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MORGANS  
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WATNEY MANN  
Licensees :
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JOHN BYGRAVE
& brewer 1850
& farmer, corn miller & spirit merchant
age 30 in 1851
1846 - 1858
MASON FENN 1863
JOHN DURRANT 1864
GEORGE THORNTON 1865
JOHN RUMP 1868 - 1869
SARAH LINKHORN * 1871
Mrs ANN RUMP 1875
JOHN READ junior 1877 - 1883
EDWARD BOULTON SOUTHGATE
& horse breaker
1888 - 1896
Fine of £2 and 11s costs on 13th May 1890 for selling out of hours. See below.
Mrs CHARLOTTE SOUTHGATE 1900 - 1912
GEORGE W. LINCOLN 1916 - 1925
WILLIE TOWNROE
( also as Townrow )
by 1929
JOHN CLEMETSON 18.08.1930
ALFRED WILLIAM KAY 13.04.1953
KENNETH WILLIAM LYNES 10.02.1956
JAMES CUDDINGTON
02.05.1960
NORMAN GREEN 19.10.1970

On Sunday 24th April 1890, Robert Piggs was seen by Constable Chapman to enter the house at 6:50 a.m. George Neave then followed 20 minutes later.
Piggs claimed he had delivered some sticks and was rewarded with a free beer for assisting with the horses. Neave said he had come to collect his horse and cart but admitted that he had paid for a measure of gin.
On 27th April 1890, Robert Mayes was seen to enter the house at 6:40 a.m. and exit ten minutes later with a half gallon of beer.
Mayes claimed he had paid for the beer the previous day, at legal hours and only collected it in the morning as he was going fishing.

On Tuesday 13th May 1890, the case against Piggs was dismissed. Neave was fined 1s and 11s 9d costs. Mayes was fined 2s 6d and 15s costs.
Strangely, John Grimmer, who had called at the back door of the house, on a Sunday when Constable Chapman was present, was fined 2s 6d and costs of 13s for having asked for a bottle of beer, but refused service by licensee Southgate since he said he did not sell beer on Sundays.
Pleading guilty to keeping his house open during illegal hours, Southgate was fined £2 and costs of 11s.

Thanks to Chris
c1950

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
58 barrels of beer
31 spirits.

Closure proposed by Bullards at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and Steward & Patteson 29.05.1962 - Not agreed.
Sales reported as 58 barrels


63 barrels of draught beer plus 40 (barrels) of bottled beer, sold in the final year of trading.

Licence not renewed 08.02.1971