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Licensees :
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WILLIAM HOLLIS
& joiner
* 1836
SAMUEL CLARKE
age 66 in 1851
1845 - 1861
H HALES 1863
JAMES HAILES 1864 - 1865
WILLIAM J BROADY
(Broad in 1869 directory)
Born Jamaica c1837 - Died Q2 1870
1868 - 1869
EMILY BROADY
(re-married to Charles Grapes 14th November 1871)
1870 - 1871
CHARLES GRAPES 1872 - 1890
WILLIAM GRAVER 1891 - 1896
ALFRED YOUNGMAN 1900
ROBERT GEORGE DACK by 1903
WILLIAM LANDAMORE 17.10.1905
CHARLES ALLEN 11.10.1910
ROBERT LOUIS HEWITT 03.11.1914
CHARLES RICHARD LARKE 10.10.1933
SAMUEL WILFRED GRAPES 01.01.1935
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Mr & Mrs FRANK HUGHES 1966
A H SANDS 1973
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BEN GLEASON May 2017

Thurne - 11.04.1997
1997

Shown as the RED LION 1868, 1872 and on c1885 map - North of existing site and on West side of street.

Licence removed to new premises 30.07.1935

11.04.1997


Closed for refurbishment to re-open 18th May 2017

 

Memories collected by Chris Holderness of Rig-a-Jig-Jig for the East Anglian Traditional Musical Trust.
The CH numbers refer to Chris's Archive on eatmt.org
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From 'Harry Cox and his Friends' by Chris Heppa       (CH B2-1-24b)

' Pub singing in the inter war years was well established at Repps White Hart, Thurne Lion (where the Brooke family were noted singers), several pubs in Martham and Hickling and at Rollesby (associated with 'Duke' Sales and the Locke family.'