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Earliest 1605-

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Angel

Latest 1647+

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Address unknown

Folkestone

 

Unknown site, but mentioned in the Town Records of 1605:- Item: for win (sic) at the "Angle" when the Mayor was chosen, wine was supplied at a cost of 14s.

Widow Judith Angel is thought to have owned the house, obviously named after the surname, and is recorded as issued three score tuns of beer and one tun of wine.

William Angel is recorded as an inn-holder and victualler between 1640-46.

It is possible that previous to this the building was known as the "Priory Arms" and later the "British Lion."

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

16 November 1640.

Memorandum that on the sixteenth day of November, A.D. 1640, in the sixteenth year of the reign of our lord King Charles, now King of England, etc., there came into the presence of Benjamin Master, Mayor of the town of Folkestone in the county of Kent, Henry Kennett, Thomas Inmith, and Robert Culverden, jurats of the said town, justices of our lord King within the town and precincts, appointed to confirm and preserve the peace and also judge and determine different felonies and evil deeds, William Angell of the said town, victualler, and was bound for the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That whereas the above bounden William Angell is by the above Mayor and Jurats licensed and admitted to keep a victualling house in the said town. If therefore the above William Angell do observe, keep and use, or cause to be kept and used in his house good and honest rule and consideration, and do not in the same support of maintain or cause or suffer to be kept or maintained in the same, his house, any games at dice, cards, or any other unlawful games prohibited by the Laws and Statutes of this Realm of England, and especially by men's servants, apprentices, common labourers or idle persons in the same house or backside thereof, in the time of divine service or sermon on the Sabbath Day or other festival days, and does not wittingly or willingly lodge, support or maintain in the same house any person or woman of evil name, conversation or condition, or any other ungathered or unruled person or persons, and also do furnish or provide sufficient stable room and sufficient beds to lodge in such travelling persons as from time to time shall happen to have need of lodgings there during the time he shall keep victualling in the same house there, but acquaint the Mayor thereof or his Deputy that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 1st day of November, in the seventeenth year of the reign of our lord King Charles, now King of England, etc., there came into the presence of Benjamin Master, Mayor of the town of Folkestone in the county of Kent, Henry Kennett, Thomas Inmith, and Robert Culverden, jurats of the said town, justices of our lord King within the town and precincts, appointed to confirm and preserve the peace and also judge and determine different felonies and evil deeds, William Angell of the said town, victualler, and was bound for the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That whereas the above bounden William Angell is by the above Mayor and Jurats licensed and admitted to keep a victualling house in the said town. If therefore the above William Angell do observe, keep and use, or cause to be kept and used in his house good and honest rule and consideration, and do not in the same support of maintain or cause or suffer to be kept or maintained in the same, his house, any games at dice, cards, or any other unlawful games prohibited by the Laws and Statutes of this Realm of England, and especially by men's servants, apprentices, common labourers or idle persons in the same house or backside thereof, in the time of divine service or sermon on the Sabbath Day or other festival days, and does not wittingly or willingly lodge, support or maintain in the same house any person or woman of evil name, conversation or condition, or any other ungathered or unruled person or persons, and also do furnish or provide sufficient stable room and sufficient beds to lodge in such travelling persons as from time to time shall happen to have need of lodgings there during the time he shall keep victualling in the same house there, but acquaint the Mayor thereof or his Deputy that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 22nd March, 1641, William Angell, victualler, was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden William Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in his now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation in that behalf set forth that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 6th March, 1642, came in the presence of James Stiles, Mayor, Thomas Inmith and Robert Culverden, Jurats, William Angell, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden William Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in his now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of kind of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation and the laws and statutes of this land in that behalf made and provided that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the last day of October, 1642, in the presence of James Stiles, Mayor of this town, Folkestone, in the county of Kent, Jurats, his colleagues then associated with him, came William Angell, victualler, and was bound in 10.

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651

Memorandum that on the 18th day of March, 1643, came in the presence of Thomas Inmith, Mayor, and Jurats, William Angell, innholder, and was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden William Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in his now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of kind of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation and the laws and statutes of this land in that behalf made and provided that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 14th November, 1643, in the presence of Thomas Inmith, Mayor, and Jurats, came William Angell, victualler, and was bound in 10.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 3rd day of March, 1644, came in the presence of Stephen Chapman, Mayor of Folkestone, William Angell, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden William Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in his now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of kind of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation and the laws and statutes of this land in that behalf made and provided that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 14th October, 1644, in the presence of Stephen Chapman, Mayor, Francis Lovelace, Thomas Inmith, Robert Culverden and William Master, Jurats, came William Angell, of the said town, victualler, and was bound in 10.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 10th November, 1644, came in the presence of William Master, Mayor, William Angell, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 16th February, 1645, came in the presence of William Master, Mayor, William Angell, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden William Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in his now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of kind of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation and the laws and statutes of this land in that behalf made and provided that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 12th October, 1646, came in the presence of James Stiles, Mayor, and the Jurats, Elizabeth Angell, widow, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 28th February, 1647, came in the presence of Thomas Inmith, Mayor, and his colleagues, the Jurats, Elizabeth Angell, widow, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

The condition of this recognisance is such: That if the above bounden Elizabeth Angell do not or shall not during this present time of Lent dress or sell or cause or suffer to be dressed or eaten in her now dwelling house in Folkestone aforesaid, yards or backside, any manner of kind of flesh contrary to His Majesty's proclamation and the laws and statutes of this land in that behalf made and provided that then this recognisance to be void or else stand in force.

 

Folkestone Sessions Books 1641 – 1662 and Memoranda of Recognisances 1640 – 1651.

Memorandum that on the 25th October, 1647, came in the presence of Thomas Inmith, Mayor, and the Jurats, Elizabeth Angell, widow, victualler, and was bound in the sum of 10.

 

 

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ANGEL Judith (widow) 1605-40 Bastions

ANGEL William 1640-47 Bastions

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