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IVY TODD CORNER SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 18.06.1953
SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 (1926 - 1969)
EYRE & Co to at least 1886
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
 
MATTHEW DICKERSON * to 1832
WILLIAM DICKERSON *1836
Mrs HANNAH DICKASON *1845 - *1846
ROBERT DICKASON
& wheelwright
Age 36 in 1851
1851 - 1855
Saturday 6th March 1852 - Fine of £2 and costs for selling beer during the hours of Divine Service.
A second offence.
EDMUND PALMER *1856
Mrs HANNAH PALMER
Age 72 in 1861
1858 - 1861
THOMAS GAGE 1863 - 1877
HENRY GAGE *1879 - 1881
GEORGE GAGE
according to White
*1883
HENRY GAGE 1883 - *1922
ELI EVERITT by 1926
ARTHUR WILLIAM HOWES 25.07.1932
Fine 27.12.1933 of £1 with 6d costs for selling out of hours
HENRY BALLS WATLING 09.11.1936
JOHN GOUGH 07.11.1938
REGINALD L. CANHAM 09.09.1940
ERNEST ELIJAH REEVE 25.04.1949


55 year old Sophia Gage died at the Carpenters Arms on 3rd August 1904. She was the wife of labourer Thomas Gage.




Matthew Dickerson was to appear at the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors 23rd July 1832. He was described as late Necton, carpenter and publican.
On 6th September 1832 Mr. Dickerson was described as "late a Prisoner in His Majesty's Gaol of the Norwich Castle, an Insolvent Debtor.."

Beerhouse for sale by Auction, Wednesday 6th June 1855. Then in the occupation of Robert Dickason.

As the RULE & COMPASSES 1861

For sale by Auction Monday 30th July 1866.
Described as a Messuage or Dwelling-house used as a beerhouse, called the Carpenters Arms, with Wheelwright's Shop, Outbuildings and Gardens belonging, in occupation of Thomas Gage, Junior, at the rent of £14 per annum.

For sale by Auction Thursday 17th June 1869.
Described as a Messuage or Dwelling-house used as a Public House, called the Carpenters Arms, with Wheelwright's Shop, Outbuildings and Gardens belonging, in occupation of Thomas Gage, Junior, at the rent of £14 per annum.

For Sale, Monday 10th July 1871 - Public House.

For Sale by Auction Monday, 23rd August 1886.
Public House.
In the occupation of Henry Gage, undertenant to Messrs. Eyre's & Co.
A well of excellent spring water on the premises.

Given as a beerhouse in 1888.

Premises closed 18th June 1953 and licence surrendered.