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8 CROMER ROAD
ANTINGHAM ROAD
TUNSTEAD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 09.09.1968
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS PS 11/4/1 to 11/4/3 (Feb 1928 to Feb 1967)
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM COOPER
& miller
*1854 - *1856
THOMAS FARROW
Age 44 in 1861
*1858 - 1865
Mrs MARY FARROW 1868 - 1869
Mrs CHARLOTTE FARROW *1871 - 1881
BENJAMIN FARROW 1882
EDWARD BAILEY
& carrier
Age 51 in 1891
*1883 - 1900
JAMES HENRY MARTIN by 01.1900 - 11.1904
HERBERT JAMES WILLIAMSON
(Note : Mr. H. J. Williamson named as tenant here 29th October & 19th November 1904 - so trading under a temporary licence until transfer approved November?)
29.11.1904
ROBERT COLLINS LANCASTER by 1907 - 1922
Tuesday 20th September 1916 - Accused of permitting drunkenness in his house on 10th June.
Case dismissed since the man in question, Bertie Lamb,  had been refused service and ordered to leave the house, but had returned.
Mrs MARY A. LANCASTER by 1925
LOUIS COLLINS LANKESTER by 02.1948


Said to have been one of the smallest licensed houses in the County.

On Tuesday 1st August 1882, landlord Benjamin Farrow was charged with committing a violent assault on his wife on 25th July. Mrs Farrow sought to withdraw the charge since Mr Farrow had promised her that he would not ill-treat her again. The Bench however decided to hear the case since they were aware that this was the seventh time she had been ill-used.
Mr Farrow was fined £2 and costs of 17s 6d costs with a caution to his future conduct and a warning that a repeat offence would probably result in a sentence of six months.

Damaged by enemy action 31.12.1942

Said to be uneconomic when closed 1968