Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of Kingsand, Cornwall

Two miles south west from Devonport. The parish of Maker was united in 1943 with Rame, is in the extreme south-east of Cornwall separated from Plymouth by the stretch of water known as 'Plymouth Sound'.
The two villages in Maker and Rame are Kingsand and Cawsand. An earlier Milbrook became independant about 1896.
In modern days, it is split in Kingsand, Cremyll, and Millbrook as mentioned.

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

Premises Pic? Text?
Devonport Inn, The Cleave, Kingsand, Torpoint, Cornwall PL10 1NF No Yes
Halfway House Inn, Fore Street, Kingsand, Cornwall No Yes
Kings Arms, Kingsand, Cornwall No Yes
London Inn, Market Street, Cornwall No Yes
Prince George, Kingsand, Cornwall No Yes
Rising Sun, The Green, Kingsand, Torpoint PL10 1NH No Yes

1911 pub history census summary - Kingsand
Dis 3
Public House, The Cleave, Hill - Devonport Inn
Public House, Lower Green, Jenkins - Rising Sun
Beer House, Fore street, Wotton - Halfway House Inn

Dis 11-13, 14

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