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CRAWSHAY  
Licensees :
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JOHN FUNNELL
See below
1829
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THOMAS WINTER 1836
WILLIAM RUMBOLD 1839
HORACE KING 1842
THOMAS WINTER
( age 39 in 1851
at Green Hills )
1845 - 1858

John Funnell appeared before Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors 23rd March 1832 : Formerly of Valentine Square, St Giles, Journeyman Shawl weaver; then of Magdalen Street, St Clement, Innkeeper and Journeyman Shawl-maker; then of Angel street, St Peter Mancroft, and late of St. Swithin, Journeyman Shawl Weaver.


Mr. John Funnell gave a dinner to the members of the Weavers Committee on the night of Tuesday 17th November 1829.
Several glees and songs were sung and appropriate toasts given, and the conviviality of the evening was kept up till a late hour, when they separated well pleased with the handsome and liberal conduct of their worthy Host.

Address as Aylsham Road 1839.
Given as the NEW INN GREENHILL GARDENS in 1850
As the NEW INN, St Augustine's Gates 1829, 1842 & 1858

As the GREEN HILLS 1851

House no. 417 on 1845 Magistrates list