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CHEQUERS SOUTH CREAKE Index
- BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 07.03.1963
  BROTHERCROSS REGESTER taken 3rd September 1794 & SMITHDON, DOCKING & BROTHERCROSS LICENCE RECORDS PS 13/4/1 (1949 - 1965)
PINCHEN  
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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ROBERT OLIVER 1784 - 1794
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JOHN OLIVER
& Brewer, maltster & saddler
Age 65 in 1841
1830 - 1841
MARGARET OLIVER
& brewer & maltster
1845 - 1846
EDMUND LANGLEY 1850
MARGARET LANGLEY
age 43 in 1851
(Died Q3 1893 - age 87)
1851 - 1857
ISAAC WASEY 10.1857 - 1858
WILLIAM PLANE
Age 37 in 1861
1861 - 1864
JOHN PARKER ADKINS
age 50 in 1871
(Wife Charlotte M. - age 50 in 1871)
1865 - 1875
Mrs M ADKINS 1877
ALFRED HASTINGS
Age 39 in 1891
1879 - 1896
HENRY CODLING 1900
WILLIAM TYRRELL 1904 - 1908
CHARLES HALL 1912
JAMES POND 1916 - 1937
W. B. BEALES by 1948
LEONARD WILLIAM DENNIS 25.09.1950
to closure

The CHEQUERS, South Creake - With Pinchens Brewery behind.
c1910 - The CHEQUERS & Pinchens Brewery.

A sale of Copyhold Land in South Creake, was held Monday 26th January 1784, at the house of Robert Oliver, known by the sign of the CHECKER.

The Norfolk News of Saturday 26th September 1857 announced that the sale of all of Mrs Langley's Modern Household Furniture would be for sale on Wednesday October 7th 1857, since she was leaving the inn.

Norfolk News - Saturday 03 October 1857

R. CODMAN - Has received instruction to Sell by Auction, on Tuesday, October 6th, 1857, instead of Wednesday October 7th, as advertised.
ALL the Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CHINA, GLASS, and other Effects, the property of Mrs. Langley, who leaving the Chequers Inn, comprising, 4-post, tent and other bedsteads and hangings, 7 excellent bordered feather beds, bolsters and pillows, mattress, blankets and counterpanes, chimney and pier looking glasses, mahogany dining, card and other tables, 4 doz. Mahogany, elm and other chairs, eight-day clock, sofa, window curtains and poles, mahogany stands, Brussels and Kidderminster carpets, hearth rugs, floor cloth, wardrobe bedstead with chintz hangings and fitted with drawers, mahogany and painted chest with drawers, painted washstands and dressing tables, toilet sets, bedside carpets, brass stair rods, night commodes, chamber chairs, fenders and fire irons, swing looking glasses, napkin press, tea urn, knives and forks, quart and pint decanters, glass dishes, castors, a large quantity of wine, ale and other glasses, pewter measures, liquor casks, metal teapots, trays, dish covers, copper kitchen, boilers and saucepans, tin ware, corn bin, 2 pair steps, a quantity of blue and white earthenware, and a general assortment of household requisites.
Sale to commence at half-past Ten o’clock on account of the number of lots.

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Isaac Wasey advised 31st October 1857 that he had taken the Inn and would be providing Wine and Spirits of the best quality.

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Closure agreed at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29.05.1962.
Sales reported as 27 barrels.

Last licence granted 05.04.1963 (but not taken up).