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Licensees :
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EDWARD WICKHAM
Age 40 IN 1841
1841 - 1846
BENJAMIN BROWN 1850 - 1854
SOPHIA BROWN * 1856
JAMES TYZACK
& hairdresser
* 1858 - 1859
AUGUSTUS GUY TYZACK 1861
CHARLES DICKINSON
( Baker at East End 1863 )
1869
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Formerly the home of John Fryer, sailing master on a ship known as the ``Bounty''.

Located on Freeman Street at the West corner of Black Horse Yard.
A public house from at least 1841.

Offered for sale by auction as a Freehold property, 20th May 1846. Then in the occupation of Mr. Wickham.

Edward Wickham went on to run the SAILORS HOME beerhouse.

James Tyzac was in dispute with William Beckerton, brewer, foreman to Mr. William Chapman over repayment of £9 8s 8d said to have been advanced at different times, to allow Tyzack to settle his beer and porter bills. At Court Friday 5th August 1859, His Honour announced that the evidence was only oral and could only be substantiated at a later date, should a book, said to contain account of the transactions, be discovered and presented to the Court. The Defendant was freed from responsibilities attendant upon an established claim against him and the Plaintiff was nonsuited.

House sold by auction Wednesday 6th November 1861 - occupant then A. G. Tyzac