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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton and Jan Pedersen

Earliest 1862-

Jolly Sailor

Latest 1865+

(Name to)

16 The Stade

Radnor Street

Folkestone

 

With three other pubs with the same name in Folkestone at different times, this one was noted from between 1862 and 1864 and has changed name many times.

 

From the Folkestone Chronicle 27 August, 1864.

GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING - SPECIAL SESSIONS

Wednesday 24th August:- Before Captain Kennicott R.N., James Tolputt, and A.M. Leith, Esqs.

Applications for new licences were made by Mr. Minter, and in each case granted, for the following persons:- Robert Burvill, "Jolly Sailor," Radnor Street.

Note: This information is at odds with More Bastions.

 

Folkestone Observer 19 November 1864.

POSSESSING A LURCHER

Tuesday November 15th:- Before Captain Kennicott R.N. and W. Bateman, James Tolputt and A.M. Leith Esqs.

Richard Bayley was granted a temporary authority to sell excisable liquors at the Jolly Sailor under the license granted to Robert Burvill.

Note: This license change is at variance with More Bastions.

 

Folkestone Chronicle 24 June 1865.

Advertisement.

W. Cockett's Estate, in Bankruptcy.

For Sale, by private contract, all that brick and tile built house, in Radnor Street, known as the Jolly Sailor Beerhouse, in the occupation of Mr. George Chaner, and all those workshops and stores in the rear of the above house, and facing the Harbour, in the occupation of Mr. W. Graves, and others.

Apply to Mr. John Banks, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Tontine Street, agent to the Assignee.

Note: No mention of Chaner in More Bastions.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

BURVILL William circa 1862-64 Bastions

BURVILL Robert Aug/1864 Folkestone Chronicle

BAYLEY/BAILEY Richard Nov/1864 Folkestone Observer

DAVIDSON Joseph 1864-65 Bastions

CHANER George 1865

Renamed "Skylark."

 

BastionsFrom More Bastions of the Bar by Easdown and Rooney

Folkestone ChronicleFrom the Folkestone Chronicle

Folkestone ObserverFrom the Folkestone Observer

 

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