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DENES
BEACH
REGENT WARD - See ROYAL STANDARD
PAGET & Co to 1845
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HOWES 1819
SAMUEL FLEMMING 1824
ABRAHAM AMES 1830
THOMAS HURST 1836 - 1839
EDWARD GREEN 1844
JAMES BOOTY 1845


Described in deeds dated 1709 - 1803 as
a seaside hut used as a public house.

On Tuesday 23rd November 1824 a large laden brig sprung a leak and was compelled to cut from her anchor and head for the beach. She took to the ground near the Royal Barracks, about 200 yards from the shore, on the ebb tide. Strong winds and heavy seas threatened to engulf the vessel. The whole crew of eleven were successively rescued in perfect safety. Mr. Denny, of the Marine Tavern, near the jetty, was particularly  conspicuous and foremost in danger, wading the water to breast high, to catch the individuals as they came ashore.
Mr. Fleming of the Fishing Boat also rendered essential service.



Address as Beach in 1830.

North Beach 1836 & 1845

Conveyed 23rd August 1845 by Samuel Paget & Others to George Morse, Timothy Steward, Peter Finch and Henry Staniforth Patteson.

(Licence) Became the ROYAL STANDARD according to Steward & Patteson records.