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TRUE BLUE HILGAY Hilgay Index
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TEN MILE BANK CLACKCLOSE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED
CLACKCLOSE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1794 & PS 7/4/1 to PS 7/4/3 (1917 - 1949)
FRANK MILLS of Wisbech
HALL, CUTLACK & HARLOCK from 06.01.1939
Licensees :
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WILLIAM WHITTOME 
Age 65 in 1841
Died 1847
(& Judith nee WARD - Died 1844)
by 1796 - 1847
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GEORGE DORDERY
Age 32 in 1851
*1851 - *1856
SAMUEL SHINGLES
& shopkeeper
1857 - 1890
WILLIAM WALKER *1891 - *1892
JAMES ALFRED ROWELL 1896 - 1900
HERBERT HARBOARD CANNELL 1903
JOHN MILLER
Age 42 in 1911
by 1904
HARRY MILLER 29.09.1930
GEORGE THOMAS ARMSBY 03.01.1938
HARRY HOWLETT 15.12.1941
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Thanks to Pat Portsmouth for the update 09.09.2005

Image provided by Alan Wilde
c1938 - image thanks to Alan Wilde


Address as Long Drove in 1851 census.

Lot number 4 in the sale of Freehold Properties to be held at the BELL, Hilgay on Friday 24th July 1857.
The seven lots were the remaining properties of Robert Martin Layton Esq., who had disposed of his Brewery.
Described as a Beerhouse, noted for trade, adjoining the road leading to the Hilgay Station; with two convenient Cottages, a Stable and small Yard.
The True Blue being in occupation of Samuel Shingles.
(George Shingles in one of the cottages and John Daisley in the other.)