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WESTGATE STREET CLACKCLOSE  HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 31.05.1967
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS taken September 1794 & PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
A & B HALL Owned by Arthur Hall of Fore Hill House, Ely in 1915
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK from 15.12.1930
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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RICHARD BATSON 1794
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JOHN DIGGINS 1836
JAMES BOWDEN
age 48 in 1851
1845 - 1861
WILLIAM HARDY 1863
THOMAS JONES 1864 - 1865
HENRY SPENCER 1868
GEORGE OSLER COLE 1869
JAMES NORTON
& butcher
Age 44 in 1871
1871 - 1879
MATTHEW DEARSLEY 1881
RICHARD LARMAN REGISTER 1883 - 1886
FREDERICK THORPE 1888 - 1891
Mrs MARTHA FOX 1892
JAMES WALLIS 1895 - 1896
HARRY RAVEN 1900 - 1904
ALBERT WILLIAM CREED to October 1907
JOHN HENRY PARKIN from 14.10.1907
FREDERICK FELTWELL 18.04.1910
ARCHIBALD PETCH by 1912
WILLIAM WASHINGTON by 1916
WILLIAM WILLIAMS 04.04.1921
WILLIAM JOHN SHIRLEY 08.01.1923
WALTER STEPHEN HURST 11.10.1926
GEORGE RICHARD EVES 07.01.1929
FREDERICK WILLIAM BESTOW (?) 24.09.1934
Fines imposed 15.07.1935 of
£2/4/- for selling out of hours &
£3/4/- for failing to admit a constable
JOB HENRY NEVE 06.01.1936
AUBREY BERTRAM DURRANT 24.09.1945
MARGERY & GERALD STERLING 1953
to closure



 

Described in 1794 Licence Register as the ANCHOR

On 9th August 1787, James Cullingford of Darsham, Suffolk confessed to stealing one new holland shirt from farmer John Fisher of Outwell and two pairs of stockings from Innkeeper Richard Batson, of Outwell.
Cullingford was committed to Norwich Castle.

On 5th June 1788 a sale of Estates, in twelve lots, was held at the ANCHOR, Southery. Lots included Pasture called Camfey, West Field, Ferry Piece, Church Fen Gull, Common Head Pieces, Wanch? and Sedge Fen.

It was reported  that on Wednesday 13th November 1895, Mr. Wallis of the Crown & Anchor, prepared an excellent meal for the end of season, annual supper, of the Southery Institute Cricket Club.



Included a bowling green.

Closed as being uneconomic and because
`considerable repairs were required'

77 barrels sold in final year of trading.