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COCK & BREACHES WRETTON Index
- CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED - -
 
Licensees :
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ROWING POND
& fishmonger 1851 (age 60)
 Address given as the Publick House
*1836 - *1864

The unusual name of Rowing Pond appearing in directories and the 1851 & 1861 census at a Beerhouse.

Doris E Coates refers to the COCK & BREACHES as being situated at LOW ROAD
in `STOKE FERRY, The story of a Norfolk village.'
First published 1980.

Two possible occupants are suggested - one being Rowing Pond.
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The second possible occupant of the COCK & BREACHES is given as Robert Steward  but other sources suggest that he was probably at the BLACK HORSE.