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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton & Jan Pedersen

Earliest 1850-

City of Boulogne

Latest 1850

(Name to)

8 Tontine Street

Folkestone

 

Nothing known of this one to date apart from the following mention that indicates it became the "Clarendon."

 

Canterbury Journal 7 September 1850.

The new hotel, called the "Clarendon," will open under favourable auspices in the early part of this month.

The 29th was the General Annual Licensing day, when all the old licences were renewed, and a new one granted to John Back for the "Jolly Sailor."

The licence granted to Christopher Porter for the "City of Boulogne" was transferred to Alfred Rayment, and the sign altered to the Clarendon.

Note: No previous record of Porter or the proposed City of Boulogne.

 

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