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Sort file:- Folkestone, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Saturday, 22 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1862

Star and Garter

Latest Oct 1975

21 Harvey Street

Folkestone

Former Star and Garter

Above photo kindly sent by Jan Pedersen on 16 May 2011, showing the former "Star and Garter"

 

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald, Saturday 13 February 1926.

On the 19th October, 1925, Annie Arthur, of the "Star and Garter" Public house, for supplying intoxicating liquor during non-permitted hours.

Case dismissed with a caution.

 

Any further information or indeed photographs would be appreciated. Please email me at the address below.

This page is still to be updated.

 

LICENSEE LIST

MASKELL Philip Maskell 1862-74

MASKELL Benjamin and STEPHENSON Thomas 1874

MASKELL Maria 1874-78

Last pub licensee had JACKSON Henry 1878-83 Next pub licensee had (age 42 in 1881Census)

DAINES Henry 1883-94

ARTHUR William 1894-1911

ARTHUR Annie 1911-43

BINFIELD Dorothy 1943-62

BURSTOW Raymond 1962-64

ORAM Walter 1964-68

CARDNO Kenneth 1968-75

 

Izy Morcroft-Sharp says "Annie Arthur, I believe is Williams daughter-in-law/wife of his eldest son who died during ww1 in 1918." An email received from Clive Batcheldor (5 Nov 2013) states the following:- "I think you will find that Annie is in fact the widow of William Arthur who died in the final quarter of 1911. Anna nee Hollands, the widow of William Neville Arthur (the son of William Arthur) died in 1935."

 

If anyone should have any further information, or indeed any pictures or photographs of the above licensed premises, please email:-

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