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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest May 1857

(Name from)

Seagull

Latest Sept 1857

(Name to)

69 Beach Street.

Deal

 

Originally called the "Ship" but changed name to the "Seagull" on 7 May 1857 when it was transferred to Edmund Hadlow. Evidentially, Samuel Baker the previous landlord, murdered an Ensign named McCarroll there and so not wanting to be associated with murder the name was changed.

However, it lost its license in September of the same year and then changed name to the "Clarendon."

 

From the Deal Licensing Register, 7 May, 1857.

Previously the "Ship," on transfer from Samuel Baker to Edmund Hadlow. Licence not renewed at Annual Sessions, September 1857.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

HADLOW Edmund May/1857-Sept/57

 

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