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WRETTON ROAD CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 30.09.1975
CLACKCLOSE REGISTER taken 1st September 1794 & CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
WILLIAM FLOWER Proprietor to 1824
STOKE BREWERY Property of Henry William Winfield in 1850's - Later Mr Samuel Henry Winfield.
SETCH exors of JAMES SEPPINGS
SETCH HOGGE & SEPPINGS by 1919
BULLARDS  
STEWARD & PATTESON Acquired from Bullards 01.10.1965 in exchange for WHITE HART at Swaffham.
WATNEY MANN Closed under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd - 1975
Licensees :
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JOHN FLOWERS 1794
WILLIAM FLOWER to 1824
THOMAS HUNTER 1830
WILLIAM HUBBARD 1836
HENRY ROBERTS 1839
WILLIAM REYNOLDS 1845
GEORGE PRYKE 1846
GEORGE PAGE
Age 56 in 1861
1851 - 1865
WILLIAM PARKER 1868 - 1869
Fine of 1s and costs of 12s for having house open for the sale of beer at unlawful hours on Sunday 31st January 1869
JOSEPH WELHAM 1872
WILLIAM ELDERKIN
Age 53 in 1891
1875 - 1896
Mrs SUSANNAH ELDERKIN 1900
WILLIAM RICHARD PAGE 1904
CORNELIUS GEORGE CARTER by 1908 to 1919
WILLIAM JAMES JATER 14.04.1919
WILLIAM JAMES JATER (again) 09.04.1923
ERNEST BOWN 03.10.1927
GLADYS ALEXANDRA BOWN 05.02.1945
to closure ?


Commercial Hotel & Posting House.

Freehold premises offered for sale by auction Friday 27th August 1824.
Consisting of three parlours, bar, excellent kitchen, seven sleeping-rooms, two capital cellars, a detached brew-house lately built, and conveniently fitted up for brewing seven coombs of malt, stabling for 9 horses, granary, piggery, and other suitable outhouses, likewise a detached cottage and a garden near the above. Brewery Utensils, nearly new, to be taken at valuation by the purchaser.

  Offered for sale by auction on Friday July 22nd 1892 as instructed by the will of the late Mr S H Winfield

Penny In The Hole played here before 1950's
but with local variation that brass discs, twice the size of
standard pennies were used.
First player to score 4 was the winner.