Cutter

From Historical Hastings

The Cutter Inn of 13 East Parade, formerly 13 West Beach Street

From the title deeds received by Jonn Tutt in 1792, we have the early history as follows:

9 Jan 1710 Mortgage by demise for 500 yrs from Thomas and John Chamberlaine to Robert Gibon of a messuage and stable in S/C for securing £70 and interest.
6 Feb 1711 Release in fee from John Chamberlaine to Richard Page of a messuage on the Stonebeach.
13 Feb 1711 Release of dower from Mrs Sarah Chamberlaine widow of Thomas
8 Apr 1723 Feoffment in fee from Henry Sargent to Richard Puge of a shop in S/C on the Stonebeach
10 Mar 1735 Feoffmt from William Phillips the younger and Anne h.w. to Richard Page in fee of a shop near the Fishmarket.
Mich term 28 Geo LL (1754) Exemplification of a recovery, John Collier dem. Willm Cranston ten. John Page vouchee of 2 mess, 2 gdns, 3 acres of land, 3 of meadow and 3 of pasture in S/C and Westfield

Licensees[edit]

1832:Elizabeth Bell (Poss. related to James Bell, valet to Lord Nelson)[1][2][Notes 1]

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References & Notes

  1. At this time the road was known as West Beach.
  1. Baines' Index
  2. 1832-1834 Pigot's Sussex Directory; Publisher: Pigot