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MENDHAM LANE
OLD MARKET to 1871
EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
EARSHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 21/3/1 & PS 21/3/2 (1932 to 1967)
(note - February 1959 to February 1964 are missing)
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold to George Morse for £900 in 1828
GEORGE MORSE Supplied during 1837 to 1851 by Steward & Patteson as Freehold owned by George Morse.
(Morse merged with S&P in 1831)
 
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS by 1932
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER 03/1988
Licensees :
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WILLIAM CANN October 1777
COOPER BUNN by January 1791
ROBERT CARMAN
See below
by September 1795 - 1828
JABEZ BALLS 1830
JOHN PARKER
1839 according to Robson
1836 - 1839
JAMES BALDRY
according to Pigot
( also on Tithe map )
1839
GEORGE HEDGEMAN 1841
WILLIAM FEEK 1844
WILLIAM CARTER 1845
SUSANNAH HOPSON 1846
HENRY PRIME
age 43 in 1851
1850 - 1864
CHARLES HAMMOND 1865 - 1868
STEBBINGS LEEDER from Friday 6th November 1868 - 1871
Closed c1872 - Name returned at different premises by 1900
ROBERT W BALDRY 1900 - 1912
ADOLPHUS HENRY STANSBURY 1914 to 1938
GEORGE ROBERT RAYNER
(brewers representative)
18.03.1938
WALTER EMMERSON
( Also found as William Emmerson - see opposite)
Age 72 in 1950
08.04.1938
WILLIAM THOMAS AUSTIN 29.09.1950
HARRY GOWING 03.08.1951
Mrs ETHEL GOWING 08.10.1954
LESLIE SAGE 07.03.1958
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SANDRA & ARTHUR POWLEY 1973
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Mrs Carman died Monday 7th March 1828.

Meetings of overseers held here
18th August 1733, 25th March 1734 and 17th November 1740.

It was announced 4th October 1777 that William Cann, servant to John Kerrich Esq., had taken the Inn.

Cooper Bunn, previously a gardener from Halesworth, advised the public, January 1791, that he had taken the Inn and thanked the support he had already received from gentlemen, farmers and others.

The Earsham Hundred Petty Sessions were held here Wednesday 16th September 1795.

Also known as the
CROWN HOTEL.

Apparently the house closed during or soon after 1871.

By 1900 the name had returned upon the re-naming
of the
SIR ROBERT PEEL, a house in Mendham Lane originally
known as the
THREE JOLLY BUTCHERS.

Licence referred for Compensation Friday 4th March 1949, being considered by the authorities as being redundant to the needs of the town, but licence renewed  Wednesday 15th June 1949.

When the licence transfer was confirmed at the Harleston Magistrates Court on Friday 2th September 1950, the Chairman, Mrs. Meade, said the Bench were sorry that Mr. Emmerson was leaving and hoped that he would be happy in his new home. The house had been well conducted and there had never been any trouble.

On Friday 8th December 1950 plans submitted by Messrs. Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs, to carry out structural alterations, with a view to assisting in the supervision of the bars, was approved.

Closed 1996 -
November 1996 report states `Destined to remain closed'.