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QUEEN VICTORIA HAPPISBURGH index
LOWER STREET
COMMON
HAPPING HUNDRED BEERHOUSE
later
FULL LICENCE
CLOSED 1997
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS PS 11/4/1 to PS 26/18/3 (Feb 1928 - Feb 1974)
LACONS   
WHITBREAD Closed c1976
Freehouse Reopened 1977 : Closed January 1997
Licensees :
CHRISTOPHER CUSHION
& shopkeeper
Age 65 in 1841
*1836 - 1845
JOSEPH PYE
age 72
* 1851 - * 1856
ROBERT JIMPSON 1858 - 1869
CHARLES CLARKE
& farmer
* 1871 - * 1877
RICHARD SALMON 1879 - * 1881
WILLIAM JAMES COOKE IRESON
& shopkeeper
(William Eason 1888 ?)
1883 - * 1888
CHARLES CASON
& grocer
Age 34 in 1891
*1890 - 1911
Mrs HARRIET MARTHA CASON
(age 60 in 1911)
1912
Mrs ROSANNA MANTHORPE 1916
HENRY / HARRY JARVIS 1922 - 1925
ABRAHAM ARTHUR AMIS by 1928
CHARLES JOHN GREEN 10.02.1959
.CLIFFORD HARRY SILLIS 16.02.1976
.LAWRENCE GERALD MAY &
MARTIN HOWARD GROCOTT
20.09.1976
DAVID WILLIAM PURCELL  &
LEONARD ALFRED BAXTER
14.01.1980
July 1995
July 1995

** Christopher Cushion is at an un-named house in 1836.
Princess Victoria became Queen (aged 18) in 1837
upon the death (20th June 1837) of William IV .

The house was licensed to sell beer only until 23.02.1959 when a full licence was issued.

Structural alterations were carried out by Lacons from March to July 1961.