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SHROPHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE - FULL LICENCE 1867 CLOSED 03.05.1971
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS    
BULLARDS    
WATNEYS to closure 1971
Licensees :
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JOHN DAINES
age 65 in 1851
also as Daynes & Dains
& gardener 1858
(died Q2 1862)
* 1836 - 1861
Fine of £2 and 14s 6d costs 26th February 1852 for allowing gambling with dice in his beerhouse.
LEWIS DADE
& blacksmith
(died December 1908 - age 68)
Full licence granted 03.09.1867
1864 - 1908
Fine of 21s and costs October 1863 for having house open for the sale of beer after 10:00pm on 18th September 1863
HORACE DADE
age 41 in 1911
1912 - 1922
HARRY MARSH
(Henry Marsh 1925)
1925 - 1937
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E. A. WOODROW 1967


Location in 1850's given as Ragmire or Ragmere.

Offered for sale by auction 14th November 1864, being the property of the Late Richard Lovett.
Including, Newly Erected Blacksmiths Shop, Capital Nine Pin Ground, convenient outbuildings and good Garden, and Pightle of Land, containing together about ½ acre.
Now in the occupation of Lewis Dade, as undertenant to Charles Farrow esq.

No change recommended at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and Steward & Patteson 29.05.1962.
Sales reported as 116 barrels.

Sales of 70 barrels of beer plus
32 barrels of bottled beer
reported in the final year of trading.