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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1881-

Steam Engine

Latest ????

Arden Street

Gillingham

Steam Engine

Above postcard, date unknown.

Steam Engine 1950

Above photo, circa 1950.

 

I have also found a "Steam Engine" in the nearby town of Frindsbury, however the licensee was a James William Shrubb from 1930 to 1938.

The Wateringbury History Society have also noted that in 1917: Messrs. Leney & Sons, brewers of Wateringbury, Kent, were fined 100 and 10. 10s. costs for excessive brewing.

 

Dover Express 12 October 1934.

LICENSING SESSIONS. APPLICATION BY NEW CLUB.

The deferred licensing transfer sessions were held at the Town Hall on Friday, before Messes. W. J. Barnes, W. B Brett, S. J. Livings, W. L. Law, C. W. Chitty, Mrs. Binge and Miss Elnor.

The following transfers were effected:....

The "Greyhound," Union Row, from Robert L. Hartley, to Bertram Forster, late of the "Steam Engine Inn," Gillingham, Kent;.....

 

LICENSEE LIST

FORSTER Bertram to Oct/1934 Next pub licensee had

 

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