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NECTON ROAD SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE later FULL LICENCE CLOSED
CANN & CLARKE Included in sale of Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS Spirit licence dropped 1894
Licensees :
 
GEORGE NELSON
& miller
Age 64 in 1861
* 1846 - * 1869
ISAAC CARTER
Age 53
1871 - 1872
EDWARD ELLIS 1875 - * 1879
JOHN OLDFIELD * 1879
CAROLINE OLDFIELD 1881
JOHN OLDFIELD 1883 - 1885
Mrs CHARLOTTE OLDFIELD * 1888 - 1890
JAMES OLDFIELD
age 33
1891
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WILLIAM WOODS 1900
THOMAS GODDARD
Died 29th June 1903 - Intestate.
c1902 - 1903
WALTER NEAVE / NEVE 05.08.1903 - 1904
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It was here in 1876 that 46 year old Charlotte Oldfield ( nee Blower ) gave birth to her 9th child. One of her sons John (age 30 c1890 ), known as Jack, was caught poaching and this led to Charlotte loosing her licence. Jack became apprenticed to his elder brother James, who had set up as a butcher in Southwark.

On Wednesday 5th August 1903, an application was made for transfer of the beerhouse licence from the late Thomas Goddard to Mr. W. W. Neave. At a previous hearing the request had been refused since Mr. Neave would normally be absent from the house from 6:00am to 6:00pm and it was considered that he would have insufficient control of the house. Mr. Neave had leased the house from the widow of the previous tenant and was a resident-occupier. As a result of the previous concerns about his control of the house, he had decided not to follow his employment but to attend to the house himself.
The property had held a beerhouse licence for the past fifty years and the court had no grounds on which they could refuse the licence.
Transfer application granted.

Licence provisionally granted at the Swaffham Licensing Sessions 1906 as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle 10.02.1906 - not found after this date.