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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1858-

Good Intent

Latest 1858+

(Name to?)

 

Eastchurch

 

Only the one instant of this one found at present, but perhaps this one changed name to the "Wheatsheaf" as a James Hughes turned up as licensee there in 1871.

 

South Eastern Gazette, Tuesday 26th January 1858.

Sittingbourne. Petty sessions, Monday.

(Before the Rev. J. Poore, D.D., chairman, Sir John Tyldn, E. Twopenny, Esq., Rev. G. B. Moore, W. Bland Esq., and J. D. Dyke, Esq.)

James Hughes, of the "Good Intent" beer house, Eastchurch, Sheppey, was charged by P.C. 116, K.C.C., for keeping his house open during unlawful hours on the night of Saturday, the 2nd inst.

Fined 1 and costs.

 

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HUGHES James 1858+ Next pub licensee had

 

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