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TUNSTEAD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS 1794 &  PS 11/4/1 to PS 11/4/4 ( Feb 1928 to Feb 1974)
STEWARD & PATTESON Freehold owned by George Morse.
WATNEY MANN   
BRENT WALKER 03.1988
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Licensees :
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JAMES SPARKES 1794
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JOHN MACE
& joiner
1836
JEREMIAH HANNANT
& joiner
1845 - 1846
JOHN ABIGAIL
age 48 in 1851
& carpenter
( John S Abigail 1861 )
1850 - 1861
JOHN KNIGHTS GIBSON 1865 - 1877
JAMES LONG 1879 - 1908
ALFRED DANIEL MARSTON 1912 - 1916
JOHN WILLIAM WOODHOUSE 1922 - 1936
GERTRUDE ALICE WOODHOUSE 13.01.1936
STANLEY WILLIAM WATTS 04.12.1944
WILLIAM JAMES PAYNE 12.04.1954
STAN & LYNN PEARMAN
( Stanley Bertram Pearmain ? ) 
01.04.1968
to at least 1974
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CARL & SUE HUNTER 10.1987 - 01.2014
GEORGE & EUNICE WORTLEY 02.2014
EUNICE WORTLEY by 2016

 

04.08.1996
August 1996

Formerly HILL HOUSE


On 26th August 1857, the harvest `Frolic' was held here.
Following a day of drinking, some slept at the inn, William Seager was lifted onto a settle, after first falling asleep on the brick floor.
Three or four persons were in the room when he fell asleep and one of them was William Harmer. On awakening, Seager found that he was missing 3 half-crowns and 9s 6d in other coins. He accused Harmer of taking the money and indeed, 17s in silver was found on him, despite him claiming he had no money at all.
At the hearing in October 1857 it was argued that the evidence was most vague and unmeaning and the suspicion against Harmer was of the weakest description.
The jury acquitted the accused.