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HARLESTON ROAD DISS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE to 1867 then BEERHOUSE CLOSED
SHERIFFE to 1840
ETHERIDGE B. C. Etheridge - Brewer of Eye, Suffolk. As given 1864 and 1868.
LACONS ( House owned by Charles Stanhope Melville Bateman-Hanbury of Brome Hall, Eye, Suffolk in 1915 )
WHITBREAD  
Licensees :
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THOMAS BARKER
( Went to Scole Inn by July 1791 )
to 1791
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ROBERT ALDOUS
& joiner
1836 - 1846
WILLIAM KERRY
age 49 in 1851
1850 - 1851
HENRY COLEMAN 1854
JOHN ROGERS 1856
GEORGE SPITTALS 1858
WILLIAM HAROLD
Age 40 in 1861
1861 - 1864
WILLIAM FROST 1865
WILLIAM THROWER
& thatcher
1868 - 1872
ROBERT BALDWIN 1875 - 1877
FRANK GREEN 1879 - 1896
EDMUND GOOCH 1900 -1905
EDWARD PALMER 11.10.1905 - 1916
ARTHUR RICHARD BALLS
manager for Trust Houses
1922
JOHN BARTRAM
manager
1925 - 1929
CLAUDE BONNER BOWLES 1933 - 1937
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Shown on Bryants 1826 map.

Lot no. 25 in sale by auction 2nd September 1840.
Part of the estate of Robert Sheriffe.
Sold to Kerrison for £650

Offered To Let 27th August 1864, with Immediate Possession.

The 87 members of the King's Head Thrift Club shared out their £1,050 5s 1d on Friday 8th December 1950.
The club, formed several years previously, was the first to be formed in the village.
The Reveller's Concert Party entertained.

William Thrower applied for a spirit licence at the Petty Sessions held Wednesday 28th August 1868. The previous landlord had been convicted of a felony some five months before and the spirit licence had been taken away as a consequence. Since Mr. Throwers occupation, the house had been used as a beer-house only. It was argued that since it was less than three years since a full licence was held, the usual notices were not necessary. The Bench refused the application. Owner of the house, Mr. Etheridge of Eye, considered the decision to be very hard on him as landlord of the house.