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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1626-

Lilypot

Latest 1858-

(Name to)

Dover Street

Canterbury

 

Open in 1801 this pub was operating as the "Nag's Head" by 1858.

 

From the Historic Canterbury web site www.machadoink.com

"Three messuages in Dover Lane in St. George the Martyr, Canterbury, including one called the Lily Pot, admission of Peter Wynne to freedom of the City of Canterbury, 1626"

 

"as noted in a will dated July 1, 1675 proved in England To my youngest son, Joshua Wynne, one house and Oatmeal mill lying the Dover Lane without St. George's in Canterbury, commonly called Lilly Pot; and two houses adjoining where a Ropemaker and one Rawlings were formerly tenants."

 

 

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