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CHARLES SMITH
Age 40 in 1841
1836 - 1841
THOMAS HOARE 1845 - 1846
JOHN .....
Age 47
( Surname variously read as Sorley, Tooby, Tooley or Yaxley ! )
1851
HAM FLOOD 1854 - 1856
JAMES JEWELL 1858
NICHOLAS WOOD junior
Age 26 in 1861
1861 - 1864
WILLIAM BUTCHER 1865
ROBERT BARRETT
& butcher
( Died Q4 1890 - age 68 )
1868 - 1888
THOMAS WRIGHT
& boot maker
Died Q1 1894 - age 48
1890 - 1892
Mrs FRANCES WRIGHT 1894 - 1896
JOHN ALLISON MARSH
Age 41 in 1901
1900 - 1904
FREDERICK MELTON 1908
WILLIAM LINGWOOD
Died Q2 1915 - age 62
1912
FOUNTAIN YOUNG 1916
GEORGE BUNN 1922
WILLIAM E JACKSON 1925 - 1929
STEPHEN HOLFORD
( Died September 1965 - age 76 )
1933 - 1937
ALFRED WILLIAM BEAR
( Died June 1980 - age 76 )
by 02.1950
PERCY ALBERT HILL 06.07.1953
EWART WILLIAM TWIGG 06.06.1955
JOHN ALFRED SCOTT
( Died March 1984 - age 69 )
03.12.1956
HORACE JOHN CRAMPHORN
( Died September 1979 - age 80 )
19.01.1959
GEOFFREY WILD 19.08.1963
GORDON HUGO ELLIS 07.12.1964
ROBERT CRISP 06.12.1965
( Bert & Mary )  H. L. E.  GODDARD 30.06.1970 - 1975 +
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Gayton - Rampant Horse - 04.07.1998
1998

Restaurant added and opened June 1972


A meeting concerning a Presentation to Parliament regarding the Geyton (sic) Inclosure was held at the BLACK HORSE on Wednesday 15th March 1808.


For sale by auction Tuesday 3rd June 1845.
A First Rate Road House in the occupation of Mr. Hoare.
Including large Club-room, Parlour, Bar, Store-rooms and Pantries, Kitchen, seven Sleeping-rooms, Wash-house and offices.

For Sale by Auction Friday 28th March 1856.
In the occupation of Ham Flood.
With large Garden, Bowling-green and Skittle Ground. Convenient Cellar, stables, Outhouses and buildings thereto belonging.

All the neat Household Furniture, excellent Featherbeds, Bedding and other Effects of Mr. Ham Flood were to be sold by Auction Thursday 9th October 1856 since he had taken the SHIP at Narborough.