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GUILTCROSS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS as given 1879 and as documented 27.11.1897
Licensees :
CRYSTAL PALACE
GEORGE BARNARD
age 42 in 1871
( Full licence granted 03.09.1867 )
1858 -  * 1877
CROWN
ALFRED WOODS
& butcher
age 54 in 1881
( died December 1901 )
1879  - * 1883
WILLIAM SMITH
according to Kelly
1883
LUKE ROGERS 1888
GEORGE LEAPER
( Relocated at the Royal Oak, Stanton, Suffolk by 1901 )
1890 - 1900



The (ex) Crown in early 1900s


Reference 1897 as formerly being the CRYSTAL PALACE.

First mentioned as the CROWN in 1879.

Trade during the period October 1897 to 1898 was 45 barrels, with minimal spirit sales.

On Monday 18th September 1899, Messrs. Youngs & Crawshay offered to relinquish the licence of this house and that of the WHITE HORSE at Attleborough, in exchange for a licence for a new house near Attleborough Station. The magistrates required a third house to be included in the exchange, the CASTLE beerhouse, Attleborough. The applicants respectfully declined to give up three houses.

Closure 11th October 1900 agreed Friday 29th September 1899 in consideration of a new licence for the STATION HOTEL, Attleborough.