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THE STREET HENSTEAD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
STEWARD & PATTESON Described as Mortgaged and only supplied from 1837 to 1839
Owned by George Hammond Heard of Shotesham All Saints in 1841
CANN & CLARKE Wymondham Brewery as documented 1876
MORGANS from 11.05.1894
Licensees :
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BENJAMIN DANIELS
age 53 in 1851
*1836 - *1851
HANNAH BUCK 1852
CHARLES BUNN 1854
THOMAS DANIELS 1856
JONATHAN POWLEY
Age 59 in 1861
1858 - 1865
HENRY DUFFIELD 1868
HENRY BOAST 1869
JOHN CHENERY
& drillman
1871
LOUIS WHITING 1875
DAVID CLARKE 1877 - 1879
JOHN CRANE
& dealer
1883 - *1888
Mrs LYDIA GATH
Age 65 in 1891
1890 - 1892
GEORGE DAVISON *1896
WALTER GOSLING *1900 - *1904
RICHARD BALDRY
(previously at the STORES)
1906
FREDERICK BOWMAN *1908
WILLIAM BROWN 1912
WILLIAM BROWN
GEORGE SMITH
(owners 1915 ?)
1915


The Norfolk Chronicle of 10.02.1906 reported that the fate of the house was to be decided at the next Quarter Sessions.

It was noted that the population of Saxlingham Nethergate was 520, with 3 Full licences and 3 beer licences.

Licensee Richard Baldry advised that he doing a fair trade and was selling over a barrel a week as well as plenty of bottled stuff and did a fair spirit trade.

It was said that if Mr. Baldry had no poultry business, there would be no living to be made from the house.