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SHROPHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
Licensees :
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JOHN FIELDING 1789 - 1794
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JAMES GAYFORD
(Also listed at White Hart 1830)
1822 - 1839
WILLIAM GAYFORD 1845 - 1846
WILLIAM REVELL 1850
JOHN COOKE
age 51in 1851
1851 - 1858
WILLIAM THOMPSON 1863
FREDERICK GAPP  1864
HENRY RIDER 1865 - 1869
WILLIAM TRUDGILL 1869 - 1872
Found to be selling beer during prohibited hours on Sunday 21st November 1869. Fine of £1 3s including costs.
JAMES BARKER 1875 - 1877
PHILIP NOBES
& Chelsea Pensioner
1879 - 1883
SAMUEL YEOMANS 1888
JOHN H GOYLE / GOGLE 1890
JONATHAN CARTER
Age 54 in 1891
1891 - 1892
WILLIAM GREEN 1896
A ROSIER 1897
ARTHUR JOLLY 1900 to closure 10.1900

 
Mary Ann Cooke, third daughter of John Cooke, married Mr. William Jermy at Attleborough church on 25th August 1856. The service was conducted by the Rev. T. A. Cooke.

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For sale by Auction Thursday 30th August 1792 with two acres of land, then in occupation of John Fielding at an annual rent of £12.

Advertised September 1863 as being available to let as of Michaelmas.
Apply to Mressrs, Crawshay & Young.


Sold by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Partnership to Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Company 27.11.1897 for completion 01.02.1898

On Monday 18th September 1899, Messrs. Youngs & Crawshay offered to relinquish the licence of this house and that of the the East Harling CROWN, in exchange for a licence for a new house near Attleborough Station.  In answer to a question regarding the falling trade of the house, brewer's agent, Mr. Tyrell, said that the licence applicant had known for some time that the licence had been offered for surrender and so was indifferent to the trade. With a yearly trade said to be about 24 barrels, the magistrates considered such an exchange to be inadequate, they 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.