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TEN MILE BANK CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1919
CLACKCLOSE REGISTER taken 1st September 1794 & CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTER PS 7/4/1 (1917 - 1933)
? Leased to Mill's Brewery of Downham Market 1859
The Rector & Churchwardens of Hilgay as recorded in 1917 register.
Licensees :
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JOSHUA PALMER
(Anglers)
1794
-  
WILLIAM HOWLETT
See opposite
1836 - 1845
EDWARD HOWLETT 1846
WILLIAM TINGEY 1854
EDWARD HOWLETT
& assistant overseer
1856
WILLIAM TINGAY 1858 - 1861
WILLIAM ARNOLD 1863
ROBERT HARNEWELL 1864 - 1865
WILLIAM ARNOLD 1868
ROBERT HARNEWELL 1869
WILLIAM SEARL / SEARLE 1871 - 1879
ROBERT PORTER
& farmer
1881 - 1890
Mrs SUSANNAH PORTER
Age 35 in 1891
1891 - 1892
GEORGE BEDFORD
Age 66 in 1911
1896 - 1912
JOSEPH HUGH STURGESS by 1915
to closure


Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

In 1859 the Jolly Anglers was leased from Robert Pryer and Henry Winearls to Mr. George William Mills, brewer of Downham Market.
See below.

Property sold 11th October 1919 to Arthur Hailstone of Hilgay.
Licence discontinued 11.10.1919
Became a private dwelling.

 

 

In 1841, Edward Howlett, age 44, is given as a publican at Ten Mile Bank, seemingly this house.

In 1861, Robert Pryer is a retired farmer, age 61, living at Ten Mile Bank.
Henry Winearls is a farmer of 720 acres, age 36 and living at Ely Road, Hilgay.