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GAULTREE
( Gaultry )
FREEBRIDGE-MARSHLAND BEERHOUSE
Full Licence by 1936
 
FREEBRIDGE MARSHLAND REGISTER 9th September 1794 & FREEBRIDGE LICENCE REGISTER PS 6/4/1 (1936 to 1960)
ELGOODS  
Licensees :
JOHN FRUSHER 1794
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PHILIP HOPKIN
( Given at Kings Head in 1839 and age 50 in 1841 - then a publican but house not named
Queens Head or Kings Head ? )
1830 - 1836
MARY HOPKINS
age 63 in 1851
( Not mentioned in 1846 Post Office directory )
1845 - 1851
WILLIAM HURST
age 48 in 1861
( Died Q1 1892 - age 78 )
1854 - 1871
JOHN THOMPSON junior
Died March 1919 - age 73
1875 - * 1919
JOHN THOMPSON junior
( John Thomas Thompson 1925 )
Died September 1927 - age 53
* 1919 - 1925
Mrs MARTHA THOMPSON
Died June 1943 - age 90
1929 to 1943
CHARLES WILLIAM THOMPSON 11.10.1943
to at least 1970
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ANN GOODALE by 2007
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Emneth - August 1998
August 1998

March 1997
1997

Location as
The Gaultry 1841
Gaultry 1851
Muckle Row 1861
Village 1891
Newfield 1901

On Saturday 26th August 1882, William Hurd of Emneth arrived at the house at between eight and nine in the morning and ordered a pint of beer. By ten o'clock he had become quarrelsome and refused to leave until twelve o'clock when P.C. Thompson requested he do so. He broke a bottle of beer during this time. The quarrel was said to arise since the wrong change had been given. Owing to an attempt to change the charges from being drunk and disorderly to just drunkenness, all charges were dismissed with the licensee John Thompson called to pay 19s 6d costs.

See KINGS HEAD