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BRIDGE ROAD
DOWNHAM WEST
CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE -
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 & PS 7/4/2 (1917 - 1949)
FRANK MILLS of Wisbech
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK of Ely
Licensees :
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CHARLES BROWN (41) 1851
WILLIAM TOWSON 1861
WILLIAM KENNEY
corn porter
1863 - 1877
WALTER FICKLING
& blacksmith
*1888 - 1898
EMMA FICKLING 1898
Fine 14.10.1898 of 10/- plus 6/6d costs for selling out of hours.
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FANNY PELL
age 56 1911
1911 - 1914
JOHN WILLIAM WATTS *1922 - 1937
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SPADE & BECKETT
1851, 1894, 1911 & 1937

SPADE & BECKET 1898
when landlady Emma Fickling
was accused of keeping the house open
during prohibited hours.
The Lynn Advertiser of 14th October 1898
reported that a group of men had been observed the
previous Sunday, drinking outside the house at 10:45pm.
They had been served by Richard Williamson, the defendants son.
Mrs Fickling said that the beer had been drawn off before 10:00pm.
Her son had asked her at 10:30pm if more beer could be drawn and she had said `No'.
Mrs Fickling was fined 10/- with 6/6d costs.

At Bridgefoot 1851