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Sort file:- Folkestone, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Saturday, 22 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton and Jan Pedersen

Earliest 1845

Pilot Cutter

Latest 1859

 Harbour Street

Folkestone

From the Folkestone Chronicle 3 January 1857. Transcribed by Jan Pedersen.

Wednesday December 31st Before W. Major, J. Kelcey and G. Kennicott esqrs.

William Henry Swain, licensed victualler, was charged by Sergeant Fleet with keeping his house open at improper hours. The constable went to defendant's house, the "Pilot Boat", about 2 o'clock on Sunday morning last, and found some men standing smoking, and several glasses of beer on the table. They were all Folkestone men, and the landlord was present. Fined 1s and 8s 6d costs.

 

 

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