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JOLLY WATERMAN SALTERS LODE Index
RIVER BANK CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
RICHARD HOPKIN Brewer of St. Ives to 1848
ALBERT LOOMBE CARPENTER of Kings Lynn
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK of Ely - after 1930
Licensees :
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WILLIAM PITTS 1835 - *1836
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JOHN WORTH
Age 32 in 1851
1848 - 1851
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JOHN PINNICK
(Binnick 1856, Pinnock 1858)
*1856 - *1858
EDWARD UPSHAW
& farmer
Age 38 in 1871
1861 - *1886
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SARAH ANN PIKETT / PICKETT
age 73 in 1911
(grandson Ernest William King age 20 also on premises)
1911 - 1912
FREDERICK KING by 1917
MARY ANN KING 22.10.1917
WARREN CRANE 28.07.1919
ARTHUR GEORGE ROBERTS 04.02.1924
GEORGE WILLIAM MODEN 03.02.1930
Fine 15th August 1932 of 14/- for selling out hours.
GEORGE NATHANIEL ROPER 05.07.1943
Fine recorded 18th December 1944 of
14/- on EACH of 6 cases of selling out of hours.
RONALD WALTER EVERITT 30.04.1945
HERBERT EVERITT 19.04.1948
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For Sale by Auction Friday 6th October 1848. The property of Richard Hopkins, brewer, retiring from business.
The JOLLY WATERMAN or BOAT .
John Worth in occupation.

On Saturday 29th March 1851 there was a court action instigated by Messrs. Hopkins, Bell and Hunter against Mr. Worth to recover possession of the Jolly Waterman. The matter was arranged by consent of the parties.

John Pinnick was born 11th November 1807 and died 1858.
He was Sluice Keeper at Salters Lode, from at least 1841 and in 1856 he petitioned the Bedford Level Corporation .......

`The humble petition of John Pinnick.
My Lords and Gentlemen.
I having been many years your Sluice Keeper, and also keeping a Publick House near the Sluice which I have to Hire, I therefore Pray your Honourable Board to allow me to move the Licence to the House I occupy belonging to you, which will be a great benefit to me, and will also increase the Value of Your Property.
I have the Honor to remain Your Humble Servant, John Pinnick, Salters Lode Sluice, May 13th 1856.

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Sarah Ann Pickett was summoned for selling beer, in an unsealed bottle, to a boy aged 10. Superintendant Sands said at the Petty Sessions held Monday 12th August 1912 that he did not wish to press the case and that the woman had kept the house for ` a good many years' - Fine 6s 6d.


Re-assigned to the Parish of Downham West 1st April 1935

 

 

Many thanks to Carol Pinnick for the update 28.11.2005