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EDWARD CARR 1856
Fined 8s and 11s costs for being open out of hours, August 1856.
See opposite.
FREDERICK CARR * 1856 - 1858
EDWARD CARR
brewer
* 1858 - 1881
FREDERICK CARR 1883

August 1856 - Edward Carr was charged of keeping his house open after 10:00pm. Fine of 8s and 11s costs.


Offered for sale by auction Friday 11th June 1858 as the CHEQUERS PUBLIC HOUSE AND BREWERY, in occupation of Frederick Carr. Containing large arched Cellar, Stable, Etc.
The house was part of an estate being sold, which included a Residence, Warehouse, Pasture and Garden, all of which `compactly within a ringed fence, abutting north on lands of W.W. Birch Esq,; east on the lands of the Executors of John Butcher, and Mr. Osbourn; south on the high road from Watton to East Dereham; and west on the Churchyard of Shipdham, and Church Lane, containing 33A 2R 28P'.

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Offered again for sale Wednesday 27th August 1858. Described as complete with Brewery, large arched Cellar, Stable, &c. Location given as well situated next to Church Lane and on the Roads to Watton, Dereham and Letton. Occupant given as Edward Carr.