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Earliest 1833-

Star

Latest 1908+

 

Coxheath

 

Only instance I have found for this to date is from the Kent and Sussex Courier of 9 December 1904 when they mention some licensee changes.

Further research has found the following.

 

From the Maidstone and Kentish Journal, Tuesday 18 June 1833.

Cricket.

Cricket

A Match of cricket will be played at the Star Inn, Coxheath, on Friday next, June 21st, 1833, between the Gentlemen of Coxheath club, and the Gentlemen of Hadlow Club. The Wickets to be pitched at 10 o'clock precisely. N. B. A good ordinary at 2 by W. May.
 

South Eastern Gazette. Tuesday 09 December 1845.

DEATH.

Dec. 5, Maria, wife of Mr. George Snashall, of the Star Inn," Coxheath, aged 41 years, much respected.

The 1841 census mentions George Snashall as a Cooper age 50, but no mention of the pub.

 

Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, Saturday 11th August 1860.

Cranbrook.

William Paine, a waggoner in the employ of Mr. John Cotton, of Folly Hill Farm, in this parish, was brought up at the petty sessions, charged with stealing a truss of hay, the property of his master, on the 9th of July last.

Case dismissed.

George Morris, ostler at the "Star Inn," Coxheath, was charged with unlawfully receiving one truss of hay, knowing it to have been stolen, but as there was no evidence beyond that given in the former case the bench ordered Morris to be discharged.

William Paine was then charged with refusing to obey the orders given to him by his master, Mr. John Cotton.

Fined 5s. and 8s. 6d. costs. 

 

LICENSEE LIST

SNASHALL George 1845+

FULLER James to Dec/1904 Kent and Sussex Courier

ADDY William Dec/1904+ Kent and Sussex Courier

 

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