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EARSHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 21/3/1 & PS 21/3/2 (1932 to 1967)
(note - February 1959 to February 1964 are missing)
CHRISTOPHER MURIEL of Gt. Yarmouth - 1591
THOMPSONS (Margaret Thompson married Thomas Johnson of Gt. Yarmouth)
Sir JAMES JOHNSON Entertained Charles II 1671
JOHN DOVE From 1684 - Brewer of Harleston
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold to Thomas Dyson of Diss for £900 in1828
UPPER BREWERY of Shelfanger, Diss
LACONS  
WHITBREAD  
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Licensees :
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SAMUEL SELF
(Died Sunday 5th March 1797 - For many years at the Cardinal's Cap Inn)
undated
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GEORGE CANN
(Died October 1831 - age 73)
here Sept 1807
BENJAMIN BURGESS 1830
ROBERT PRATT 1836
HENRY WARD 1839 - 1841
ELIZABETH WARD
Age 30
1841
ROBERT READ BLOOMFIELD 1845
JOHN ASTEN
& corn & flour merchant
1846
JAMES FISHER
age 62 in 1851
1850 - 1856
FREDERICK FOULSHAM 1858
JAMES WELLS
Age 40 in 1861
1859 - 1869
EDWARD SNOWLING 1871
JOHN TURNER
(Charles Turner 1883)
Age 42 in 1891
1872 - 1892
ALFRED BRADLEY 1896 - 1904
GENERAL ALBERT WHITE
Age 47 in 1911
1905 - 1916
ALBERT MARSHALL 1922 to 1932
EDWARD HAROLD MUNRO 01.07.1932
JAMES ELNAUGH DURRANT 14.10.1932
S W BUCKLE (manager) 24.11.1933
ARTHUR GOOD 24.05.1935
FREDERICK ALAN TOVELL 01.12.1944
FREDERICK DICKERSON SHORTLAND 08.12.1950
EDWARD JAMES GILLELAND 07.11.1952
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE
(Brewers agent)
17.02.1956
RALPH JOHN WALLACE MITCHELL 02.03.1956
LEONARD FRANCIS PINK 11.10.1957
ROY CATTERMOLE after 1958 by 1965
RICHARD WEBSTER 07.10.1965
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The Cardinals Hat - Harleston
1917

An inn by 1591.

Meetings of overseers held here
 21st May 1733, 10th October 1733 and 2nd June 1740.

Offered for sale 18th March 1809.

As the COLONEL'S CAP according to Robson 1839,
CARDINAL'S CAP INN 1933
as CARDINAL'S CAP HOTEL 1937

In 1830 the coach the Star called every morning at 8:20am on route to London. It returned in the evening at 6:00pm

All the neat & valuable Household Furniture of Mr. R. R. Bloomfield were offered for sale by auction Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 6th to 9th October 1845, since he was changing his Residence.

 

License renewed Friday 16th September 1949 and an application was made by Messer's. Lacon & Co. to have a clubroom and headquarters for the Harleston and District British Legion in a building at the rear of the main premises. There would be a bar for the convenience of Legion members, however the general public could not be excluded. The application was perhaps assisted by the Clerk to the Magistrates  who was also chairman of the Legion Branch.
The alterations and improvements were approved on Friday 22nd September 1949.