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CREAKE COMMON BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1922
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
JAMES TUDDENHAM
& shoemaker
(Died Q3 1872 - age 88)
* 1846 - c1871
Fine of £1 and 9s 6d costs on 24th October 1851 - See opposite.
JOHN EAGLING
age 36 in 1871 & 8 acres
age 46 in 1881 & 15 acres
(Born 1835 South Creake - John Eagling Herring)
Moved to the Sun Inn, Fakenham by 1890
1871 - 1883
GEORGE HARRISON
(Named at the RISING SUN 1883 to 1888)
* 1890
ROBERT CODLING
Age 61 - Agricultural labourer
1891
WILLIAM WATTS * 1892
FREDERICK HASTINGS
age 56 in 1901, 63 in 1911?
* 1896 - 1922


On 24th October 1851, James Tuddenham, beerhouse keeper, was charged with keeping a disorderly house. He was fined £1 and 9s 6d costs and given a warning that in the case of a repeat offence, a fine of £10 would be inflicted.

Named in census returns and in S&P record dated 1916 to 1932

Closed by compensation and sold 1922