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Brewers Arms, 87 Church Street, Brighton

Witney to 1850; West Street Brewery 1850-1892; Catt 1892-1899; Tamplins 1899-1930 (closed)[1]

HistoryEdit

At some time prior to 1860, the pub had been renamed The Canterbury and was operating as a music hall. By 1870 it had reverted to its former use.[2]

LandlordsEdit

1832/John Kemp/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1839/William Reeve/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1854/John Macmath/../../../Brighton Directory ****

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

1878/John Palton/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1881/John E Patton/Licensed Victualler/46/Brighton, Sussex/Census **** 1881/Kate C Patton/Wife/39/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/James E Patton/Son, Assistant To Iron Foundry/16/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Kate C Patton/Daughter, Dressmaker/15/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Jane L Patton/Daughter/7/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Fanny S Riggs/Visitor, Dressmaker/14/Brighton, Sussex/Census

1890/Charles Tribe/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Henry Cooper/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1915/Mrs H Urquhart/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1930/Jn D Holman/../../../Post Office Directory **** [3]

PhotographsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=179-tamplins&cid=1#1
  2. http://nlcaonline.org.uk/page_id__662_path__0p5p45p.aspx
  3. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/BrewersArms.shtml