Lord Raglan, 245 New Road, Chatham

Chatham pub history index

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Chatham, Kent .

Residents at this address

1858/James Parsons/../../../Melvilles Directory

Our research shows this was actually a Beer house rather than a pub, part of the beerhouse act of 1830. the premises was built in 1856, part of a terrace called Pembroke place; it shut down in 1919 due to a lack of trade and was later demolished to allow widening of "new road".  Licensing records show our G.G.G granddad George Hilburn was the "landlord" from 1867 to 1873, George appears as head of house new lord raglan on 1871 census. *

1871/George Hilburn/Journeyman Painter & Beer Seller/55/Deptford, Kent/Census *
1871/Ann Hilburn/Wife/60/Chatham, Kent/Census
1871/Alice Hilburn/Grand Daughter/5/Chatham, Kent/Census

1881/Thomas Langley/Beer Retailer/46/Wokingham, Berkshire/Census
1881/Amelia Langley/Wife/42/Wokingham, Berkshire/Census
1881/Henry Langley/Son/16/Chatham, Kent/Census
1881/Mary Higgenbottom/Lodger, Needlewoman, Widow/57/Chatham, Kent/Census

1891/George Potts/General Labourer, Widow/67/Petham, Dorset/Census
1891/Thomas G Potts/Son, Beer Retailer/42/Lyminge, Dorset/Census
1891/Mary E Castle/Daughter, Manageress, Widow/37/Petham, Dorset/Census
1891/James Potts/Son, General Labourer/25/Petham, Dorset/Census

* Provided By Darren Hilburn

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