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199 HIGH STREET St ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1932
Gt. YARMOUTH REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( 1903 to 1953 )
BELLS BREWERY Named the THREE HAMMERS in deeds dated 1760 to 1792
? (Not owned by Bells when they sold their houses to S&P in 1865)
WYMONDHAM BREWERY Cann & Clarke - by 1887 ( Not listed as a Cann & Clarke house 1871 )
MORGANS from 11.05.1894
Licensees :
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JOHN MAJOR
age 41 in 1881
( Died Q1 1896 - age 55 )
1879 - 1886
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JOHN HILHAM
& mast & block maker
( Died Q3 1914 - age 63 )
1890 - 1894
HENRY WILLIAM CLARKE
Age 54 in 1901
by 1900
HENRY ARMES 14.04.1905
ROBERT LEEDS 08.01.1906
MATTHEW WYLIE
Age 35 in 1911
11.10.1907
ELIZABETH WYLIE 11.08.1916
MATTHEW JAMES WYLIE 13.06.1919
to closure


Entry No 366 in Licence Register

Named the THREE HAMMERS when owned by Bells Brewery in the 1700's - Possibly named the STAR before 1865.


Stood on the corner of Priory Street.

Chief Constable B. W. Smith objected to licence renewal at the Annual Licensing Sessions Friday 12th February 1932.

Referred to Compensation 04.03.1932
Licence expired 31.12.1932

No 199 High Street is given 1934 as
the property of George Mobbs, grocer.