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LYNN ROAD CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE -
FULL LICENCE c1928
CLOSED 31.05.1965
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 7/4/1 to 7/4/3 ( 1917 to 1949 )
exors of JAMES SEPPINGS of Setch
HOGG & SEPPINGS Setch Brewery (Taken over by Bullards 1928)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM DENT
age 70 in 1851
blacksmith & master beer retailer
Died Q4 1852
*1841 - 1852
ELIZABETH DENT
age 74 in 1861
Died Q2 1867 - age 81
* 1853 - 1861
WILLIAM MAYERS
Age 40 in 1871
 1863 - 1872
ROBERT PORTER
& pork butcher
& assistant overseer
Age 54 in 1881
1875 - 1901
Mrs ELIZABETH PORTER
Died Q2 1912
Age 80 in 1911
1904 - 1912
BERTHA ANNE PORTER 15.07.1912
GEORGE HAILSTONE 1915
JOHN STINTON / STANTON by 1916
HENRY WILLIAM NURSE 22.10.1917
ANNIE NURSE 09.01.1922
FRED FORD 19.07.1926
CECIL PAGE 29.09.1930
G. W. RUST 29.02.1932
CECIL PAGE 01.01.1934
LEONARD HUNT 23.05.1949

c1930
c1930

In 1861, William Mayers is a Farm Bailiff, the son-in-law of Elizabeth Dent and living at the White Horse , beerhouse. His wife is Jane and they have three daughters. A total of ten persons are in residence. (2 being lodgers.)

Isaac Dent was accused by William Mayers of causing damage to a door of the house November 1867. The matter was settled out of court.