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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1891-

Plumber's Arms

Closed 1908

14 High Street

Sevenoaks

 

The pub closed through redundancy in 1908.

 

Globe, Thursday 22 October 1908.

Extinction of Licenses.

Kent Licensing Committee yesterday awarded nearly 20,000 as compensation for the extinction of the licences of 23 public houses situated in the western and mid-division of Kent.

The following were among the sums awarded.

"New Inn," Frindsbury, Rochester, 1,382;

"Plumber's Arms," Sevenoaks, 1,578;

"Man o' Kent," Luton Road, Chatham, 1,058;

"Bricklayer's Arms," High Street, Sevenoaks, 1,041;

"Forester's Arms," High Street, Beckenham, 1,374;

"White Horse," Deptford Road, Dartford, 995.

 

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser 07 December 1906.

LICENSING BUSINESS.

SEVENOAKS DID NOT AGREE WITH HIM.

With regards to the license of the "Plummers Arms," London Road, Sevenoaks, application was made for the transfer from Mr. Thomas Arnold Curtis to Mr. James Albert Walker. Sergeant Paramour told the magistrates that the outgoing tenant had only been in the house about a month, but he had a doctor's certificate to the effect that he found now that Sevenoaks did not agree with him. The incoming tenant had held a license in the Borough of Maidstone for the last eight years, and the police reported it had been conducted in a very satisfactory manner. The transfer was granted.

 

LICENSEE LIST

HAYWARD Henry 1891+ (age 50 in 1891, beerhouse keeper)

JUDD Harry Next pub licensee had to Oct/1906

Last pub licensee had CURTIS James Thomas Arnold Oct/1906-Dec/06

WALKER James Albert Dec/1906+

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