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YOUNGS    
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM REVELL
& machinist
Died aged 58 and was buried 19th May 1865
*1856 - 1865
Mrs MARY ANN REVELL *1865 - 1872
WILLIAM JAMES BRYANT KING 1879
HENRY SKOYLES
& tailor
( H Scoyles 1881 )
1881 - 1892
W TURNER 1896
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Leys Lane 1861
Back Street 1871

Document dated 17.03.1888 records as a Beerhouse, property of John Youngs the Elder.

Freehold property sold by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Partnership to Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Company for completion 01.02.1898

On Monday 18th September 1899, Messrs. Youngs & Crawshay offered to relinquish the licence of the East Harling CROWN and that of the WHITE HORSE at Attleborough, in exchange for a licence for a new house near Attleborough Station. The magistrates required a third house to be included in the exchange, the CASTLE beerhouse, Attleborough. The applicants respectfully declined to give up three houses.

Closure 11th October 1900 agreed Friday 29th September 1899 in consideration of a new licence for the STATION HOTEL, Attleborough.