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WISBECH ROAD CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED Pre 1960
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
HOGGE & SEPPINGS Setch Brewery
BULLARDS    
Licensees :
REUBEN TUCK 1787 - 1794
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GEORGE WRIGHT 1836
WILLIAM KAY 1845
............. TERRINGTON 1846
HENRY RICHES
age 65 in 1851
1851 - 1869
Fine of £1 and 11s 6d costs on Monday 23rd August 1852 for having house open on the 14th August until thirty minutes after midnight on the morning of  Sunday 15th.
ELIJAH SHARMAN 1872 - 1877
GEORGE HUDSON 1879
ANN HART
age 61
1881
GEORGE HUDSON 1883
JAMES ELMER 1885 - 1890
JOHN HAY 1891
GEORGE JOHN EWELL to Oct 1907
THOMAS FARROW from 14.10.1907
ELIZABETH J. FARROW 17.07.1939
WILLIAM EDWARD COLLARD 11.07.1949

Owned by Reuben Tuck according to Auction document dated 22nd October 1787.
Recorded under Downham in 1794 Licence Register.

Listed in deed dated March 1820
when conveyed from Cornelius P. Herbert to
George Hogg & Thomas Allen.

As at North Delph 1836.

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At an inquest held at Banham on Thursday 10th September 1846 into the death of 46 year old Ann Scarf, it was heard that she had been living some time with a man named Terrington, who kept the Swan at Nordelph. She had returned to Banham a fortnight previously in a very weak state and complained of not having been treated as she could wish. She had admitted to a miscarriage and that her master was the father of the child. Her death was attributed to the miscarriage, her subsequent illness and her removal in an unfit state. Her master was severely reprimanded and his conduct designated as highly reprehensible.

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Also referenced as at Stow Bardolph

Became a private dwelling following closure.