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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest ????

(Name from)

Ye Olde George Inn

2020 (Name to)

Church Street

Shoreham

01959 522017

https://whatpub.com/old-george-inn

Ye Olde George Inn 1918

Above photo, circa 1918, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Ye Olde George Inn 1924

Above photo, circa 1924, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Ye Olde George 1926

Above photo, circa 1926, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Ye Olds George regulars 1927

Above photo, circa 1927, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Ye Olde George Inn

Above postcard, date unknown, kindly sent by Mark Jennings.

Ye Olde George Inn 1961

Above postcard, postmarked 1961.

Above postcard, circa 2006, kindly sent by Rory Kehoe.

Ye Old George Inn Ye Olde George Inn 2013

Photos above July 2013 kindly sent by Joe Neary.

Ye Olds George Inn 2008

Above photo April 2008, by Eric Hartland.

 

Not sure when it happened, or indeed why, but the pub appears to be called "Ye Olde George Inn" now.

 

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser, Friday 11 March 1932.

Prominent Shoreham Footballer Weds.

Mr. J. C. Summerfield - Miss F. E. Checksfield.

The wedding of Miss Florence Elsie Checksfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Checksfield, of Copt Hall Cottage, Shoreham, and Mr. John Charles Summerfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Summerfield, of "Ye Old George Inn," Shoreham, took place at the Parish Church on Saturday, the Rev. A. Payne officiating.

The bridegroom was a prominent member of the defunct Shoreham Football Club and a member of the Cricket Club. He also turned out for the Sevenoaks Vine Cricket Club on several occasions last year.

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an ankle length dress of white georgette with coatee to match and a veil of old lace (lent by Mrs. Hillier). She also wore a wreath of orange blossom and pearls. Her bouquet consisted of pink and white carnations and white heather.

Her mother wore a dress of blue silk marocain and hat to tone.

Miss Winifred Checksfield, Miss Rhoda Checkfield, Miss Lily Checksfield "sisters of the bride" and Miss May Cole were the bridesmaids. They were dressed in floral green silk taffeta with coatees and caps to match and green silk shoes. They carried bouquets of daffodils.

The bridegroom's gift to the bridesmaids took the form of pearl necklaces.

Mr. George Summerfield (bridegroom's brother) was best man.

The reception was held at "Ye Old Georg Inn," where about 50 guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Summerfield later left for their honeymoon, which was spent at Hove, the bride wearing a red crepe dress and blue coat and hat.

They will make their home at Shoreham.

List of presents.

Brides mother and father, mirror oxidize scuttle;

Bridegroom's Mother and Father, cheque;

Brides Grandfather, cash;

Misses W. and L. Checksfield, toilet set;

Miss R Checksfield, bedspread;

Miss Cole and Mr. G checksfield, rug;

Mr, and Mrs, G, Summerfield jun., art pot;

Mr. and Mrs. A Summerfield, rug;

Miss Lawrence, linen sheets;

Mr. and Mrs. Bolton, cash;

Mr. and Mrs. E. Checksfield and Family, bolster and pillow slips;

Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones (Canada), silver fruit baskets;

Mr. and Mrs. and Annie (Canada), cash;

Mrs. S Checksfield, tablecloth;

Mr. and Mrs. Austin, cash;

Mr. and Mrs. J. Summerfield, (Hastings), cheque;

Miss Brown and Mrs. Smeathman, blankets and eiderdown;

Rev. and Mrs. A. Payne, early morning tea set and tray;

Cynthia Crawford, silk electric light shade;

Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, oak biscuit barrel.

Mr. and Mrs. Hillier, oak tray;

Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Peter, sandwich set;

Mr. and Mrs. Beadle, silk cushion and table cover;

Mrs. Lawrence, cake plate;

Miss H Gordon and Miss Moore, oak bookcase and silver teapot stand;

Miss W. Parsons, pillow slips;

Mr. and Mrs. Reines, salad bowl and glass dishes;

Mr. T. Chatfield and Miss Gentry, set of carvers;

Miss Watson, bread cake and flower bins;

Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury and Joan, set of jugs;

Mr. and Mrs. C. Walker, tablecloth;

Mr. and Mrs. Winn, teapot;

Miss Skinner, glass dish;

Shoreham Whist Drive, tea set;

Mr. and Mrs. Ede, tea knives;

Mr. and Mrs. S Checksfield, jam spoonm pickle fork, butter knife;

Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker, tray-cloth;

Mr. and Mrs. Cole, kitchen ware;

Mr. Eric Cole, gift;

Miss D. Cole, egg-cups and cosies;

Mr. and Mrs. B. Clifton, table and tray cloths and dushesso set.

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Summerfield and Peter, plate basket and trinket set;

Mr. and Mrs. A Summerfield, tea service;

Lenny, biscuit barrel;

Mr. Coffee, butter knife;

Mr. and Mrs. H. Summerfield and Family, clock;

Mr. and Mrs. Braund, tablecloth;

Mr. H. Braund, cruet;

Employees at Kingsbury's, casserole;

Church Cottages, glass jug and vass;

Mr. and Mrs. P. Stephens, clothes basket;

Mr. and Mrs. Swaisland, bowl of hyacinths;

Mr. and Mrs. Maddox, sheets;

Mrs. Handcocks, milk covers;

Mrs. Lennard, tablecloth;

Mr. and Mrs. Burrows, cheese dish;

Miss J. Checksfield, tablecloth;

Mr. and Mrs. A Booker, cushion cover.

 

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser 09 January 1948.

SHOREHAM LICENSEE'S FUNERAL.

The funeral of Mr. George Summerfield, licensee of "Ye Olde George Inn," Shoreham for 22 years, whose death was recorded last week, took place on Wednesday at Shoreham Parish Church.

 

Apparently this closed some time after 2020 and when it reopened again was name the "Samuel Palmer."

 

LICENSEE LIST

SUMMERFIELD George 1932-39+ (age 64 in 1939)

 

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