SOUTHOVER STREET – SIR CHARLES NAPIER INN
This Inn still stands (1981) at 50 Southover Street, on the corner of Southampton Street. It was built, as an Inn, in the 1860s so it has had a life already of about 120 years. The occasion of the photograph was the Slate Club House Outing to Buxted on 25 July, but the year is unknown. However, Mr J. Humby was the licensee from 1899 to 1913, so it must have been between those years. Almost certainly it would have been on a Saturday or Sunday, not a weekday. If on Saturday the year was 1903 – if a Sunday 1909.
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