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FISHMONGERS ARMS NEEDHAM Index
HIGH ROAD EARSHAM HUNDRED - CLOSED by 1930
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold to R. Sheriffe of Diss in 1828 for £1020
SHERIFFE to 1840
STEWARD & PATTESON At time of closure
Licensees :
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JOSHUA SMITH
Senior died 31st October 1832 - age 83
pre 1827
JOSHUA SMITH
 Died 10th August 1843 - age 58
1827 to 1843
ELIZABETH SMITH 1845
WILLIAM PRIME 1846 - 1863
WILLIAM BRYANT 1864 - 1867
GEORGE RIVETT
& bricklayer
1868 - 1872
RICHARD BEALES
& cattle dealer
1875 - 1879
THOMAS SHORT 1881 - 1896
W. F. SIMONDS 1900
JOSEPH JOHN BUGG 1904 - 1929
PHOEBE BUGG 31.05.1929 to October 1929
JOHN GEORGE WOOLNOUGH 04.10.1929 to closure 1930


Joshua Smith of the Fishmongers Arms, married Miss Ede of Mendham as reported Saturday 21st July 1827.


Deeds exist dated 1758 - 1897

Called FISHER'S ARMS in 1822 advertisement calling for collection of Cattle to be taken to Smithfield Market and in court case Friday 4th October 1867 when Henry Algar was charged and fined for wilfully damaging a window and shutter.

Joshua Smith of the Fishmongers Arms married Miss Elizabeth Ede of Mendham during July 1827.

Lot No. VI in the sale of Harleston Brewery properties 3rd July 1828.
In occupation `for many years past' of Joshua Smith. Including Stable, Cow-house, Yards and Garden, containing altogether 1A 0R 9P; Also a piece of Meadow Land containing 3A 3R 0P; a Barn and Hempland and another Meadow containing 2A 0R 36P.

Those with any claims against, or those indebted to the late Joshua Smith were notified 27th September 1843 that business would be carried on as usual. All accounts to be sent to Mrs Elizabeth Smith.

Lot No. 27 in sale 02.09.1840 of the Robert Sheriffe estate.
Tenant then Joshua Smith
Sold for £750 to Kerrison

Although the licence was considered for referral at the Adjourned Licensing meeting held Friday  26th February 1909, the licence was renewed.
The house was said to be 162 yards away from the Red Lion.

Following the death of her husband, Mrs. Bugg agreed, on Friday 31st May 1929  to continue the tenancy until the next licensing court.

Licence not renewed at the Annual Licensing Sessions Friday 7th February 1930 on the grounds of redundancy.
On Wednesday 11th June 1930 Messrs. Steward & Patteson and the tenant, John George Woolner consented to the licence being referred for compensation.

Closed by compensation and sold 1930.

 

 

Hannah Steverson, died suddenly 26th February 1856, widow of the late William Steverson of the Fish, Needham.
Mr. William Steverson was in occupation of several pieces of land in the parish of Needham which were offered for sale by auction, in ten lots, at the Fishmongers Arms Inn on Monday 29th May 1848.
No record of Mr. Steverson being licensee of the Fishmongers Arm has yet been found.