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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Beer Retailers

East & West Malling

 

PIGOT'S Directory 1828.

BRAINE George, Spirit Dealer.

WILLIAMS John, Spirit Dealer.

 

PIGOT'S Directory 1832.

DICKENSON Henry, Brewers.

 

CENSUS 1841.

BLUNDELL George (age 45, unknown pub name East Malling Street)

HOMEWOOD Sprigg, age 48, Inn Keeper.

 

Southeastern Gazette, 12 April 1853.

MALLING.

Petty Sessions, April 4. (Before J. W. Stratford, Esq., chairman, J. A. Wigan, M. H. Dalison, W. Lee, R. Tassell, and J. Woodbridge, Esqrs., Sir F. Stapleton, and Capt. Randolph).

Frances Thompson was charged with having her house open for the sale of beer at four o’clock, on Good Friday.

Baker said he went to the house and found it fastened; he obtained admission and found three persons in the cellar. They had a pot and some beer.

Mrs. Thompson said her son had come from Maidstone to see her, and had brought two friends with him; she gave them the beer, as they were going on to Paddock Wood. The son corroborated her statement, and said there was no money paid for the beer.

Fined 5s. and costs.

 

Southeastern Gazette, 12 April 1853.

MALLING.

Petty Sessions, April 4. (Before J. W. Stratford, Esq., chairman, J. A. Wigan, M. H. Dalison, W. Lee, R. Tassell, and J. Woodbridge, Esqrs., Sir F. Stapleton, and Capt. Randolph).

T. Roff beer-shop keeper, was charged with having his house open for the sale of beer at ten minutes past four p.m., on Good Friday.

Fined 1 10s. and costs, being the second offence.

 

South Eastern Gazette, 11 December, 1860.

MALLING, WEST. Infringement of the Beer Act.

At the Petty Sessions, last week, Henry Jessopp, beerhouse keeper of East Malling, was charged with having his house open on Sunday, the 14th October, at unlawful hours. Defendant said he did not draw any beer before the time stipulated, and called a witness who confirmed this.

Defendant, however, was fined 20s. and costs.

 

Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, Saturday 15 December 1860.

Malling, West.

At the Petty Sessions, last week, Henry Jessop, beerhouse keeper of East Malling, was charged with having his house open on Sunday, 14th October at unlawful hours.

Defendant said he did not draw any beer before the time stipulated, and called a witness who confirmed this.

Defendant, however, was fined 20s. and costs.

 

From the Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, 7 December 1861.

Malling.

Thomas Brook, beer-house keeper, was charged with selling beer to be drunk on the premises, his licence prohibited him from selling the same to be consumed in the house.

The evidence being of a very conflicting nature the case was adjourned for further particulars.

(Further information on Thomas Brook. Click here.)

 

Maidstone Telegraph - Saturday 11 October 1862.

Mrs. Mary Cook, landlady of a beer house at the East Malling, was convicted on unlawfully allowing gaming in her house, contrary to the statute.

Defendant pleaded ignorance, but it was shown by the police officer that a number of boys were regularly in the habit of assembling at her house to play at a game called "nine-pins," on a table, and another game vulgarly known as "shove halfpenny." These games were played for beer which was served them by the defendant herself, and there was a good deal of betting for halfpence constantly going on. The bench fined her 3, and refused to allow any time in which to pay.

 

 

Census 1871.

ARCHER Charles, Back Street, age 71, Inn Keeper.

 

Census 1881.

LURCOCK Mary A, age 46, Inn Keeper.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier, 10 July, 1914.

 The Magistrates granted the transfer for an off-license at West Malling for sweets, wines and spirits, from John Barten to Thomas Oscar Blanks.

 

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