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SHROPHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
    COBBOLD Owned by Robert Knipe Cobbold of Eye, Suffolk & John Cobbold junior  of Cliffe, Ipswich in 1832/3
TACON Owned by Charles Tacon of Eye and Richard Tacon of Lambeth St. Eye in 1844 & 1847  : Richard Tacon of same address in 1888
Licensees :
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EDWARD HOLL 1789 - 1791
NELSON LONG
(Mrs Long died  Wednesday 13th February 1823, age 60. Mr. Long had died some time before and she was running a farm, not public house, at the time of her death.)
1794
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JOHN JESSUP
age 70 in 1841
died Q3 1855
1830 - 1841
ELVIN STEBBINGS
age 38 in 1851
1845 - 1858
GEORGE WAKE
age 35 in 1861
1861 - 1863
WILLIAM MICKLEBURGH
(William MICKLEBOROUGH 1871- age 64)
1864 - 1872
WILLIAM FROST 1875 - 1877
CHARLES LEVETT
& coal dealer
& carrier
age 59 in 1881
died Q1 1886 - age 65
1879 - 1886
Mrs ELIZABETH LEVETT
age 70 in 1891
died Q3 1893
1886 - 1892
WILLIAM LEVETT 1896
ARTHUR JAMES TITLOW
age 36 in 1901
1900 - 1904
Fine of 15s for using a cart without a licence September 1901 - See opposite.
WILLIAM EDWARD DAINES 1908
CHARLES WOODROW
(age 33 in 1911)
1912 - 1933

c1934 image - submitted
c1934 - picture submitted.

In 1830, carrier John Wells called every Tuesday morning on route to Norwich.

 

Arthur Titlow was fined 15s on Monday 16th September 1901 upon the evidence of Police Constable Palmer who said he had seen the cart in use on several occasions. He had sent Mr. Titlow the usual notices who then claimed that the cart had not been used. He had since taken out a licence. The option to paying the fine was seven days in prison.

No mention found in directories after 1933