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Sort file:- Whitstable, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Sunday, 23 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1747

(Name from)

Duke William

Latest 1748

(Name to)

High Street

Whitstable

 

The pub was renamed the "Duke William" by licensee Robert Chandler in 1747 to honour the Duke of Cumberland who had just crushed the Scottish rebellion at Culloden. A year later the name was changed again, this time to the "Duke of Cumberland."

 

I am not at present intending on doing comprehensive research into the Whitstable area as yet, but during my research I have found reference to this pub, so have included it here.

At present, all I have time to include are photographs, trawled from the internet, if found, so apologies for the quality in some cases, and for the fact that these are not my own. But this is better than nothing at present.

As time allows and I find or are sent further information or pictures regarding this pub I will be adding further information to this page. I am certainly interested in any old photographs you may have, or information regarding licensees names and years of service.

If anything is incorrect on these pages, please let me know. Your help is appreciated.

 

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