIFFEN Jeremiah 1861+ (age 32 in 1861Census)

PARKER William 1871-July/97 dec'd (age 41 in 1871Census)

CHURCHILL George 1901+ (age 51 in 1901Census)

BATES John Henry to July/1914 Kent and Sussex Courier

ELKINGTON George July/1914+ Kent and Sussex Courier

 

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