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REDMORE GRIMSHOE HUNDRED - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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ELIZABETH MOTT
Age 68
1861
JAMES MOTT
Age 48 in 1881
1863 - *1888
Fine of 5s and 11s costs on Monday 17th August 1863 : See below.
ABRAHAM HALL 1894 - 1896
DAVID KEY
Age 44 in 1911
Cambridgeshire directory 1916 gives location as Southery.
1911 - 1916
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  James Mott, beer seller and provision dealer, was fined, August 1863 for having, on 8th August, three false weights in his possession and of using two deficient measures.   


In 1797 and 1826 it is named Redmore House and shown to be in Redmoor Fen, (Lowell Fen in 1797) an Extra parochial area within the Norfolk boundary, but consequently not attached to any parish.

Known as the REDMORE FARM (770 acres) when offered For Sale by Auction Wednesday 1st May 1816.


Only found in 1861 census and directories for 1864, 1869 & 1896.

Located west of Hockwold parish.

Given as at Burnt Fen, Hilgay, in 1864.

Transferred into Cambridgeshire by order of the Norfolk County Council, 1896. Name of area changed from Redmore to Redmere.
Listed under Redmere in 1896 directory.


Survives as a derelict building 2008