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THE QUAY WALSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS 8/6/3 (1872 - 1957?)
FREEHOUSE Administrators of RICHARD MUTTEN
DIVER & SON of Gt Yarmouth (after 1903) - (Ownership changed in 1908 to Henry Carter)
DIVER & SON of London 30.09.1925
        
Licensees :
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Mr SHEPPARD 1826
WILLIAM SHEPHERD
& coal dealer
1832 - 1836
HANNAH SHEPHERD 1839
WILLIAM CASE
age 45 in 1851
1845 - 1851
WILLIAM STOCKINGS 1854 - 1856
JAMES BENNS 1858
RICHARD CHARLES MUTTEN 1861 - 1871
MARY MATILDA MUTTEN by 1872
Licence endorsed 18.08.1879 for being open out of hours.
(Licensee name not specified)
JACOB MUTTEN 1883
CHARLES JACOB MUTTEN 1888 - 1901
EMILY ANNA MUTTEN 11.11.1901
HARRY JACOB CARTER 02.07.1906
WALTER WILLIAM GOODERHAM 14.07.1910
ELLEN PRICILLA GOODERHAM 22.05.1916
JAMES ALBERT HEATH 17.05.1920
EDITH HEATH 25.08.1930
ALFRED PERRY 09.02.1931
GEORGE WALTER EVERETT 30.09.1935
FRANK HUDSON 26.04.1937
JOHN BERRY-LAWRENCE 12.02.1940
FRANK SIDNEY CLOVER 21.09.1942
FREDERICK STANLEY CHATTERS 10.11.1947
WILLIAM CROSS 13.03.1950
EDWARD WILLIAM EWLES 01.10.1956
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The Ship - December 1998
13.12.1998


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1998

Providing good accommodation according to an article dated 9th April 1826.
Said to be one of the only two public houses in Reedham.
(Other one being the BRICKMAKERS ARMS)

 In January 1833, Manners Mott, John Hastings, John Nout, William Bandy and Thomas Cammock were accused of a violent assault on landlord William Shepherd. 
On the morning of 6th November 1832, upon a dispute arising over charges made, a constable had been called and it was upon his arrival that the violence broke out. A sixth person by the name of York had broken Shepherd's arm with a spade and absconded. The constable had been beaten until assistance arrived.
Mott's brother was drowned in a dyke as the group ran away.
Manners Mott was sentenced to 6 month's imprisonment in Walsingham Bridewell for assaulting the constable.
Thomas Lincoln had only taken part in the affray when he saw his companion drowning and so received 2 month's imprisonment.
Mott, Hastings, Bandy and Cammock were each sentenced to three month's imprisonment for the assault on Shepherd.
(Manners Mott, Hastings, Nout, Bandy and Cammock were bankers employed on the new river)

 



See page 90 of THE NORFOLK BROADS IN OLD POSTCARDS first published 1990, by Basil Gowen.