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EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1937
EARSHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 21/3/1 & PS 21/3/2 (1932 to 1967)
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold 1828 to THOMAS DYSON of Diss for £755
UPPER BREWERY of Shelfanger Road, Diss. To TOLLEMACHE of IPSWICH 1897 (Later to Lacons)
TOLLEMACHE from 1897
LACONS by 1932
Licensees :
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JOHN BROWN 1828 - 1836
THOMAS TILLET 1839 - 1841
JOHN DUNN
Died Friday 13th December 1850 - age 38
1845 - 1850
ANN DUNN (36)
& farmer 30 acres
1851
CHARLES RUMSBEY 1854
ANN DUNN 1856
FREDERICK KING
& wheelwright
Age 32 in 1861
1858 - 1861
SAMUEL STOCKDALE 1863 - 1865
JAMES AGGAS
& agricultural labourer 1871
& market gardener 1883
1868 - 1883
WILLIAM RUTH
Age 56 in 1891
Died Tuesday 4th December 1900
1888 - 1900
Mrs CATHERINE RUTH
Age 67 in 1901
1901 - 1904
ROBERT GARDNER 1908 - 1925
Mrs ELIZA MARIA GARDNER 1929 to 1932
WILLIAM JOHN DALLISTON 14.10.1932

 

For Sale by Auction Wednesday 1st July 1761.
Described as the Ancient and Well-accustomed Publick House, near Reddenhall Church and on the London Road. A Barn and 10 Acres included.


Auctioneer gave location as Redenhall with Harleston in 1828 sale.
Lot No. 1 in the sale of Harleston Brewery properties 3rd July 1828
Included a Bake-office, Barn, Stable, Cow House, Yard, Garden and three pieces of Meadow and Arable Land.
The Coach-house and Stable standing in the meadow behind the Barn, and a Right of Passage thereto being on Lease for the residue of 99 years, granted in 1790, by the Reverend Gervas Holmes (deceased).

Location given as Wortwell 1854

Full licence removed to Scratby CALIFORNIA TAVERN 02.09.1937

Note in licence register says "Closed. No explanation from brewers. Believe licence surrendered for a new licence out of this district" .
A second note says `Confirmed 1938'