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CROSS KEYS MATTISHALL BURGH Index
Burgh Lane
opposite Back Lane
MITFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 30.09.1939
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 - 1975 )
SAMUEL HOWLETT to 1777
WESTONS Part of the St. Georges Brewery sold at auction 18th August 1864
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS From 1864.
Licensees :
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SAMUEL HOWLETT 1777
THOMAS TWINER (?) 1794
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property empty 1836
ROBERT NORTON * 1839 - 1846
JAMES SENDALL
age 59 in 1851
1851 - 1858
CHARLES EDWARDS
Age 28 in 1861
1858 - 1865
Fine of 5s and 6s expenses 28.08.1863 - see opposite.
JAMES SENDALL 1868 - 1871
DAVID JAMES CRISP 1875
JAMES CRISP
& farmer
1877 - 1883
Mrs HARRIET NORTON
Age 45 in 1891
1888 - 1891
ARTHUR BASEY 1892 - 1897
OSCAR DANIEL HEWITT by 1900
PETER REEVE 04.01.1907
EMMA REEVE 08.02.1918
JOHN REEVE 12.04.1918
GEORGE GUYMER 10.10.1925
ALICE E GUYMER 11.02.1927
ERNEST SAMUEL LEEDS 12.10.1928
HERBERT WILLIAM DAWSON 16.10.1931
ERNEST SAMUEL LEEDS 26.05.1933

Note: The 1858 Post Office directory gives James Sendall as a beer retailer at Mattishall Burgh, but also names Charles Edwards junior at the CROSS KEYS, which is listed under Mattishall.
In 1863 Charles Edwards is named at the CROSS KEYS, Mattishall and as a beer retailer at Mattishall Burgh.

c1900
c1900

Sold at auction 27th January 1777 along with 6 acres of land.
Sale took place at the George Inn, Mattishall.

At the Petty Sessions held Friday 28th August 1863 all innkeepers' licenses were renewed except for that of Charles Edwards.
Having partaken rather too freely of the good things that he sold, he rather noisily requested that his licence be signed at once, waving it about in oratorical style. When reproved by the chairman for being intoxicated, he energetically declared that he was as sober as any of the magistrates present; but the bench, being of different opinion, suspended the granting of his licence until their next sitting and fined him 5s and 6s expenses. He was given into the care of Superintendant Amis until he had overcome the fumes of the liquor he had swallowed.


Licence transferred to the WHIFFLER, Hellesdon, following closure September 1939.