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  DEPWADE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold 1828 to Thomas Dyson of Diss for £1150
LACONS  
Licensees :
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THOMAS SPINKS pre 1787 - 1794
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JONATHAN MASON
Age 35 in 1841
1836 - 1846
THOMAS ROBERTSON
age 32 in 1851
& cattle dealer
1851 - 1858
JAMES HARPER
& farmer
1861 - 1876
GEORGE THURLING
& farmer
1877 - 1885
FRANCIS WARD
& farmer
(Previously at Fritton NAGS)
Died 11th February 1904 - age 81
1888 - 1904
Mrs HONOR WARD 1904
HERBERT LADBROOKE
Age 34 in 1911
1908 - 1929
ALFRED NOLLETH 1931 - 1937
May 1934 - Bound over in the sum of £7 for allowing consumption of beer at illegal hours on 29th March.
Beer had been served by his daughter, Mrs. Doughty, whilst he was tending his distant field.
Mr. G. DOUGHTY 1945
   


Appears as the CROWN in Licence Registers taken 10th September 1789 and September 1794.

Advertised To Be Sold, 13th October 1787.
Comprising a Dwelling House, Backhouse, Dairy, Barn, Stable and mother Out-buildings, all in good repair; together with the Yards and large Garden Contiguous thereto.
In the Tenure or Occupation of Mr. Thomas Spinks under a Lease which expired at Michaelmas 1787.

The Live and Dead Farming Stock and the Household Furniture of the late Mr. James Harper were to be Sold By Auction Tuesday 10th 1876, by order of his Executors

On Thursday 28th September 1899, farmer and innkeeper, Francis Ward was thrown from his mare when it bolted. He suffered a fractured collar bone and one of his ribs.

It was advertised 10th November 1944 that somebody with the initials K. E. sought a County House or Bungalow to Rent, contact being c/o the Rose & Crown.

31st July 1942 - Mrs. Doughty sought a Nice country Girl, 14 - 16 as help; Live in; Good Home and Outings - Rose & Crown.
8th January 1943 - Mrs. Doughty offered a Good Home for a Girl, 14 - 16, required for help at the Rose & Crown.


A sale of 2 Horses, 7 head of Neat Stock and Household Furniture was to take place here Thursday, 4th October 1945 - For Mr. G. Doughty.

Closed after 1967 but before 1980 ?

Given as at Shelton 1967.