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Author Topic: Looking for the original name of shop where Brewsters is New road Chatham.  (Read 2293 times)

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Hi rochester-bred, 1974 Kellys states, 139 to 147 New road Chatham. A.E. Hawkins (drapers)
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Do you mean Brewer & Sons, the decorators` merchants?
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I think it may have been a men's clothes shop and I know it was near, or where Brewsters was, they owned several of these shops but I`m not sure where they all were.

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Hi rochester bred, Do you know what kind of trade they where running?
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Does anyone know what the name of the shop where Brewsters in New road, Chatham, Kent, was, there may have been more than one store by the same name possibly in the 1920's or 1930s maybe, as I recently found out my mothers family owned these and wondered if anyone has any information or photo's. I would be really interested, thank you.

 

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