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The Wheatsheaf, 27 Bond Street, Brighton

Tamplins (1867)-(1963)[1]

HistoryEdit

Built in the 1790s it was especially popular with theatricals, it being so close to the Theatre Royal.[2]

LandlordsEdit

1832/Thomas Mantle/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1839/William Pope/../../../Pigots Directory ****

1854/William Pope/../../../Brighton Directory ****

1859/B Packham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1866/B Packham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1878/Benjamin Packham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1881/Henry Packham/Licensed Victualler/48/Hailsham, Sussex/Census **** 1881/Mary A Packham/Wife/47/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Fanny L Packham/Daughter/17/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Harry Packham/Son, Pupil Teacher/16/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Arthur B Packham/Son/15/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Amy Hammond/Domestic Servant/8/Brighton, Sussex/Census 1881/Henry Wilson/Potman/28/Sheffield, York/Census

1890/Henry Packham/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Frederick King/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1913/Frederick King/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1915/Frederick King/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1918/Frederick King/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1930/Edmund J Collier/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1938/Marshall Slade/../../../Post Office Directory **** [3]

PhotographsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/WheatSheaf.shtml
  2. http://regencysociety-jamesgray.com/volume25/source/jg_25_062.html
  3. http://deadpubs.co.uk/SussexPubs/Brighton/WheatSheaf.shtml