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KING WILLIAM IV SOUTH CREAKE Index
BACK STREET BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1912
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Licensees :
JAMES HARPLEY
age 68 in 1861
*1841 -  *1865
Fine of 10s for keeping his house open after 10:00pm on 3rd August 1850. This was his second offence.
31st August 1861 - Fine of 11s 6d including costs for having five unjust earthenware measures.
MONSIEUR CREAMER / CREMER *1868 - *1869
ISABELLA CREMER
age 46
(Husband Charles is given as an agricultural labourer - age 57)
1871
CHARLES CREMER
also found as Charles Creamer
1872 - 1877
HENRY HUNTER
Age 60 in 1891
1879  - * 1891




At the Burnham Market Petty Sessions held Saturday 30th October 1869, Messrs Bullards applied for the licence granted to Monsieur Cremer, beerhouse keeper, to be transferred to George Pyman.
The request was granted.
(But no sighting of Mr. Pyman at any Norfolk public house at this date).


This suggests that monsieur Creamer was possibly at different South Creake house prior to October 1869. Perhaps NORWICH ARMS or TRAVELLERS REST?

In 1861 Monsieur Cremer is the 19 year old son of cattle dealer George Cremer. There appears to be no relationship to Charles Creamer / Cremer.