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CANN & Co Included in Wymondham Brewery sale to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS to 1962
STEWARD & PATTESON Closed
Licensees :
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ISAAC COMER junior
age 55 in 1851
& brickmaker
1836 - 1851
THOMAS JOHNSON 1854
GEORGE EARL 1856 - 1861
WILLIAM GOODERSON
& tailor
1863 - 1877
BENJAMIN BENSTEAD
& butcher
1879 - 1886
Mrs MARIA BENSTEAD 1888
JOHN DENNIS 1890
JOHN COLE 1891
Monday 7th September 1891 - Fine of £1 and 14s 6d costs - See opposite.
Monday 7th September 1891. The licensing authorities were advised by Messrs. Cann & Co that following the charge of selling out of hours, the landlord had already left and Mr. Chilvers was awaiting transfer of licence - Granted.
ROBERT CHILVERS 07.09.1891 - 1908
FREDERICK BENSTEAD 1912 - 1925
EVAN ALFRED MASON 1929
PERCY MOORE 1933
THOMAS LACEY by 02.1950
FRANK VIVIAN LEMAN WITHERS 01.06.1959

 

At the Petty Sessions held at Grimston on Monday 7th September 1891 John Cole was charged of having his house open at illegal hours on 15th August.
Police-constable Baldwin had entered the house at 11:15 pm and had been able to take the names of several people, although there had probably been 50 persons present.
For the brewers it was said that they had not supplied the house with any liquors for several days before the 15th, but he had obtained supplies from elsewhere. Cole had left the house on the 17th August.
Pleading guilty, Cole said he had neither watch or clock in the house and was unaware of the time.
The persons recorded were:- Robert Asker, James Plumb, Charles Coe, Robert Pooley, George Turner, Robert Mason, William Moore, Walter Walker, Alfred Mason, Herbert Fox, John Shinn, Jonathan Skeet, Samuel Moore and John Smith, all of Castle Acre. They were each fined 1s and 8s 6d costs.


Licence not renewed 5th February 1962.