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St ANNE'S STAITHE WEST FLEGG BEERHOUSE CLOSED 28.09.1970
  EAST & WEST FLEGG LICENCE REGISTERS 17th November 1789 & 20th September 1794 and PS 17/4/1 & PS 17/4/2 (1903 - 1973)
BELLS Conveyed to Bells Brewery or Ancestors 06.01.1821
STEWARD & PATTESON From 1845 - Copyhold purchased by S&P 28.06.1865
WATNEY MANN Closed September 1970
Licensees :
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WILLIAM ROYAL / ROYALL 1789 - 1794
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JAMES HUNTER 1820
CHARLES FLOWERDEW
& wheelwright 1845
& carpenter , age 54 in 1851
1836 - 1856
GEORGE FLOWERDEW
age 25 in 1861
& wheelwright
1858 - 1861
JOHN ADDY 1865 - 1881
GEORGE COSSEY
(E. Amis in 1891 census ?)
by 1883
Mrs MAUD COSSEY
(Given as Maria Cossey 1908 & 1912)
26.07.1904
GEORGE EDWARD FLOWERDEW 15.07.1913
ARTHUR FREDERICK CLARKE 29.08.1922
JAMES WILLIAM DEAN 01.01.1924
HENRY BENJAMIN CUMBY 22.08.1939
to at least 1947
BEAU COSSEY
& wife DAISY
c1960 to closure?


For Sale by Auction 6th December 1820, then in the occupation of James Hunter.

Shown on Bryants 1826 map

Steward & Patteson report dated April 1969, prepared for Watney Mann, recommended immediate closure. It was said that ``Trade is poor - Beer drawn from the wood - Living accommodation poor''.