|PUB LIST||PUBLIC HOUSES||Paul Skelton|
21 Park Street
At the Deal Licensing Register renewal sessions 8 September, the license to this premises was refused and not granted again until 11 September 1862, I do not know the reason why as yet, probably something to do with licensee Hutchingson, although the paper below does indicate that it was open for business early in 1860.
Pikes 1908 advertise this establishment as being between St. George's Music Hall and Shirley House, Giraud & Sons.
Kelly's Directory 1934 stated that the premises at 21 Park Street was listed as the "Park Fish & Chip Saloon."
Damaged by enemy fire on January 4th 1944. The landlord and his wife were both killed, but their baby daughter and the family dog survived this direct hit.
HUTCHINS J T to 1858-59+ alehouse
EASTES Benjamin Richard 1860
PRIOR Charles Oct/1860
KING John to Jun/1872
RICKETS Benjamin James Jun/1872-74+
WEBB Henry Edward James 1882-1922+
THEOBALD Henry F 1934-38+
From the Post Office Directory 1874
From the Post Office Directory 1882
From the Post Office Directory 1891
From the Kelly's Directory 1899
From the Post Office Directory 1913
Deal Library List 1914
From the Post Office Directory 1922
From the Kelly's Directory 1934
From the Post Office Directory 1938
From the Deal Telegram
From the Deal Walmer & Sandwich Mercury
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