Camden Arms, 34 Kemp Street, Brighton

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

Residents at this address.

1854/Ellis Saunders/../../../Brighton Directory

1859/C Davis/../../../Post Office Directory

1866/Mrs C Ellis../../../Post Office Directory

1878/James Nicholls/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/James Nicholls/Licensed Victualler/56/Littlington, Sussex/Census
1881/Susannah Nicholls/Wife/44/Felpham, Sussex/Census
1881/Harry W Nicholls/Son/16/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1881/Edith M Nicholls/Daughter/4/Brighton, Sussex/Census
1881/William Methness/Lodger, Horse Dealer/45/Edinburgh, Scotland/Census

1890/George Ellis/../../../Post Office Directory

My great grandmother was running the pub at 34 Kemp Street with her new (third husband ) in 1894 ( see attached marriage certificate). Just as an aside, she puts her age as 'around 40' on the certificate. She was in fact aged 53, married to a man of 24. Not bad for third time round. ***

31st March 1894 Marriage certificate: ***
Ernest Clifford Dyer, 24 years, bachelor and pianist (son of William Dyer, Photographer) of 34 Kemp Street marries Mary Tidy, about 40 years, Hotel Keeper and Widow, of 34 Kemp Street (daughter of John Allis Pace, Hotel Keeper) ***
There is an John Allis Pace at the Kings Head, Hastings in 1858,

1899/Joseph O'Connor/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Joseph O'Connor/Licensed Victualler/39/Swalecliff, Kent/Census
1901/Mary O'Connor/Wife/34/Ireland/Census
1901/Maggie O'Grady/Sister in Law, Assistant/21/Ireland/Census

*** Provided By John Willis


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