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  SMITHDON HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1932
BULLARDS Referred for compensation 24.12.1932
Licensees :
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JAMES ALLEN
(boot & shoe maker 1846)
1845 - 1847
GEORGE COOKE 1851 - * 1854
JOHN SMITH
& carrier
(Died Q4 1899 - age 74)
* 1858 - * 1869
STEPHEN CRISP
(Died Q1 1919 - age 75)
1871 - 1912
WILLIAM CRISP * 1916 - 1922
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Anna Allen, second daughter of licensee James Allen, married Mr. Richard Neville, late valet at the Lamb Inn, Ely, on Wednesday 8th December 1847.









Thanks to JJN


The VICTORIA with the sign of the BRICKLAYERS ARMS visible in the distance along the Stanhoe Road.

Demolished following closure.

The name KING WILLIAM was allocated to the new house built on the site.