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  CLACKCLOSE  HUNDRED BEERHOUSE - FULL LICENCE from 1938 See QUEEN of HEARTS
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
GEORGE PORTER of Southery
MORGANS from 01.02.1932
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK from 08.01.1948
Licensees :
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GEORGE CATTERMOLE
& tailor
* 1868 - 1877
JOHN WOODS
Age 67 in 1891
1879 - 1896
JOHN BUTCHER
(died 1910)
* 1900 -  1910
MARY ANN BUTCHER 18.04.1910 - 1915
JOHN WELDON by 1916
EMMA ELIZABETH WELDON 05.02.1923
WILLIAM HORACE EAGLE 16.07.1928
BERTRAM MARSLAND 24.09.1934
ROBERT HILDRETH 06.04.1936
BERTRAM MARSLAND 07.10.1940
HAROLD FRANCIS PLUMMER 03.02.1941
JAMES ALFRED MYCOCK 17.06.1946





On Monday 28th June 1869 labourer John Clarke, of Banham, was charged with stealing, two days previously, two shirts, stockings and other items from Thomas Allum Witchford at the Carpenters Arms beer-house. He was fined 6d with 10s costs and 6d damages, or in default seven days' imprisonment.
At this time it appears that Mr. Witchford was lodging at the house since is name does not appear in any directory as being a licensee.


Full licence granted upon removal from the BLACKSMITHS ARMS, Southery 10.05.1938

Became the QUEEN OF HEARTS from 1948 following a fire and rebuilding.