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CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1931
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1794 & PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
A & B HALL of Ely
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK of Ely from 15th December 1930
Licensees :
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PETER BRACY (?) 1794
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HENRY CARMAN
Died Wednesday 6th June 1832
to 1832
WILLIAM JEAURDAN
Age 40 in 1841
*1841 - *1845
........ JORDAN 1846
MARY JOURDAN
Age 61
*1851
RICHARD CARMAN 1854 - 1865
CHRISTOPHER BAKER 1869
JOHN TAYLOR 1871 - 1879
JAMES TUCK 1881 - 1892
(George Taylor) ? 1891 ?
HARRY BEE 1896 - 1900
GEORGE FEETHAM 1904 - 1908
JAMES JOHN WATSON
Age 32 in 1911
by 1911
Fine of 1/- with 4/- costs 15.04.1912 for keeping open during prohibited hours.
JOHN HENRY HALL 16.07.1917
HAROLD SEDGEWICK 15.04.1929
(George J. Game as Kellys - manager ?) 1929


Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

At Hundred Foot Bank 1892
Ten Mile Bank in 1925

The inquest into the death of licensee Henry Carman was held at the premises in the evening of Wednesday 6th June 1832. The deceased had been discovered dead in a local field on that same day. The verdict was `Died by a Visitation of God'.

Licensee Watson and customer Walter Jefferson both pleaded guilty to charges made in court 15th April 1912. Constable Symonds had visited the house at 2:53pm on 31st March and found Watson putting a pint mug of beer into a cupboard. Watson said he had asked Jefferson to stay because it was raining. No beer had been drawn after 2:30pm and Watson said he was sorry.

Licence renewal not made at Sessions 2nd February 1931.
Letter from Hall, Cutlack & Harlock dated 7th February 1931 states that it had been decided to drop the licence.