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Sort file:- Deal, March, 2021.

Page Updated:- Wednesday, 31 March, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1803-

(Name from)

Fleur de Luce

Latest 1854-

(Name to)

 Market Place

Deal

 

From records held in Lambeth Palace Library.

The deeds are held under the TA references shown. The starred number is the number in the 19th century rentals held at Lambeth.

TA 279/1-23 *198.

Leases from 1699, but the name of the "Fleur de Luce" in 1803 and the "Providence" in 1854 although it might have been called that before 1803. The "Fleur de Lis" in Union Road dates from 1818 although a licensee had it in 1804.

 

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal, Tuesday 11 February 1806.

DEAL and WALMER. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT.

Good, substantial, and convenient BREWHOUSE, with the Store-houses, Yard and Appurtenances, in the Parish of WALMER, late in the occupation of Mr George Quested:-

......

A convenient Dwelling-House, in Broad-street, in Deal, late in the occupation of Mr. Quested, and now of Mr. Ladd. Another Dwelling-House in Deal, near the old Marketplace, late the "Fleur-de-Lis" Public House.

For particulars apply at the office of Mr. May, in Deal.

 

 

Not to be confused with the "Fleur di Lis" in Union Road, which dates from 1818 although a licensee had it in 1804.

I'm still not certain about these three pubs; the "Fleur de Luce," the "Fleur di Lis" and the "Three Fleurs de Luce," as slightly different addresses have been given for each of them, but I would say that the "Three Fleurs de Luce" and the "Fleur de Luce" are one and the same but referred to slightly differently.

 

LICENSEE LIST

 

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