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Eynesford Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 ( c1880 - 1975 )
MORGANS Owned by Major Timothy White of Salle Park : Leased to Morgans to at least 1929
STEWARD & PATTESON ? Owned by Sir Dymaker White c1930
- Owned by Sir John Woolmer White by 1972
Licensees :
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JOHN VOUR / SOUR (?) 1794
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JOSEPH LEEDS
age 40 in 1841
age 53 in 1851
& farmer
1836 - 1865
EDWARD EASTON 1868 - 1870
Fine of £5 and £1-2s costs on Monday 4th January 1870 for having his house open at illegal hours on Sunday 26th December 1869. He had been convicted of a similar offence within the previous 3 months. Two month's imprisonment was the alternate to the fine. After `some demur' the fine was paid.
Licence refused Monday 5th September 1870 owing to the landlord being convicted and fined two or three times in the past year.
JAMES ASHMORE
& farmer
by 1871
MARY ANN ASHMORE widow 15.03.1888
GEORGE DERISLEY
& farmer
31.11.1890
GEORGE WHILEY 17.12.1894
JOHN HALL 21.12.1896
JOHN GOGLE 08.01.1900
WILLIAM BARBER 21.10.1902
Mrs ELIZABETH BARBER 19.06.1905
FRANK LASKEY 20.10.1913
SARAH LASKEY 1930
ERNEST AMBROSE SMITH 20.10.1930
 - 1956
Sir John Woolmer White 11.12.1972


Location in 1794 given as Saul. Unfortunately the name of licensee is unclear.

At the Petty Sessions held Saturday 1st October 1870, Frederick Gladden, a respectable young man of the village, was accused of assault on Edward Easton. The case was dismissed without the defendant being called and the Chairman said that Easton had committed the first assault and should have been the one being held to account.


Lord of Manor said in 1987 to still be renewing licence annually.