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Rose and Crown, 7 North Gardens, Brighton

Witney to 1850; West Street Brewery 1850-1892; Catt 1892-1899; Tamplins 1899-(1963)[1]


HistoryEdit

The current owners inform us: "A summary of the transactions is as follows:The Rose and Crown was erected on our land between 1820 & 1823 by J.P.C.Tiller as a victualling house. The land on which is was built was known as part of the Church furlong of North Laine. The deeds also make provision for the making of a road on part of this land. In October 1823 Tiller and his wife Ann transferred the property to Henry Faithfull; in this transfer the street to the east of the property is first named as North Gardens. There is also mention of a tenement of the south side belonging to a William Morrell which must be Rose cottage. In 1824 the land and house were sold to a George Wigley. In 1833 the land was described as abutting the cottage or dwelling on the north known as Rose Hill (this or a new building on the site must have become the new Rose & Crown later. 1843 the property was sold by George Wigney to W Wigney and the Podmore family. In 1868 the house became known as 7 North Gardens and the licence was transferred to the building to the north which was then called the Rose & Crown. Provisions in the sale bar the owners of No 7 from carrying on any form of pub or off licence trade. Len and Kath Ventham were the last landlords of the relocated Rose and Crown and when they retired they bought the property off the brewery and renamed it 7A. It still has Rose and Crown in the rendering at the back of the building. We bought it about eight years ago and converted it. We were very keen to do this as when the licence was transferred, so was the piece of land that was the front garden of No 7. There is still a provision in the deeds of 7A that only Watneys beer can be sold from the premises." [2]

LandlordsEdit

1832/John Peter Christian Siller/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1839/Geo Greenfield/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1854/Thomas Lower/../../../Brighton Directory **** 1859/Charles Geldred/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1866/W Funnell/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1878/Frank Corbett/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1881/Arthur Ticehurst/Licenced Victualler & Carpenter/26/Brighton, Sussex/Census **** 1881/Eliza Ticehurst/Wife/28/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Florence Ticehurst/Daughter/5/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Anne Ticehurst/Daughter/5 months/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/William Noyce/Boarder, Carpenter/21/Brighton, Sussex/Census

1890/Mrs M A Goble/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Mrs Emily Eliza Lydia St Clair/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1913/Edward Fuller/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1915/Edward Fuller/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1918/Edward Fuller/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1930/Ernest Geo Russell Sharpe/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1938/Frank E Simpson/../../../Post Office Directory ****

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PhotographsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=179-tamplins&cid=1#1
  2. http://regencysociety-jamesgray.com/volume31/source/jg_31_136.html
  3. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/Rose&Crown.shtml