Dukes Head, 32 Market Square, Bromley

Bromley, Kent pub history index

at High street in 1858; the Dukes Head, 131 High street in 1874

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Bromley, Kent. The Bromley, Kent listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

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The pub was named after the Duke of Cumberland. The pub was run by Mathias Cordery, Gent of Bromley Common. On his demise the pub was taken over by his son, George Cordery. *

Sarah Cordery took other from her husband George when he died in 1837 – her maiden name was Morgan and her brother George Morgan (Landlord of the Crown, Sunbridge Park) took over on her demise in 1843. He constructed a new pub at that time. George Morgan died in 1851 when the pub was then run by others. Apparently the pub moved its location on various occasions – its last location was built around the 1930’s.  *

1840/Sarah Cordery/../../../Pigots Directory

1858/William Giles/../../../Melvilles Directory

1874/Henry Edward Wren/../../../Post Office Directory

1896/Frederick William Thomas/../../../Post Office Directory

1903/Percy Thomas Thomas, Dukes Head, 32 Market square & 131 High street/../../Post Office Directory

1913/Thos Percy Thomas/../../../Post Office Directory

1918/Thomas Percy Thomas/../../../Post Office Directory

1922/Thomas Percy Thomas/../../../Post Office Directory

1930/Mrs Edith Perugia/../../../Post Office Directory

1938/David Turness/../../../Post Office Directory

* Provided By Peter Jones

And Last updated on: Friday, 09-Feb-2024 13:12:44 GMT