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Licensees :
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JAMES COLE
See below
* 1836 - * 1845
JONATHAN GOOSE here March 1843
ROBERT GOOSE 1846
WILLIAM GOODRAM
(age 37 in 1851) & butcher
* 1851 - 1856
Fine of £1 plus 18s costs April 1852
JOHN ARTHUR EVERETT
( John A Everett junior 1871 )
1858 - 1875
DAVID VINCENT & wheelwright
( Davis Vincent 1877 )
1877 - 1892
Mrs ALICE VINCENT 1896 - 1904
FREDERICK WILLIAM VINCENT 1908
WILLIAM VINCENT 1912 - 1916
FREDERICK GEORGE TAYLOR 1922
TOM OLIVER SPILLER 1925
LEONARD DAY 1929 - 1937
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PAT & BRIAN DENNETT 1994
CLAIRE POOLE & RICHARD PARK 08.10.1998
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James Cole is given as a beer seller in both 1836 and 1845. No other licensee is named in those years for other that the TUMBLE DOWN DICK
However In a manslaughter trial held Thursday 6th April 1843, Jonathan Goose is called as a witness and named as licensee.
On the 5th March customers William Wright (18 ) and Robert Rose had scuffled and they both had fallen. Complaining of pain in his lower body Rose went home and died two days later.
Wright was found guilty of assault and sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labour.

Kings Head - Woodton - March 1997
March 1997

 

William Goodram ( recorded as Gooderham ) was charged by police constable Watson of keeping the house open at improper hours for the sale of beer. At the Loddon Sessions held Tuesday 6th April 1852 he was found guilty and was fined £1 plus 18s costs. ( George Garrard of the TUMBLE DOWN DICK also suffered the same fate. )

 

Thanks to Richard Park for update.