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TOWN GREEN  -  GUILTCROSS
SHROPHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE
GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
LACONS  
WHITBREAD  
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Licensees :
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THOMAS SNELLING to February 1782
BENJAMIN SWORD
( Location as Old Buckenham 1789 )
1789 - 1796
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HENRY ELY
age 46 in 1841
died Q1 1851
1830 - 1850
GEORGE T FRENCH
age 55 in 1851
& farmer 60 acres
( died Q1 1886 - age 90 )
* 1851 - 1856
JOHN COLEMAN
& farmer 36 acres
age 48 in 1871
1858 - 1872
JOHN PITCHERS
& dealer
( John Pitcher 1875 & 1879 )
died Q1 1901 age 71
1875 - 1892
CHARLES CHRISTOPHER SIMONDS
age 70 in 1901
1896 - 1904
ROBERT G CHATTEN 1908 - 1916
ARTHUR FREDERICK REILLY 1922 - 1937
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GERALD RATLEY 1962
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George Ratley, Gerald Penson & Arthur Reeve - 1962
Publican George Ratley, farmer Gerald Penson and blacksmith Arthur Reeve - 1962.

Thanks to Charles Oxley June 2014 for above photograph.

NEW BUCKENHAM - KINGS HEAD
c1930

On Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th March 1782, All the Household Furniture including Feather Beds, tables and Chairs, Pier and Dressing Glasses, Pewter and other Kitchen Furniture, Linen, a small quantity of Liquors and a fine Cart and Harness, with a variety of other Articles, were to be sold for the benefit of the Creditors of Thomas Snelling, late of the Inn.

 

In 1830 Vans from Norwich, by Elizabeth Newdick called every Tuesday night on route to Bury St Edmunds. The return to Norwich was every Monday night.
Carrier Bowen called every Wednesday and Saturday at 7:00pm on route from Norwich to Kenninghall. The return was on Tuesday and Friday at 11:00am.

 

July 1996
1996