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17 THE HAVAKER WALSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS 8/6/3 (1872 - 1957?)
LACONS   
WHITBREAD     
FREEHOUSE    
Licensees :
JOHN NEALE By December 1844 - 1845
ENOCH EASTAUGH
age 64 in 1851
1846 - 1856
EDWARD BARNES 1858 to 1892
DANIEL JOHN HUNTING 20.11.1882
WALTER CALVER HUNTING 19.11.1883
WILLIAM SMITH 04.10.1886
WILLIAM DENTON 20.01.1890
JOSEPH CURRY 20.11.1893
HERBERT WILLIAM CHAPMAN 01.07.1907
WILLIAM ARTHUR NICHOLLS 08.11.1909
JAMES BANHAM 15.01.1912
JAMES GOODWIN RUMP 20.05.1912
JAMES HENRY SMITH 13.01.1913
JAMES BANHAM 16.11.1914
ARTHUR JOHN BENNS 12.04.1915
Fine £2/10/- or 1 Months detention for being open during prohibited hours. 13.09.1915
ALFRED LEONARD HUMPHREY 09.07.1923
ROBERT WILLIAM BARBER 02.01.1950
ARTHUR THOMAS CALVER 07.02.1955
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IVOR CUDERS 1990 - 2001
JAMES LUNN 2001 - 2006
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The Railway - Reedham - December 1998
13.12.1998

RAILWAY ARMS 1844, 1845 & 1846

RAILWAY HOTEL 1865

KINGS HEAD c1970

MARTINGALE (briefly in 1970's)

TOP HOUSE
(Freehouse)

Back to RAILWAY from 1990

John Neale informed the public 26th December 1844 that he had entered the New Established RAILWAY ARMS, which was most convenient for persons using the Railway Station, being situated only a few yards away.

Held Beer Festivals throughout late 1900's - The 14th festival being held during 2000.

Closure and conversion to apartments
threatened in newspaper article 13th March 2006