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  • North Foreland, 325 High Street, Rochester

    Rochester pub history index

    at 7 Chatham Intra in 1891 and earlier

    Directory of Pubs in the UK,  historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Rochester, Kent . The Rochester,  Kent listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    North Foreland, 325 High Street, Rochester - in February 2010

    North Foreland, 325 High Street, Rochester - in February 2010

    Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

    Residents at this address

    1858/William Spencer/../../../Melvilles Directory

    1861/James W Prentis/Public House Keeper/35/Milton, Kent/Census
    1861/Elizabeth A Prentis/Wife/27/St Margarets, Kent/Census
    1861/Edward W Prentis/Son/5 months/Chatham, Kent/Census
    1861/William J Barnard/Potboy/16/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1861/Sarah French/House Servant/18/Chatham, Kent/Census
    1861/William Cook/Visitor, Brewhouse Labourer/40/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1861/Henry Lee/Visitor, Navvey/21/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1861/John Rich/Visitor/52/../Census
    1861/Sarah Rich/Visitor/50/../Census

    1862/J Prentis/../../../Post Office Directory

    George Burren (1838 - 1885), is the nephew of James Burren senior, at the Five Bells, Rochester and then the Blakeneys Head, St Bartholomew. ***

    After George BURREN, publican in 1871 & 1881 of the 'North Foreland', High Street, Chatham, died in 1885, his widow (3rd wife) Harriett Hannah née WRAY soon (1886) married widower William LANGFORD, who had also previously been a victualler in Chatham (when his 1st wife Mary was still alive). Although William LANGFORD was still recorded as a victualler in High Street, Rochester St Margaret, in the 1881 census, and was clearly still in charge of a pub there - i.e. his wife was described as victualler's wife and a niece was described as bar maid - at the Ordnance Arms, 376 High Street, Rochester.

    1870/George Burren/../../../Post Office Directory **

    1871 / George Burren / Licensed Victualler, Head, Married / 32 / Chatham, Kent / Census ***
    1871 / Elizabeth Burren [née Bullinaria] / Licensed Victualler's Wife, Married / 28 / Rochester, Kent / Census
    1871 / Elizabeth L Burren / Daughter / 9 / Gillingham, Kent / Census
    1871 / George E W Burren / Son / 3 / Rochester, Kent / Census
    1871 / Florence R M Burren / Daughter / 1 / Chatham, Kent / Census
    1871 / Matthew Boorman / Servant, Unmarried, Potman / 18 / Rochester, Kent / Census
    1871 / Eliza Smith / Servant, Unmarried, Domestic Servant / 18 / Rochester, Kent / Census
    1871 / John Dunn / Lodger, Unmarried, Mariner / 31 / Rochester, Kent / Census

    1874/Geo Burren/../../../Post Office Directory

    1881 / George Burren / Licensed Victualler, Head, Married / 40 / Chatham, Kent / Census ***
    1881 / Harriett Burren [née Wray] / Wife, Married / 30 / Chatham, Kent / Census
    1881 / George Burren / Son, Scholar / 13 / Rochester, Kent / Census
    1881 / Elizabeth Wray / Niece, Scholar / 13 / London, Middlesex / Census

    1882/Geo Burren/../../../Post Office Directory ***

    1887/Walter Smith / Licensed Victualler, Deceased / Died 14 March 1887/../../London Gazette, 12 July 1887 **
    1887/Harriett Smith / Executrix/../../London Gazette, 12 July 1887

    1891/Mrs H Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

    1901/Ernest Walter Webb/Licensed Victualler/36/Greenhithe, Kent/Census
    1901/Rose Webb/Wife/29/Dartford, Kent/Census
    1901/Walter Webb/Son/4/Alberta, Canada/Census
    1901/Frederick Ernest Webb/Son/2/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1901/Edith Chapman/Domestic Servant/18/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1901/Hannah Pembleton/Domestic Servant/16/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1901/Harry Pellen Rick/General Labourer/51/East Peckham, Kent/Census
    1901/Robert Legget/Boarder, shipwright/60/Goldstone, Suffolk/Census

    1903/Ernest Walter Webb/../../../Post Office Directory

    1911/Ernest Walter Webb/Publican/46/Greenhithe, Kent/Census
    1911/Rose Webb/Wife/39/Deptford, Kent/Census
    1911/Walter Owen Webb/Son, Assistant/17/Tethbrisge, Alberta, Canada/Census
    1911/Frederick Ernest Webb/Son/12/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1911/Grace Vera/Daughter/6/Rochester, Kent/Census
    1911/Maude Annie Tompsett/Barmaid/22/Maidstone, Kent/Census
    1911/Amelia Eliza Fryer/General Servant/24/Gillingham, Kent/Census

    1913/Ernest Walter Webb/../../../Post Office Directory

    1918/Alfred Bartlett/../../../Post Office Directory

    1922/Alfred Bartlett/../../../Post Office Directory

    1930/Alfred Mills/../../../Post Office Directory

    1938/Geo Edmund Fullman/../../../Post Office Directory


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