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Sort file:- Tunbridge Wells, April, 2019.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 14 April, 2019.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1828-

Flying Dutchman

Latest 1874+

London Road

Royal Tunbridge Wells

 

Found as early as 1828 at present and as late as 1861.

 

From the Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, 21 September 1861.

Petty Sessions, Wednesday.

(Before T. F. Bailey, Esq., Major Scoones, H. T. Moore, and A. Potts, Esqs.)

The licences to the public houses in the division were renewed with the exception of the "Flying Dutchman," Tunbridge, which was suspended for a fortnight, on the complaint of Superintendent Dance, and that of the "Oxenhoath Yeoman," Dunks Green, suspended for further inquiries, in consequence of reports that on Sunday, August 18th, 15 persons were found in the house smoking and drinking at a quarter before 12 in the morning.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier, 19 August 1874.

An Extra Hour Allowed.

On the application of Mr. Warner, solicitor, the Bench granted an extension of 1 hour to Mr. C. Woodman, of the "Flying Dutchman Inn," on the occasion of the annual dinner of the Foresters' Friendly Society being held.

 

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WOODMAN C 1828+ Kent and Sussex Courier

STREATER Thomas to Mar/1861

CRISPE Henry Mar/1861+

WOODMAN C 1874+ Kent and Sussex Courier

 

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