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WATTON ROAD SHROPHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1900
FREEHOUSE First supplied by STEWARD & PATTESON during the year 1837/1838
Licensees :
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JOHN TOLMAN
born 1796
**1854
WILLIAM TOLMAN
born 1804
1858 - 1861
JOHN GREEN 1861 - 1865
WILLIAM GREEN 1868 - 1869
JOSEPH SAUNDERS
Age 29
1871
WILLIAM BENNETT * 1872
Not found 1875 to 1880.
Joseph Saunders is given as a farmer in 1872
JOSEPH SAUNDERS
Age 39
1881
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WILLIAM WEST
farmer, age 42
1891


As CURRIERS ARMS 1861 & 1891
Also given as COURIERS (1869) or CARRIERS ARMS

For Sale by Auction Thursday 28th June 1860 with stables, Cow-house, Shelter-sheds and Yards, Garden and Orchard, containing altogether 0A 2r 28P, in occupation of William Tolman.
Also a Messuage used as a Grocer's Shop with small Barn, occupied by Thomas Edwards.

For Sale by Auction Thursday 13th June 1862 by the executor of the late Mr. William Warren. In occupation of John Green.
Also a Messuage used as a Grocer's Shop with small Barn, occupied by Thomas Edwards.

In a County Court action held Thursday 5th November 1863 it was heard that John Green had taken over the beerhouse, from James Tollman, at Michaelmas 1861.Mr. Tolman had then taken on the WHITE HORSE at Little Cressingham. ( Recorded there from at least 1858 ).  The sum of £7 11s was in dispute, said by Tolman to be the residual sum due for covenants and fixtures. Mr. Green said that he had fully paid £30 originally agreed and that a later valuation had said that that was too much. After much conflicting evidence, His Honour said he found the case extraordinary and would not come to a hasty conclusion since it was clear that one of the sides had knowingly given false statements.

 

New ( full ) licence awarded to John Green Tuesday 5th September 1865.

William Green was granted a new licence ( full ) Tuesday 8th September 1868.

( Full ) Licence was not renewed Tuesday 6th September 1869, the decision being adjourned to session to be held 28th September.