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THE CARR SHROPHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED
CANN & CLARKE Wymondham Brewery
Licensees :
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WILLIAM RINGER
age 25
*1841
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DAVID PALMER *1850 - *1856
MICHAEL KETT
& miller
1856 - *1858
WILLIAM BRUNTON NEVE
age 45
*1861 - 1862
SAMUEL REYNOLDS
& miller
*1863
RICHARDSON BAKER *1868
Tuesday 31st March 1868 - Fine of £2 3s, including costs for having his house open, on 8th February, after 10pm.
John Anthony OR John Calver *1869


David Palmer, (age 46 in 1851) is described from 1851 to 1856 as being a miller & running a beerhouse.

For sale by auction Friday 12th September 1856 by order of the Executors of Mr. Thomas Reynolds, deceased.
A Beer-house containing two lower rooms and three upper rooms, wash-house and cellar. Also Stable, Gig-house, Nine-pin Ground, Garden, &c.
The lot includes a Windmill driving two stones, flour mill, two new sails and shaft and standing well for trade.
All in occupation of Michael Kett at the annual rent of £20.

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To Let with Immediate Possession March 1862.
Public House with Bake Office and Smock Tower Wind-Mill, driving two pairs of French Stones.
Apply to W. B. Neve, Besthorpe.

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Appears on a property inventory of 1871 amongst licensed premises.
Listed as cottage in 1891 and 1894.



In 1861 William Neve is described as a miller & beerhouse.

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