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LONDON STREET SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 06.05.1957
SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1789, 16th September 1794 &  PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 (1926 - 1969)
SWAFFHAM BREWERY of John Morse
STEWARD & PATTESON to 1957
Licensees :
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JOHN CROSS 1789 - 1822
JAMES CLARKE
age 40 in 1841
(John Clarke given 1846)
1830 - 1847
JOHN SOUTHGATE 1850
HENRY YOUNG OVERTON
age 34 in 1851
*1851 - 1854
Mrs CHARLOTTE HUBBARD
age 53 in 1861, & age 72 in 1881
1856 - 1883
HENRY BAYFIELD
& butcher
to 1887
Fine of 20s including costs - Monday 22nd August 1887. Licence refused - See opposite
FRANCIS GARROD
age 43 in 1891, but age 50 in 1901 and 62 in 1911
1888 - 1912
HERBERT W. THOMPSON 1915 - 1916
ARTHUR  WILLIAM PAYNE by 1922
HAROLD EASTOE 14.11.1932
FREDERICK ARTHUR PARNELL 16.04.1934
Fine 02.11.1934 if £1 for selling out of hours.
EMILY ELIZABETH PARNELL 23.12.1935
REGINALD NOEL BARBER (?)
(as Barker 1937)
02.03.1936
WILLIAM BENSLEY undated
REGINALD NORMAN FEEK 01.07.1957



Included within Lot No. 1 in sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse Esq. held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
2 Parlours, 2 Kitchens, Club Room, Cellar & 5 Bedrooms ; with large Yard & walled in Garden, Stables & Hay Loft which has entrance from the back street : Together with a Cottage adjoining, fronting the street, at the rent of £4 per annum.

On 13th August 1887, Police-constable Massingham observed Henry Bayfield, butcher and publican, drunk in his own premises and using very bad language. He later saw Bayfield rolling about in the street. Although not appearing before the magistrates, on 22nd August, Bayfield was fined 20s which included costs . Unfortunately these were also the Annual Licensing Sessions and it was further heard that Bayfield was frequently drunk and used filthy language to his wife and customers. The Bench refused to re-new his licence. Mr. Alpe, a reprehensive of the owners, Morse & Woods, asked that the licence to him until such time that a suitable tenant could be found. Decision adjourned to the September Sessions.

Closed by S&P 06.05.1957.
Licence held by S&P and transferred to
ENGLANDS HOPE, Smeeth in 1959

30 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.