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Sort file:- Deal, December, 2018.

Page Updated:- Friday, 21 December, 2018.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1870

(Name from)

Wine Shades

Latest 1885

(Name to)

Beach Street

Deal

Wine Shades

Above photo, which shows a mock up sign on the building we see today, kindly sent by Steve Glover and Michael Rogers.

Clarendon Hotel, Deal, date unknown

Above photo taken in 1930, showing the "Wine Shades" in the centre.

 

The premises of the now "Clarendon Hotel" was once three buildings, from around 1859 part of them was opened as the "Clarendon Commercial and Family Hotel". The "Royal Clarendon Hotel" made an appearance in 1868 and in 1870 the "Wine Shades" appeared. I believe this was named as such for a few years when the "Clarendon Hotel" closed for a short time. I am unsure when the three houses were knocked into the one "Clarendon Hotel" we know today but the "Wine Shades" changed name to the "Clarendon Hotel" in 1885..

J T Outwin was licensee of the "Black Horse" and also licensed to keep the "Wine Shades" the same having been lately  used as part of the "Royal Clarendon Hotel" and the said J T Outwin having removed from the "Clarendon" neglected to apply for the renewal of the licence. I believe this is the same Outwin as Outwin & Co of 71 Sloane Street, London, owners of various "Commercial and Family Hotels."

In 1872 the owners were the Trustees of the Union Club.

 

LICENSEE LIST

OUTWIN J T & Co 1870 Deal Licensing Register(Owners)

 

Deal Licensing RegisterDeal Licensing Register

 

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