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THE STREET WAYLAND HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1911
MORGANS As recorded 1910
Licensees :
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JAMES TUFFTS 11.10.1865
ISAAC BENSLEY 11.10.1866 - 1868
Fined 5s and 12s costs for having house open after the hour of 10 o'clock on the night of the 19th December 1866
JAMES COOPER
& machine owner
*1869
Mrs SARAH ANN BENSLEY *1871 - 1877
ROBERT BENSLEY
& wheelwright
1879  - *1883
HENRY TAYLOR *1883 - 1885
Mrs MATILDA TAYLOR *1888 - 1896
JOHN HAZEL
(age 47 in 1901)
1900 - 1908


Also recorded 1901 are
wife Hannah 41
son John 18
daughter 12

Licence referred at Watton licensing session held 2nd February 1910.

At the Adjourned Licensing Sessions, Wednesday 2nd March 1910 it was said that Caston then had one licensed house for every 84 inhabitants. The house stood back from the road and had a one-horse stable, but that was used for pigs. The coach-house was being used as a carpenter's shop. The sanitary arrangements were very defective and there was no water supply to the house.
Licence referred to the Quarter Sessions...

Licence not renewed at licensing meeting of 20th June 1910.
Notice and Claim Form for Compensation under the Licensing Act 1904 published in the Lynn Advertiser of 2nd September 1910.

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It was reported at the Brewster Sessions 7th February 1912 that Compensation had been paid on 16th December 1911 and the house had now closed.

 

Thanks to David Bird for update 28.08.03