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TWO FRIENDS HEMPNALL Index
GREAT GREEN DEPWADE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1907
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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JAMES ROBERTS
Age 66 in 1861
1840 - *1865
JOHN CUNNINGHAM
& farmer 6.5 acres
*1868 - 1883
Mrs ELIZA CUNNINGHAM
Age 66 in 1891
*1888 - 1891
? 1897 - 1906


Note: In 1840 there appears to be at least three James Roberts living in Hempnall. One of them is named at this house.
In 1861 a James Roberts is located in a beerhouse at Great Green, on the south side of the street.

At the Long Stratton Brewster Session held Tuesday 14th February 1906 the decision to renew the licence was deferred to the Session to be held in two weeks time.


At the Brewster Sessions held at Long Stratton on Tuesday 26th February 1906, it was heard that the licence had been objected to at the previous Session. This house was only 533 yards from other licensed premises and was owned by Messrs. Steward & Patteson. There was no complaint against the tenant who had been in occupation for ten years.
The brewers owned another house in the parish, about 1ΒΌ miles away.
Average sales were 60 barrels a year.


The magistrates decided to refer the final decision on the licence to the Quarter Sessions.

Licence not renewed at the Annual Licensing meeting held Tuesday 12th February 1907.
(A similar fate awaited the WOODMAN)


Closed by Compensation and sold October 1907