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Licensees :
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EDWARD SPARKLES 1810
MARY SPARKHALL 1822
ROBERT REDGEMENT 1830
JACOB LACCOHEE (Laccoher ?) 1833
CHARLES PALMER 1836




On Monday 8th July 1822 a human skeleton was found buried in a sandpit on Mousehold. It was evident that the person had met a violent death.
A great crowd of people were attracted to the spot.
The remains were taken to the DUKE OF YORK.
Later that evening a man was taken into custody in consequence of what he had said regarding the skeleton.
See SIR JOHN BARLEYCORN.

 

Became the CELLAR HOUSE c1839.
Mentioned in the S&P Trust Deed dated 1837 - 1851 as formerly the DUKE OF YORK.