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Sort file:- Tenterden, March, 2022.

Page Updated:- Saturday, 26 March, 2022.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1800s

New Inn

Latest ????

(Name to)

East Cross (High Street)

Tenterden

New Inn

Above photo, date unknown. Kindly sent by Garth Wyver. The pub being between the two trees on the right.

New Inn

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

New Inn

Above photo, date unknown.

New Inn quoit club

Above photo, date unknown, showing the new Inn Quoit Club, kindly sent by Moira Palmer. George Rummery is the man in the middle with arms crossed. He is Harry G Rummery's father.

Cockoo clock

Above cuckoo clock, kindly sent by Moira Palmer who says this used to be in the pub in about 1870.

 

The original building was part of a 15th century hall house, but was extensively altered in the 16th century. It became a beer house in the 1800s, and for a short time changed name to the "This Ancient Borough."

It was still referred to as a beer house when it was the property of the "Tenterden Brewery" the brewery went up for auction in February of 1922.

 

January 1906.

TENTERDEN. Quoit Club.

A general meeting of the members of the "New Inn," Quoit Club was held on Wednesday evening, when Mr. Robert Edwards was elected president and Mr. E. Sayers vice president. Mr. O Goldsmith captain and Mr. C. Dryland sub-captain. A strong committee was also appointed and Mr. H. G. Rummery unanimously re-elected secretary and treasurer. the report of the secretary was most satisfactory in regard to the financial position of the club and number of members. It was decided to play four out and home matches.

 

LICENSEE LIST

BUCKMAN Mary 1881+ (age 50 in 1881Census)

RUMMERY Harry George 1901-11+ (age 58 in 1911Census)(High Street)

 

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