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THE STREET EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
 
Licensees :
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JAMES REEVE
(Tanner, Fellmonger & Brewer 1836)
*1836 - *1841

 
Note: in 1836 and 1839, James Reeve is given as a Retailer of Beer, at un-named premises.

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For Sale by Auction at the Greyhound Inn, Tuesday 22nd June 1841.

A Capital and Substantial Freehold Inn containing front and back parlour, keeping-room, four sleeping rooms and attic, with detached back house and cellar; butcher's shop and slaughter house, cart shed, piggery, excellent stabling for 16 horses, part of which recently erected with brick and tile, with chamber over same; walled-in yard and small garden.
Particularly arranged for the business of Innkeeper, Butcher and Common Carrier, which the proprietor lately carried on there. The situation is in the middle of Brockdish Street, which is the turnpike road from London to Yarmouth.
Going for one Beast on Brockdish Common belongs to the estate.

Immediate possession.

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Appears to have become the FELLMONGERS.

On 2nd April 1842 the case of Insolvent Debtor James Reeve, formerly of Brockdish, Carrier, Butcher and Beer-shop Keeper; then of Brockdish and late of Pulham Saint Mary, and also of the Blue Boar Inn, Aldgate, City of London, Foreman to a Carrier, was to be heard at the Court House, Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.