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HIGH STREET CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 13.09.1962
CLACKCLOSE REGISTER taken 1st September 1794 & CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 to 1949)
FRANK MILLS of WISBECH
HALL CUTLACK & HARLOCK of ELY from 6th January 1939
BULLARDS from 24th January 1942
Licensees :
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JOHN SHINER (?) 1794
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THOMAS KEMP
& veterinary surgeon.
Age 45 in 1841
see below
* 1830 - 1845
JOHN FLOOD
age 32 in 1851
Died Q1 1882 - age 64
1851 - 1882
JOHN MINNS 1883
GEORGE CRAFER 1885
CHARLES NORRIS 1888
BRYAN WILLS
( Stonemason aged 29 in 1891 )
1890
JOSEPH COX
Age 46 in 1891
1891 - 1900
EDWARD COCKS ( Cox ?)
Age 40
1901
ALBERT CREED 1904
HARRY R SCOTT
( Out of business, late publican, age 52 in 1911 - living in Bury St. Edmunds )
1908
ROBERT ERNEST BELLHAM
( Died December 1951 - age 81 )
1911
MICHAEL ARMINGER
Died September 1925 - age 76
1912 to 1925
JOHN ARMINGER
( Died December 1950 - age 76 )
12.10.1925
FANNY ARMINGER
( Died December 1975 - age 85 )
1942 - 1962


John, son of Thomas & Mary Kemp was baptized at Barton Bendish 25th June 1830. Thomas Kemp, of Fincham, was given as Publican.

( Thanks to Honor Jones )

The CROWN c1910
c 1910

Lot No 3 in sale of Fairswell Manor Farm ( Lot 1 ) , The Manor of Fairswell ( Lot 2 ), held Saturday 31st August 1844.
The Inn described as Freehold and free of brewery tie consisting of parlour and tap-room in front, with three sleeping-rooms over, bar, pantry and back kitchen, a large club-room, a Brew-office and other buildings. A four-stalled stable, Hay Loft, gig-house and Granary over. The whole being 1 rood and 11 Perches.

Closure agreed at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962.

Sales given as 63 barrels of beer.
Licensee given as aged 70, having been a tenant for 20 years.