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BLACK HORSE DISS Index
COCK STREET GREEN
FAIR GREEN
DISS HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED September 1887
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS   
Licensees :
DAVID FROUD
& wood sawyer
Age 66 in 1871
*1845 - *1879
Friday 19th September 1856 - Fine of 10s and 13s costs for having house open for the sale of beer on the morning of the previous Sunday.
Mrs SARAH FROUD
(according to White 1883)
1881 - *1883
HENRY FROUD
according to Kelly
*1883
? 1887

David Froud applied for a spirit licence at the Petty Sessions held Wednesday 28th August 1867. The application was refused on general grounds, with the Chairman of the bench adding that he would never grant a spirit licence to a person who could not write.

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Owners agreed to close the house at the Licensing sessions Wednesday 24th August 1887 in exchange for a full licence for the RED LION.

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A freehold Double Cottage was sold by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Partnership to Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Company according to document dated 27th November 1897, for completion 1st February 1898.
The occupants of the cottages at the time were Scales & Saunders.

The pair of cottages are described as
`Formerly the BLACK HORSE'.