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NORTH GREENHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1904
NORTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS September 10th 1794 and PS 27/8/1 to PS 27/8/2 (1903 - 1975)
Mr. HILL 1779
HENRY SAVAGE 1798
AUGUSTINE DENNIS 1799
SUSANNAH STOCKING 1813
? Rented to Morgan & Co to 1903
BULLARDS 1904
Licensees :
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JOHN SMITH
( a civil and obliging man - Woodforde)
1779 - 1780
PHILIP BATCHELOR - wife ELIZABETH
(announcement 27th June 1780 that they had taken over inn)
1780 - 1797
THOMAS STOCKING 1798 - 1799
SUSANNAH STOCKING 1812 -  * 1814
SAMUEL ELLIS 1814 - 1821
SUSANNAH STOCKING 1822
JOHN LAKE 1830 - 1839
JOHN LEAKE (?) age 40 1841
HENRY CRAWFORD
& oyster merchant
(as Henry Crofford 1856 & 1858)
1845 - 1861
WILLIAM SPARKES 1863 - 1864
Licence renewal refused 5th September 1864 due to manner of running house.
THOMAS KEMP 1864 - 1865
JOSEPH PYMAN 1869
MATTHEW MORTERS * 1871 - 1872
HORATIO HINSON junior
& master mariner
1875 - 1877
WILLIAM JACKSON
& pork butcher
Died 1889
1879 - 1889
Mrs RACHEL JACKSON
& pork butcher
02.09.1889 - 1900
ROBERT WILLIAM JACKSON by 1903


Visited by Parson Woodforde in May 1779 and again in September 1787 when he had a snack of bread, cheese and porter.

All persons indebted to John Smith, late of the Standard Inn were required to send their Account as notice dated 28th September 1780.

The licence application for William Sparkes was refused at the North Greenhoe Annual licensing meeting of 5th September 1864.
Licence granted to T. Kemp on appeal.

Advertised for sale 1877

Sold by auction at the Crown Hotel, Wednesday July 29th 1903.
Then in the occupation of Messrs. Morgan & Co. at the low yearly rent of £12. The house was purchased by Howard, apparently on behalf of Loynes & Son. However the Licence Registers give Bullards as the owners in 1903 to 1904, so it seems that Loynes & Son soon sold the property on. (Did Bullards buy the property in order to close it down and thwart their rivals Morgans & Co ?)
In 1903 the property is described as situate in a good position for Trade, containing ` Excellent Cellarage, Large Clubroom, Sitting-room, Bar Parlour, and Smoke rooms, Kitchen &c. ; also Five Bedrooms and Attics. There is a large Yard in which there are capital Stables, Cart Shed, Outhouses and Offices, Pump and Well of excellent Water.

Licence not renewed c1904.

Robert Jackson is at the WAGGON & HORSES from November 1904