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HOLT LICENCE REGISTERS PS 28/6/1 to PS 28/12/1 ( 1878 to c1962)
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
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Licensees :
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WILLIAM BUCK junior 1817
ROBERT BUTTER 1836
RICHARD MAYES
& shoemaker
1845 - 1846
see opposite 1851
JAMES RAMM
& carrier
1854 - 1856
WILLIAM ALDRIDGE 1858
JOHN NEAL
Age 33
1861
ROBERT HURNE 1863
JAMES HURN 1864
WILLIAM HURN 1865
ROBERT BARRETT 1868
BENJAMIN BARRETT 1869
Mrs. EMILY H. BARRETT
Age 54 in 1871
1871 - 1872
GEORGE FARROW 1875 - 1877
JOHN BARNARD by 1878
FREDERICK WORDINGHAM 31.05.1879
ROBERT JOHN BUTTER
( John Butters in licence register)
Age 43 in 1891 - Master Mariner
03.09.1891
JEREMIAH PIERCY
( also as Piercey)
16.11.1891
MATTHEW THOMAS FARROW 18.10.1897
HENRY CARTER 20.06.1898
HENRY TEMPLE 26.06.1899
Mrs ANN TEMPLE 02.11.1934
MARY ANN BULLIMORE 09.09.1959
DORIS M. TEMPLE 1967
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HARRY FOWLER &
ROWAN GLENNIE
June 2011

c1930
c1930

In 1817 William Buck junior issued a token of value one Pint.
He was owner of a brig named the Cruizer which was registered in Gt. Yarmouth in 1818. The reverse of the 1817 token shows an image of the Cruizer.

Offered to let from year to year as advertised 2nd August 1845.
Complete with adjoining Blacksmith's Shop


In 1851 either JAMES ROMAN (47) or EDMUND WORDENHAM (63) is here,
the other at the TOWNSHEND ARMS