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15 THE GREEN WEST FLEGG FULL LICENCE -
EAST & WEST FLEGG LICENCE REGISTERS 20th September 1794 and PS 17/4/1 & PS 17/4/2 ( 1903 - 1973 )
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WHITBREAD  
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Licensees :
ROBERT REED 1794
Mrs READ widow Here 08.1806 & 06.02.1808
M. READ 1820
Mr PLUMMER 1830
WILLIAM ROGERS
age 46 in 1851
& wheelwright
1836 - 1854
RICHARD ROGERS
& bowling green proprietor
& spirit merchant
1858 - 1877
JAMES SAMUEL EDMONDS
Died December 1882 - age 61
1879 - 1882
Mrs ELIZABETH EDMONDS
( Died Q1 1909 - age 81 )
from 1883
FREDERICK ALBERT SMITH 17.10.1905
WILLIAM PICKARD 15.10.1907
ROBERT FUTTER 19.07.1910
ELIZABETH HANNAH FUTTER
( Died in 1940 )
10.07.1917
Fine 06.07.1920 of 20/-  ( or 14 days detention ) for
selling out of hours.
BERTIE GRAPES
( Son-in-law of Robert & Elizabeth Futter )
25.06.1929
NORMAN GIBBS 21,.09.1937
ARTHUR HAROLD DULLEY 31.10.1939
Fine 21.01.1941 of £1 for selling out of hours.
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For Sale by Auction 6th December 1820, then in the occupation of M. Read (Mrs Read, widow as 1806 and 1808?)


In 1830 - `The Kings Arms Inn, kept by Mr Plummer, whose general attention and excellent accommodations are highly spoken of by travellers, as also his clean beds and excellent fare, and charges.'

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On 26th September 1865, two handsome prizes were given by landlord Richard Rogers, for subscribers of the Kings Arms Bowling Team. After some very fine play, the first prize was won by Mr. William Greenacre of Strumpshaw, the second prize going to Mr. John Lee Hunt of Martham.
An excellent tea was provided afterwards, in the landlords first rate style. An agreeable evening was spent with harmony prevailing to a late hour.