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CHURCH WALK FREEBRIDGE-MARSHLAND FULL LICENCE -
FREEBRIDGE MARSHLAND REGISTER 9th September 1794 & FREEBRIDGE LICENCE REGISTER PS 6/4/1 (1936 to 1960)
OWEN GRAY of March Cambridgeshire 1824
NATHAN GRAY of Gt Yarmouth - Owner of the ANCHOR - 1835 & 1837
NICHOLLS & CAMPBELL of South Wootton by 1936
GREENE KING    
Licensees :
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JOHN SANDERS
(Anchor)
1786
WILLIAM WALFORD
(Anchor)
1794
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JOHN SIMONS to 25.03.1824
JAMES RINGWOOD
age 55 in 1851
1836 - * 1841
JOHN PORTER 1845 - 1846
JOHN PAGE
age 34 in 1851
1851 - 1869
HENRY EARL
age 46 in 1871
1871 - 1877
CHARLES CARTER
age 38 in 1881
1879 - 1933
F. E. JAMES CAWSTON (?)
(from Licence Register)
by 1936
FREDERICK ERNEST JAMES 06.04.1936
HORACE HAVERSON 25.12.1938
ALAN JAMES DREW 18.12.1939
Fine of £2/10/- imposed 09.06.1941 on each of 2 cases of selling out of hours
HENRY HUDSON NORTON 05.04.1943
BENJAMIN PALMER HILL 31.12.1951
ARTHUR METCALF 22.06.1955
ROBERT BRUCE WINTERTON 06.11.1957
ANGUS WESTERN BINNS 23.12.1964
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September 1996
1996

Parts of the house are 14th century

For Sale by Auction Thursday 10th August 1786 together with, more or less, nine Acres of exceedingly rich Land.
Freehold premises, very roomy, with good Cellar and Wine Vault, Stable, Brewhouse and Offices. In occupation of Mr. John Sanders at an old rent of £38.


For sale by auction Monday 7th March 1808.
Part of the extensive estate of the Assignees of William Fisher, brewer of Chatteris. Listed in sale notification as the ANCHOR.

Offered to let from Lady Day (March 25th) 1824.
Including Stables, yard, Granary and suitable conveniences for carrying on trade in Coals, Rafts, &c.
Then in occupation of John Simons who had notice to quit on the same Lady day.


Traded as CARTERS FREEHOUSE to 1930's

September 1996