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THE SQUARE SMITHDON HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
CHARLOTTE WICKS
age 40 in 1851
grocer & shopkeeper
Died Q2 1880 - age 77
* 1851 - ( 1880 )
No mention of beer in directory entries above
RICHARD WICKS
grocer & beer retailer
(unnamed 1883)
innkeeper 1891 - aged 55
Died Q2 1891
1879 - 1891
JOHN PATTINGALE
age 44 in 1901 ( Pattengale )
* 1892 - 1909
MIGNONETTE GEORGINA CLAREMONT 1910
THOMAS DANIEL MASON
& police pensioner
( Died March 1948 - age 80 )
1911 - 1912
ARDWELL PERCY BARWICK
( Died December 1969 - age 82 )
* 1916


John Pattingale pleaded guilty of selling or dealing in game without a licence at Docking Magistrates Court 26th April 1909. Publicans were prohibited from holding a game dealer's licence. He acted as a hawker and had sent game from Heacham railway station to London and elsewhere. This had included 3 hares on 11th January and 12 more hares under 5 separate consignments, the last of which being on 1st March. Mr Pattingale was fined £2 with £1-1s-1d costs.

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The Lynn Advertiser of 18th March 1910 records that licensee Mignonette Georgina Claremont was charged with permitting drunkenness on her premises. Edward Bocking and George Barrett had drunk in the premises from at least 5:30pm to 10:00pm. Witnesses reported seeing them drunk at 9:00pm, but still being served. Bocking & Barrett were each fined 10 shillings.

The DUSGATE ARMS - 1912 - Thomas D Mason licensee - Advertising Steward & Patteson Ales
1912 Thanks to JRB


Appears as DUNCASTE ARMS INN at FING - 1888 !!

The Lynn Advertiser of 1st October 1909 carried the following notification:-

THE DUSTGATE ARMS INN
Ingram Watson & Son have received instructions from Mr John Pattingale, who is giving up the house, to Sell by Auction, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1909, useful
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AND OUT-DOOR EFFECTS,
Comprising Pembroke table with drawers, stick-back and rush-seat chairs, elbow chair, mahogany table with two-drop leaves, clock, mangle and wringer, quantity of stone basket bottles, brass-mounted bedstead, box mattress, mahogany chest of drawers, blankets, pillows, painted washstands, mahogany toilet-glasses, excellent bed-room carpet, wire-wove mattress, chair bedstead and cushions, double oil stove.
OUT-DOOR EFFECTS.
Set of steps, trestles, forms, beer stools, oil drum and tap, gents bicycle, ladies' do., garden tools, about 20 sheets of corrugated iron ( 6 to 10 feet lengths), 3 or 4 sacks of good potatoes, about 5 score brussels sprouts, cauliflowers, etc., flower pots, plants.
GREY PONY, CAR, AND SET OF HARNESS,
rugs, harness, bins, boxes

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