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DISS LICENCE REGISTERS 1794 & PS 16/5/1 (1928 - 1969)
KILLETT Property of Samuel Killett, bankrupt 1751
SHERIFFE Lot no. 8 in auction of the Robert Sheriffe estate 02.09.1840
Purchased 1840 by Samuel Farrow.
- (Samuel Farrow)
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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THOMAS SMITH 1751
 Mrs MARY MARSH
widow
1779 - 1782
SAMUEL HOLMES 1789 - 1791
JAMES HOLMES 1794
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C SAUNDERS 1822
FRANCIS EDWARDS
age 59 in 1851
1830 - 1854
WILLIAM EDWARDS 1856
FRANCIS EDWARDS 1858
RICHARD COOKE NUNN
& auctioneer - Age 42 in 1861
Died September 1863
* 1861 - 1863
Mrs SUSAN MARIA NUNN by 12. 1863 - 1865
FREDERICK WILLIAM DOUBLEDAY
brewers traveller
1868 - 1875
CHARLES EASTO 1877 - 1881
RICHARD GRANT 1883 - 1892
HENRY THOMAS CHINNERY / CHENERY 12.10.1892 - 1916
GEORGE MATTHEW RUMBALL by 1922
ERNEST ALBERT FORD 17.10.1928
to 1944
EDWARD OLIVER WEAVERS 13.04.1944
HARRY STEVENSON HALL undated
GEOFFREY ERNEST ELY by 1958
FREDERICK GEORGE EVASON by 1964
ROLAND FEATHERSTONE RACE 03.09.1964
ALBERT WILLIAM WILSON
(Bill & Kit Wilson 1975)
c1965
to at least 1975
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The Saracens Head - 1996
1996

Existed by the 1640's.

For sale by auction 3rd June 1751, then in occupation of Mr. Smith, with Lands, Bowling-Green, Gardens, Orchard, and Appurtenances thereto belonging...

Freehold for sale as advertised 5th April 1779.
Occupant Mrs Mary Marsh, widow.
For occupation at Michaelmas or at any other time most convenient to the Purchaser.

For sale June 1781 with immediate entry. Then in occupation of the Widow Marsh. All Freehold except for a small part of the Bowling Green.
The Household Furniture of Mrs Mary Marsh were to be sold by auction on Tuesday 30th April 1782 at the premises.

The entire contents were for sale by auction Tuesday 21st April 1868 - All the valuable Household Furniture, excellent featherbeds and bedding, trade utensils etc. Also the Out-door Effects, excellent lawn-mower, iron roll, ten pairs bowls and numerous other articles.

On Tuesday 6th September 1870 Mr. Doubleday provided an excellent spread to commemorate the closing of the bowling season. An interesting game had been played and witnessed on the Green, and the evening catering had been accompanied by various toasts and several good songs were sung.

The bowling green survived until at least the mid 1900's, but eventually made way for the adjacent car park and access road.

Today known as the SARACENS HEAD HOTEL