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THE STREET HOLT HUNDRED FULL LICENCE 01263 588270
HOLT LICENCE REGISTERS 17th September 1789 & September 1794 and PS 26/8/1 to PS 28/12/1 ( 1878 - c1962 )
JAMES EMERY Leased to John Fuller / Futter / Fultor  in will of 1788, left to grandson Thomas Emery
THOMAS EMERY 1788 - 1802
JOHN STANLEY MOTT of BARNINGHAM - Leased to MORGANS ( by 1878 )
BULLARDS presume from 1961
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER 03.1988
PUBMASTER  
Licensees :
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JOHN FULLER 1788 - 1794
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GEORGE EMERY 1836
JOHN GRAND
age 67 in 1851
( Died Q4 1859 )
1836 - 1858
WILLIAM SPURGEON
age 39
Died Q1 1862
* 1861
WILLIAM CLETHEROE
& carpenter, builder, wheelwright, agricultural implement maker & farmer.
Age 60 in 1891.
Died Q4 1894, age 64
1864 to 1895
JOHN HENRY BURTON 26.08.1895
ROBERT PAGE 21.10.1895
JOHN HALL
age 42 in 1901
13.11.1899
to at least 1904
CHARLES HENRY SAYER
Age 43 in 1911
Died Q4 1945
by 1908 to 1945
WILLIAM THOMAS SAYER 11.01.1946
ARTHUR A SAYER 19.09.1949
GERALD PHILIP HAMMOND 06.08.1981
to 1986
SALLY & COLIN GRAVER 1986 - 1999
CRAIG NEAL 1999 - 
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A dwelling converted to a public house.

Richard Jervys applied for an ale licence 1607
to allow the trade of vitualling to be carried out at his newly purchased house. - Possibly to become the ROYAL OAK / RED HART?

Hired by William Hardy
from Mr Emery of Briston in 1782.

Originally known as the ROYAL OAK - according to 1788 will.

Advertised for sale by auction on Saturday 21st August 1802 as the RED LION, late in the occupation of owner, Thomas Emery.
Described as lately rebuilt and fit for extensive trade in any line.
Possession immediately upon paying purchase money.


Shown as Hart on Faden's 1797 map
Appears on Bryants 1826 map.

Also given as Commercial Hotel.

Morgans sales for 1960 given as : -
Beer - 123 barrels
Spirits - 43