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THE STREET CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1794 & PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
Sir THOMAS LEIGH HARE Bart. of Stow Bardolph ( Selling SETCH FINE ALES c1900)
GREENE KING From 03.03.1947
Licensees :
HESTHER HUDSON 1794
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THOMAS CRISP to 1816
JOEL CHARLTON
age 51 in 1851
1836 - 1856
ROBERT WALES by 07.1857 - 1858
HENRY POND 1861 - 1875
WILLIAM GRIGGS 1877 - 1883
JOSEPH BATEMAN 1885 - 1886
JAMES WHITERID 1887 - 1908
Monday 20th June 1887 - Mr. Whitred fined 10s and 12s costs for selling beer after legal hours on the night of Monday 30th May. Licence endorsed.
Also Charles Lockwood, Edward Sherwood, George Bush and Robert Postle each fined 5s and 6s 9d costs for being on the premises.
THOMAS JACOBS 1912
WILLIAM DEWING by 1915
HAROLD BROWN 08.10.1923
FLORENCE ELIZABETH BROWN 01.07.1942
ALBERT CATCHPOLE 03.05.1948
WILLIAM THOMAS DRUMMOND to 03.1958
JOHN HARRY GEORGE WOODBRIDGE 24.03.1958
A PHIL ALGAR 10.1961 - 1963
PAM & ALEX (JOCK) COOK 1963 - 11.1985
Closed October 1985 (Mr & Mrs Cook initially stayed on after closure as renovations commenced)
KEITH & MERYL MAJOR 06.1986
K. BROWN 1987
PETER & PENNY CALCUTT 1990 - 1998
MICHAEL & WENDY GROVES 07.1998
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KIM BROCKHOUSE by 2014 - 2023+

Wimbotsham - August 1998
August 1998


Mid 17thC building.

For Sale by Auction, Wednesday, 3rd April 1816 by order of the Trustees of Thomas Crisp. Property included Stable and other outbuildings, and about two acres of homestall.

Selling Setch Ales in early 1900's.
(Certainly during the period of William Dewing being licensee)