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SIR ROBERT PEEL HARLESTON index
MENDHAM LANE EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE Became the CROWN by 1900
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Licensees :
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CHARLES PEARCE
& farmer 20 acres
Age 43 in 1861
Went to THREE HORSESHOES
* 1858 - 1863
WILLIAM BUNN * 1864 - * 1869
HANNAH BUNN 1871
MARTHA BUNN 1872
JONATHAN REEVE 1877 - 1883
JAMES WRIGHT 1888 - 1892
GEOEGE OAKLEY senior
See below.
1893
ROBERT RICHES 1896

It was reported 30th June 1893 that 17 year-old Arthur Oakley, a higgler and son of the landlord of the Sir Robert Peel, had surrendered to his bail.

George Oakley senior had three sons, Arthur, George II and William. They were reported to be notorious drunks and cussors dealing on the shady side of the law, in various goods and acting as scrap men and carters.

Originally the THREE JOLLY BUTCHERS 

First found by name in 1861
No reference found after 1896


William Bartram and James Ward , both millers of Harleston, were charged of assault on Charles Pearce. They were each fined 1s with 9s costs on 2nd May 1863.

The licence of the RED LION was transferred to here on Friday 26th August 1875.

( House named after Sir Robert Peel b1788 - d 1850 )