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QUEENS HEAD EAST HARLING Index
MARKET PLACE GUILTCROSS HUNDRED - CLOSED c1907
GUILTCROSS REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 and 17th September 1794
SHERIFFE  Lot No 48 in sale of Robert Sheriffe estate 02.09.1840
TACON Purchased 1847 for £1020
COLCHESTER BREWERY As recorded 1906
Licensees :
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HENRY BUTTERS
(House entered as MAIDS HEAD in 1794 register)
1789 - 1794
MARY BUTTER to 08.1818
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JOHN BULTEA 1830
ROBERT KNIGHT
See below
1836 - May 1837
ROBERT RAINBIRD
(Rainbury 1841 - age 50)
1839 - 1841
WILLIAM JOLLEY 1845
GEORGE MURTON 1846
WILLIAM TRUDGILL according to Slater 1850
RICHARD HUTSON
age 26 in 1851
(1850 according to Hunt)
1850 - *1851
THOMAS SMITH 1854
JOHN BARNARD 1856
ROBERT JOHN BARNARD
& bootmaker
age 45 in 1861
1858 - 1862
Bankrupt as reported 16th August 1862. Debts of £116 1s 1d with only a few trifling credits.
CHARLES BARNARD
age 46 in 1871
1863 - 1872
HENRY THURSTON 1875
ARTHUR BENJAMIN FOOTER
& fishmonger
Benjamin FITTER 1879
Arthur Benjamin FOOTER 1881, 1888 & 1892
Benjamin FOSTER 1883 (White)
Arthur Benjamin FOOTE 1883 (Kelly)
1877 - 1900
JOHN WILLIAM PADDLE 1904

Robert Knight had buried his second wife in about November 1836. He married for the third time, but he died six weeks later on 4th May 1837, aged 68.


Offered To Let with immediate possession 17th January 1784.
The SWAN also offered to let in the same advertisement. Both with or without their own small Farms.

For Sale by Auction Thursday 20th April 1797.
Part of an Estate, to be sold in 17 Lots, including the Manor House.


The Debtors and Creditors to the late Mrs. Mary Butter, were to meet at the Queens Head Tuesday 29th September 1818.

Licence not renewed at the East Harling Brewster Sessions held Monday 12th February 1906. Superintendant Lowe said that the house was not needed, in his opinion, since there were 8 public houses, 2 beerhouses and one off-licence serving a population of 1031. The nearest licensed house was 44 yards away and there were 6 fully licensed houses within 138 yards.
Licence referred to Compensation.

The Lynn Advertiser of 22nd February 1907 advertised the sale by auction, 8th March 1907, at the Swan Hotel, of all that valuable Freehold House
....until recently known as the Queens Head.
With 2 living-rooms, bar, tap-room, shop, kitchen and pantry, 5 bed-rooms, 2 attics and box room, large double cellar, newly erected coal-house at rear, 2 large barns in spacious yard, range of stables for 5 horses and cart shed; Also a piece of good Pasture adjoining, the whole abutting on the Market Place north, property of Miss Tillett and Messrs Bullard south, that of Mr E Barrett east, and that of Miss Tillett and - Hammond west. Also all that piece of Arable Land at rear .........The whole containing 4a 3r 25p (more or less), and now in the occupation of Mr J W Paddle


Became a shop - The Market Stores.