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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1873-

Prince of Wales

Latest 1891+

 

Tonbridge

 

I have seen mention of a pub with this name in Tonbridge and described as a beer house.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier. 29 August 1873. Price 1d.

BREWSTER SESSIONS.

This was the annual licensing day, and Superintendent Dance laid his report before the Bench, in which it was stated that there were no complaints except against the following houses:—

Augustus Ricoumini, of the "Prince of Wales" beerhouse, Tonbridge, had been fined 1 and costs for a breach of his license, on the 25th March last, and he also underlet the house to a man named Funnell.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier, 3 October, 1873.

ADJOURNED LICENSING DAY.

Renewals were also granted to the following, Superintendent Dance reporting favourably of their conduct:— William Funnell (Tonbridge), "Prince of Wales;"

 

LICENSEE LIST

RICOUMINI Augustus 1873+ Kent and Sussex Courier

FUNNELL William 1871-73+ (age 55 in 1871Census)

FUNNELL Sarah 1891+ (age 64 in 1891Census)

 

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