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VICAR STREET FOREHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1873
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
DYSON  1806 (Purchased by the Diss Brewery after 1777, before 1786) Sold by John Dyson 1823
Licensees :
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JAMES STANDLEY (?) 1794
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DANIEL DRANE 1813 - 1830
WILLIAM CROSBY
age 58 in 1851
1836 - 1864
Mrs MARIA CROSBY
age 71 in 1865
1865 - 1869
GEORGE PLUMSTEAD
(Age 36 in 1871, given as an Assistant Overseer, living in Vicar Street)
1872

By 1800 this was the last licensed house in Vicar Street.

Offered For Sale by Auction Monday 29th March 1813.
Daniel Drane in occupation.


Licence surrendered 1873.

House renamed Conon House.

 

Beer seller Maurice Crosby is recorded in 1866
as having sold a total of 46 gallons of beer to E.P. Clarke Esq. over the period
31st August 1865 to July 12th 1866.
To a total value of £4/14/10

(Average of 3d per pint).
* not necessarily connected with this house *