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Blacksmiths Arms, 142 North Street, Brighton

HistoryEdit

The Blacksmith’s Arms was originally part of a farmhouse and took its name from a smithy which existed behind it in King Street. It had been occupied as an inn since 1800, if not earlier. The block was demolished in 1938.[1]

LandlordsEdit

1832/Jane Saunders/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1839/Hugh Saunders/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1854/Hugh Saunders/../../../Brighton Directory ****

1859/H Saunders/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1866/H Saunders/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1878/Hugh Saunders/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1890/Thos John Swain/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/H W Ingledew/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1913/Reginald Alderton/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1915/R Alderton/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1918/Thomas James Maggs/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1930/T G Lane/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1938/Alfred Wilson/../../../Post Office Directory ****[2]

PhotographsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://regencysociety-jamesgray.com/volume21/source/jg_21_066.html
  2. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/BlacksmithsArms.shtml