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WESTGATE STREET CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 04.10.1960
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
CHARLES HAWES of SWAFFHAM to 1929 : Supplied by BAGGES Brewery.
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased by S&P, 1929
Licensees :
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CHARLES HAWES
& carrier
Age 54 in 1871
*1863 - 1883
Mrs SUSANNAH HAWES
(age 55 in 1871)
1888
Miss HARRIETT HAWES
age 35 in 1891
09. 1889 - 1900
HARRY DYE
(Henry Dye 1903)
1903 - 1912
ROBERT OVERMAN 1916 to 1925
MATILDA SUSANNA OVERMAN 20.07.1925
SAMUEL BUNTON 12.10.1925
GEORGE BARRETT BELL 13.04.1931
JESSIE SUSANNAH BELL 08.01.1945
LEONARD GEORGE BARKER 19.04.1948


On Monday 9th September 1889 Mr. Harriet Hawes applied for and obtained the licence of the Victory, recently occupied by her late mother.

Image shown with permission of Norfolk County Council Library & Information Service.  Click this image for link to Picture Norfolk.
c1890
Image shown with permission of
Norfolk County Council Library and Information Service


Address 1891 as Back Street.


It appears that BAGGES Brewery of Kings Lynn supplied the house to 1929, when they were taken over by S&P. At the same time S&P purchased the house from (the estate of ?) Charles Hawes.

41 barrels of beer sold in final year of trading