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<big>'''Sharpe & Winch,''' ''Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.''</big>
 
<big>'''Sharpe & Winch,''' ''Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.''</big>
  
In 1832 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here.  
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Established by Stephen Wilmshurst jnr, in 1797 who leased the brewery from James Dadson who became bankrupt in 1810. The brewery and 4 licensed houses were then purchased by Jesse Dobell. By 1829 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here.  
  
By 1846 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892.  
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By 1848 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892.  
  
Acquired by [[Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd]] of Wateringbury 1928 who were then a subsidiary of [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]].  
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Acquired by [[Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd]] of Wateringbury 1928 with 13 houses. They were by then a subsidiary of [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]].  
  
 
Some buildings remain.
 
Some buildings remain.

Revision as of 15:47, 5 April 2016

Sharpe & Winch, Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.

Established by Stephen Wilmshurst jnr, in 1797 who leased the brewery from James Dadson who became bankrupt in 1810. The brewery and 4 licensed houses were then purchased by Jesse Dobell. By 1829 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here.

By 1848 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892.

Acquired by Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd of Wateringbury 1928 with 13 houses. They were by then a subsidiary of Whitbread & Co. Ltd.

Some buildings remain.


An assortment of images of the brewery