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- GALLOW HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1955
GALLOW LICENCE RECORDS PS 26/18/1 to PS 26/18/2 (1903 - 1975)
FREEHOUSE    
STEWARD & PATTESON by 1884 (Lease)
GEORGE NORMAN SCOTT-CHADD of Pynkney Hall by 1928
Licensees :
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CHARLES PHILLIPPO
age 49 in 1851
Died Q4 1871 age 69 - name entered as Phillipps
*1841 - *1871
JOHN BRIDGES
& blacksmith
(Died Q4 1879 - age 76)
1872 - *1877
ROBERT BRIDGES
Age 33 in 1881
*1879 - 1884
Monday 31st March 1884 - Ordered to pay 9s 6d costs for having house open during prohibited hours on 20th March.
The three persons found in the house had offered the arresting officer 2s 6d each to overlook the offence. They were each fined 5s plus 9s 6d costs.
Steward & Patteson had advised the Bench that Bridges had been given notice to quit.
SAMSON WILLIAM EASTON
wife Mary Ann
29.12.1884 - 1888
HENRY BAYFORD
Age 42 in 1891
*1891 - 1892
GEORGE GENT
(Died June 1931 - age 64 ?)
by 1896
JOHN SANDS
Age 36 in 1911
25.07.1904
JOHN KEMP 30.11.1914
SIDNEY SMITH 27.12.1916
MATTHEW BROOKS
(Died September 1936 - age 67)
27.10.1919
ARCHIE THOMAS PAGE
(Died June 1948 - age 56)
27.10.1930
GEORGE CHAPLIN BAKER
(Died February 1989 - age 92)
29.06.1931
FREDERICK ROBERT BORRETT 27.06.1932
to closure


Village sometimes known as Gatesend. (listed as such 1846 and still mentioned 1890)

Request for a spirit licence opposed Monday 31st August 1874 on the grounds that the house did not meet the value required under the New Licensing Act.
However since the owners had not been notified of any such concerns, the Bench agreed to grant the licence, subject to the assessment of the county Licensing Committee.


Licence renewal not applied for February 1956.

     
In November 1890 it was recorded that Gatesend was supposed to include Tatterrsett. It was however only a name by which a few cottages and a public house were known, and they were actually in the parish of East Rudham. Gatesend probably derived its name from a gate separating the two parishes. Gatesend also had another name, the "Anchorage", from an outwork of the Priory, once a residence of a recluse.

See East Rudham RANGERS INN