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WEST WELNEY
CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED - CLOSED
 
Licensees :
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HENRY VIRGO 1836
FREDERICK PORTER 1845
JOHN STORR
(also found as Stork)
Age 43 in 1851
*1846 - 1851
JAMES BEART 1854


West Welney was once within the boundary of Cambridgeshire but transferred to Norfolk and combined into the parish of Welney.

Location given as Isle of Ely in 1845 and 1854.

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10th February 1781 - Ran Away and left Family........
John Robertson from Scarning, last seen at the Green Man, Welney in September 1780.
About 40 years of age, 5 Feet 6 Inches tall, Fair Complexion and very light lank Hair. Thought to be Somewhere in that part of the County.

James Beart had appeared before the Court for relief of Insolvent Debtors on Monday 21st March 1851. He was then described as `Late of Welney, Wheelwright and Innkeeper, previously of the same place, Wheelwright.'  The name of his pre-1851 public house is not given in the record.
In the 1851 census he is shown as `not at home' (at Low Bank), being in Norwich prison.

Last found by name in 1854.

 

The 1851 census places James Beart, age 53, born Upwell and James Beart age 50, born Welney, both as inmates of Norwich City Gaol. By 1861 James Beart of Upwell, then aged 64, was an inmate at Wisbech House of Correction.