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HOGGE & SEPPINGS Setch Brewery
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HERRING / HARRING 1790 - 1794
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Mrs ANN NEAVE 1836 - 1846
JAMES KENDALL
& blacksmith
( Died June 1871 - age 57 )
1850 - 1871
Two months imprisonment February 1864 - See opposite.
Mrs LOUISA KENDALL
& blacksmith
Died March 1885 - age 65
1871 - 1885
JAMES KENDALL
age 42 in 1891
1888 - 1912
ALFRED WRIGHT 1914 - 1925
EDWARD BUNKLE 1929 - 1933
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The Buck 1921 - Thanks to Keith Wright.

The Buck 1921
A visiting aunt with Alfred Wright's children -
Myrtle & Noel.
Image provided by Keith Wright.

At the Petty Sessions held Monday 8th February 1864, James Kendall, publican and blacksmith pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife Louisa, in a `most fearful violent manner'. He had hit her about the head and face with his leather apron. He was committed to gaol for two calendar months and upon his release to find bail of £50 and two sureties of £25.