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THE COMMON CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED c1929
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 - PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
WILLIAM BOON     
JOSEPH BARKER of the TILDEN SMITH, Pilot Street, Kings Lynn (  From 1912)
Leased to Hogge & Seppings.
HOGGE & SEPPINGS by 1919
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
THOMAS BASSETT * 1836
WILLIAM RABY * 1845 - * 1846
ROBERT RICHES (29)
& wheelwright
* 1851
JOHN BOON * 1854 - * 1858
JOHN DUFFIELD
(Elizabeth Duffield 1861)
1860 - 1871
3rd September 1860 - Fine of 10s and 11s costs for having house open after 10pm on 25th August 1860.
On Monday 15th August 1864 - Fine of 20s and costs of 11s for having house open at illegal hours on 6th August.
JOHN BOON 1875 - * 1883
CHARLES YOUNGS 1885 - 1891
WILLIAM LEMON * 1892 - * 1904
WALTER CHAPMAN * 1908
EDWARD JOHN RAYNER * 1912 - 1915
HENRY THORPE by 1916
MARY GERTRUDE THORPE 09.04.1923
GEORGE WILLIAM SHERWOOD 28.07.1924
SONNY CHESTNEY 18.07.1927

Offered for sale in the Lynn Advertiser of 7th June 1907.
Beer-house and Blacksmith's Shop
Late the estate of Mr William Boon, deceased.

Offered for sale Tuesday 18th June 1912, then in occupation of Messrs. Hogge & Seppings (or their undertenant) on an annual tenancy at an annual rent of £37 10s.
Purchaser was Mr. Joseph Barker, of Hextable Road, Kings Lynn at £550. Licence not renewed 1929
Referred for Compensation 24.12.1930