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THE COMMON HENSTEAD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE later FULL LICENCE  
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 07.10.1911 for £600
WATNEY MANN   
BRENT WALKER    
PUBMASTER     
Licensees :
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JAMES ALDRID 1836
WILLIAM BARLOW and / or
ROBERT DADE
See below
.1846
JEREMIAH RICHES 
& gardener
* 1854 - * 1861
Mrs RICHES 1863
ISAAC ABBS 1864 - 1866
GEORGE MARTINS
& market gardener
c1869 - 1894
AMOS FRANCIS BACON 1894 - 1929
FRANK  BUNN
( Wife Mabel )
1936 - 1952
AUDREY & CHARLES HALE 1952 - 1964
AUDREY & FRANK DRAKE 1964 - 1984
Closed
IRENE & BURT STALWORTHY 1986
JACKY & KEN BATCHELOR 1987
BARRY CLARKE 1988
MAE BROWNE & SAM 1988
MAE BROWNE 1990
CATHY & STEWART STEEL 04.06.1991
ROBERT WILKINSON
( Wobbly Bob)
01.09.1992
TRISH & TREVOR LAWRENCE 23.06.1995
ROGER ROPER
( Managed by Pat)
15.08.1996
CHRISTINE & MIKE CARTER 07.05.1997
PAULINE & RICHARD PALIN 02.02.1999
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Image courtesy of Richard Palin
The GLOBE - 2001


Update thanks to Richard Palin

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The Globe - c1920

George & Rebecca Martins - 1880
George & Sophia Martins - 1880
All above images provided by R. Palin

At the County Court, held in Norwich on Friday 30th November 1866, Isaac Abbs sought to recover the sum of £8 0s 5d from plumber George Boyce, a resident of Shotesham. The account had been accrued from 9th October 1864 and consisted in the most part, of ale and porter which had been supplied in quantities from two glasses to twenty-one, a day. Mrs Abbs said that the defendant would drink until he was drunk and not liking solitude, would pay a man a shilling per day to keep him company. Some of the items not paid for were matches and onions.
Mr Boyce admitted that he owed money, but indignantly refuted any allegation regarding his sobriety, affirming that he had been sober on many occasions in the previous year. When asked to name a day or two when he had been sober, after some hesitation, he said the 17th October. He also disputed the sum owed and produced a witness, a man in his service, to prove that he was not in the village when some of his imbibatory habits were said to have taken place.
Taking a piece of paper from his pocket, said to contain dates, for the purpose of refreshing his memory, the witness was asked when he wrote it. Upon the answer `Six years ago' there was laughter in the court.
His Honor observed that the witness had committed perjury in that the paper had probably been written that morning.
Judgement was that the debt be immediately settled or a reasonable settlement be found between the parties.

 

House closed for refurbishment 1984 - 1986

29.12.1997

 

In 1846 there are four persons listed selling beer in Shotesham All Saints.
Two can be accounted for at the Crown and the Dukes Head.
That leaves Mr. Barlow and Mr. Dade of whom either could have been at this house.....or one after another?