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Licensees :
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THOMAS LOCKETT 1806
Mrs LOCKETT 1812 - 1820
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Stood on the South West corner of Surrey Street and High Street.

Also given as LOCKETT'S COFFEE HOUSE.

As Mrs LOCKETTS in 1812 playbill.

The Fakenham Provident Society collected their Quarterly Subscriptions here Friday 9th February 1816.

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Offered to let 9th September 1820
` For fourteen years, All that capital Messuage known by the name of the Coffee-house, situated at the corner of High-street, next the Tuesday Market Place, lately in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Lockett, deceased, and now of Mrs. Lockett, with a retail liquor shop, tap room, and extensive warehouses, all attached, and retail wine and spirit trade has been carried on many years. This house is not confined to any wine or spirit merchant, nor common brewer; and possession will be given Michaelmas next, if required.'

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Mentioned 1821.

By 1836 called the FREEMASONS COFFEE TAVERN

Later the FREEMASONS TAVERN.

Seems to be the same as the CORN EXCHANGE TAVERN ?
( Only found 1852-4 )