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- HOLT HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1931
HOLT LICENCE REGISTERS PS 28/6/1 to PS 28/12/1 (1878 - c1962)
EYRES & Co  
STEWARD & PATTESON Probably from 1871 - certainly from 1878
Licensees :
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GEORGE BAMBRIDGE 1831 - 1833
SARAH BAMBRIDGE 1836
RICHARD FOSTER *1845
Mrs MARTHA GRAVELING
beer retailer
*1846
JACOB GRAVELING
age 40 in 1851
& carpenter
& wheelwright
1851 - *1858
WILLIAM IVES 1861 - 1872
THOMAS MACK
(Still given 1879 & 1883 by Kelly, but William Mack given from 1878 by Licence Register. 
Harrod gives the name as Macklin at the KINGS ARMS in 1877)
1875 - 1877
WILLIAM MACK 1878 to 1894
ELIZABETH MACK 27.08.1894
EDWARD PECK 26.06.1899
JOHN WILLIAM GRAVELING
undated in Licence Register
but in Kellys 1908
1908 to 1921
KATE ELIZABETH GRAVELING 25.11.1921
PERCY E NORTON 13.06.1924
to closure

Image from the collection of the late Percy Rush. Copyright 2008
1897 image from the collection of the late Percy Rush.
Shown with permission
(Elizabeth Mack and others at doorway)



Given as the KINGS ARMS in 1864, 1868, 1872 & 1877

Miss Anne Bambridge, youngest daughter of George Bambridge, married `respectable' farmer Mr. Matthew Swallow on Friday 25th February 1831. (Marriage taken place at Hunworth)

Lot No 1 in sale by auction 17th August 1871.
Then in the occupation of EYRE & Co at an annual rent of £17/10/-.
The possession of the FREEHOLD was from 11th October 1871.
Sale included :- Barn, Stable, Outbuildings, Yard, Garden, Orchard and good arable land of 2A 3R 24P. The house was advertised as having `Extensive frontage to Thornage and Briston road.'

Closed by Compensation and sold 1931 according to S&P documentation.

Disappears from Licence Register 1932 - no mention of fate.