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SEVEN MILE HOUSE REEDHAM index
  WALSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
BLOFIELD, TAVERHAM & WALSHAM REGISTERS taken September 1789 and September 1794
Licensees :
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WILLIAM READ 1789
SARAH READ 1794
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SEVEN MILE STONES in 1794 register.

Seven Mile House is marked on the 1st edition OS Map, c1880,  at 645217.80, 303330.78. Approximately mid way between Reedham and the Berney Arms.

Buildings are present on the Tithe Map c1840 , plot marked 104.

 A Mr. Gown or Gowen was said to live at Seven Mile House during the period 1832 - 1836. He was mentioned in the October 1837 trial of George Lake who had been charged with stealing a double barrelled shotgun, value £4, from Joseph Harrison of Surlingham. The crime was said to have taken place during February 1832. Lake was found guilty and sentenced to six months imprisonment.
The report does not say if Seven Mile House was licensed at the time.