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VINE FAKENHAM Index
OAK STREET GALLOW HUNDRED 6 day & early closing licence (by 1903) -
GALLOW LICENCE REGISTERS PS 26/18/1 to PS 26/18/2 (1903 to 1975)
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DAVIS BROTHERS of Fakenham by 1896
HERBERT CAWDRON 1923
Messrs HERBERT CAWDRON & Sons Ltd. 27.04.1936
PEATLING & CAWDRON   
GREENE KING 22.07.1968
Licensees :
ROBERT SILLETT sen.
age 70 in 1841
(Died Q4 1847)
1836 - 1839
ROBERT SILLETT jun
age 69 in 1871
Wool, wine, spirit, seed & hop merchant
Died Q3 1876 - age 74
1839 - 1875
Mrs GEORGINA SILLETT
Wine, seed & wool merchant.
1877
Exors of Robert Sillett 1879
MARY ELLEN SILLETT
age 23
1881
ROBERT JOHN SILLETT
age 30 in 1891
Wool & seed merchant & maltster.
1883 - 1892
DAVIS BROTHERS
(Henry  & George)
by 1896
HENRY ROBERT CHARLES DAVIS 29.10.1923
HERBERT CAWDRON
(Died September 1939 - age 70)
31.12.1923
Messrs H. CAWDRON & Sons Ltd. 27.04.1936
ARTHUR EDGAR PARISH
(Died September 1972 - age 72)
undated
HERBERT GRAHAM CAWDRON
Went into liquidation 1956.
(Died May 1986 - age 66)
undated 
ALFRED RAYMOND FARROW     (Ray)
(Manager ? - Not found in Licence Registers)
c1959 to 1963
JOAN & BERNARD CYRIL DYKES
(Died April 2000 - age 79)
14.01.1971
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A wine merchants business when taken over by the Davis Brothers by 1896.

A  Full, 6 day licence with an early closing restriction, was held by 1903.

First identified as the Vine Stores in 1925 directory.

`Peatling & Cawdron (owned) pub, down the back of Oak Street behind their wine merchant's shop'. (Thanks to Tina Sherwood).

The Vine Public House was in the yard behind the wine merchants shop. The premises consisted of two small rooms and an adjacent billiard room.
The bar was commonly known as the Thatch Bar because of the canopy above the main bar. The Saloon Bar had a separate entrance. As was the typical of many public houses, the toilets were located on the opposite side of the yard.
(Thanks to Peter Boggis of the Fakenham Community Archive, via Mike Welland)

Described 1937 as a Free House, complete with 2 billiard tables.

Burton Light Ale label 

A label for beer to be bottled on, or for the premises?