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STEWARD & PATTESON Part Freehold - part Copyhold - SOLD 1922
Licensees :
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RICHARD HARVEY 1794
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JAMES UTTING
& carrier
age 48 in 1841
1836 - 1846
CHARLES PRATT (46)
& wife ELIZABETH ( 46 )
Charles Pratt died Q3 1854
* 1851
WILLIAM BROWN 1853 - 1858
JOHN ROBERTS
& farmer
& blacksmith
age 34 in 1861
1861 - 1864
JOHN ROBINSON 1865
JOHN WRIGHT
( died Q3 1871 ? )
1866 - 1869
JAMES MAYES
& farm 12 acres
age 47 in 1871
( died Q4 1882 age 56 ? )
1871 - 1883
ROBERT JOHN DAGLESS 1888
GEORGE BURTON
age 59 in 1891
1890 - 1892
GEORGE DAGLESS 1896
( Licence transfer dated  4th May 1897 to unknown recipient. - Possibly to Mr. Massingham )
ROBERT WILLIAM MASSINGHAM
age 39 in 1901
died Q1 1902, age 41
1900 - 1901
WILLIAM MITCHELL 1904
JOSEPH FLOGDELL 1908 - 1910
SAMUEL HIPPERSON
age 44 in 1911
1911 - 1915
FRANCIS HENRY JORDAN 1916 - 1920
FREDERICK GEORGE BARWICK
( previously serving 16 years in Royal Navy )
May 1920

A Freehold property For Sale by Auction Tuesday 12th June 1866.
Then in the occupation of proprietor John Wright and including an Orchard and 11A.1R.30P. of excellent Land.

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Francis Henry Jordan and his wife Ebbie were charged with supplying intoxicating liquor, to be consumed on the premises, during prohibited hours.
John Faircloth and John Bullock of Corpusty were accused 
`unlawfully consuming certain intoxicating liquor, during such hours as prohibited...' 
These offences had taken place on 31st January 1920.

All appeared at the Petty Sessions 12th February 1920, 

The information was provided by Welcome William Basham, Deputy Chief Constable.

Mr Jordan was fined £2/10/-
Mrs Jordan was fined the sum of £2/10/-
John Bullock was fined 10/-
Mr Faircloth appears to have been found innocent.

A change of licensee soon followed.

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Closed following damage by fire in 1921.