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FREEBRIDGE MARSHLAND REGISTER 9th September 1794 & FREEBRIDGE LICENCE REGISTER PS 6/4/1 (1936 to 1960)
BAGGES   
STEWARD & PATTESON from purchase 1929
WATNEY  MANN April 1967
Licensees :
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WILLIAM GUNNELL 1794
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WILLIAM SESSIONS
& farm
1832 - 1845
WILLIAM CRABB
age 42 in 1851
& farmer
1846 - 1864
JOHN FULLER
& farmer
1865 - 1879
GEORGE BRIGGS
& farmer
1881 - 1888
WILLIAM DEANS
& farmer
1890 - 1900
WILLIAM LANE
Died July 1909 ?
(Newspaper cutting of 22nd October 1909 refers to John Lane, deceased)
1904 - 1909
Mrs SUSAN LANE 18.10.1909 to 1912
WILLIAM LANE 1916
ERNEST CAREY LANE 1922 to 1951
EDWARD CHARLES H MEGGITT 31.12.1951
FREDERICK GEORGE MALLETT 27.08.1958
ARTHUR ROBERT SIZELAND 11.10.1967
REGINALD GELDHILL 04.06.1969
PETER LESLIE COXHEAD 11.02.1970
NOEL EDMUND ALLEN 16.12.1970
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FRANK RONALD BIRD
(& wife Gwendolyn Iris Bird)
1978 - 1988
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During the first week of January 1836, the young daughter of William Sessions was standing alone by the fire when her clothes caught the flame and became suddenly in blaze. In her fright she ran through the house and met her father who was himself very much burnt in the hands and face in endeavouring to extinguish the flames. The poor young woman was so dreadfully injured that Mr. Murlin, a medical gentleman from the town, immediately announced the case to be hopeless and the unfortunate sufferer died the second day after the accident. A verdict of accidental death was recorded at the inquest.

Demolished early 2007 to make way for housing development.