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ASLACTON ROAD
DEPWADE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 12.11.1969
FREEHOUSE First supplied as a Freehouse by S&P during the year November 1848 - 1849
STEWARD & PATTESON One of 19 houses purchased 03.07.1931 for a total sum of £21,600
WATNEY MANN    
Licensees :
GEORGE RANDALL
age 59 in 1851
Died Q3 1857
*1836 - 1857
Mrs MARY ANN RANDALL
age 70 in 1861
Died Q3 1870 - age 79
1858 - 1869
JOHN SMITH
& farmer 13 acres
Age 69
1871
Mrs HARRIET SMITH
Age 60 in 1881
1872 - 1881
ROBERT EDWARD TALBOT
& carpenter
(Died Q4 1914 - age 80)
1883 - 1890
ROBERT SMITH
Age 42 in 1891
1891 - 1900
HERBERT JOHN DREW
(Died June 1921 - age 66 )
1901 - 1921
ARCHIBALD DAVISON
( Died March 1953 ? - age 65 )
1925
HENRY FLATT 1933 - 1937
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RANDALL'S BEER-HOUSE in August 1850 court case where Ezekiel Websdale (20), James Bartram (19) and Thomas Betts (19) were accused of setting fire to a stack of wheat at Aslacton. Bartram was found guilty, the other two were acquitted.


Mary Randall applied for a full licence at Petty Sessions held at Long Stratton Tuesday 29th August 1865 - Refused

 


Damaged by enemy action 31.07.1942