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QUEENS HEAD LONG STRATTON Index
THE STREET DEPWADE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
HENSTEAD & DEPWADE REGISTERS taken September 1789, 1790 & 1794
LACONS included in sale by Cann & Clarke to Morgans 11.05.1894
WHITBREAD  
ADNAMS Sold March 2015 for £250,000
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Licensees :
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JOHN ELY 1789 - 1790
JEREMIAH CLAYTON
Died by 02.1820
1794 - 1820
Mr. J. SLIGHT
Died Thursday 26th April 1832 - age 42
to 1832
HONOUR SLIGHT 1836
GEORGE ALBROW
Died 20th March 1840 - age 49
1839 - 1840
HONOR ALBOROUGH 1845
CHARLES BETTS
age 55 in 1851
1846 - 1851
CHARLES AYTON 1856
NORRIS LEACH 1858
ALFRED LEECH
& coal merchant
Age 28 in 1861
1861 - 1872
THOMAS WARNES 1875 - 1883
R. A. KNIGHTS 1888
WILLIAM TURNER
Age 25 in 1891
1889 - 1904
JOHNSON CAPP 1904
THOMAS PELLS 1908 - 1925
Tuesday 26th January 1909 for permitting drunkenness in his house on 19th December 1908. Case dismissed upon paying costs of 8s 6d
HARRY HOLDER 1929
WALTER J. ANGEL 1933
THOMAS WILLIAM THURLOW
Died April 1938 - age 44
1935 - 1938
Mrs. THURLOW 1938
Mrs. A.  ALLISON
See below
Husband Arthur in "indifferent health" 11.1963.
by 1940 to 01.1964
Mr. & Mrs. G. C. ARCHER 1960's?
NORMA & RON BOND 1975 - 1977
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CAROLYN ELLIOTT 1999
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JOE TAYLOR 08.2002
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Mrs. Allison celebrated her silver wedding with husband Arthur, 29th October 1963. She had reportedly held the licence since her first husband died, about 30 years previously.
  Queens Head - Long Stratton - Lacon Inns ( Adnams ) c1994
1994
  Queens Head, Long Stratton, March 1998
03.1998
 

March 1998 - Long Stratton

Original house said to have been built in 1668 from ships timbers - The pension of the captain. (Peter Scotchbrook ?)

5th February 1820 - Debtors and Creditors of the late Jeremiah Clayton, Ale-house keeper, were requested to immediately settle their business.

Licence renewal deferred Tuesday 9th February 1909, to be considered on 23rd February.

On Tuesday 23rd February 1909 it was claimed that the house was difficult for the police to supervise since Mr. Flegg, grocer, had a right of way through the yard and his garden door opened opposite a back door of the public house. The labouring class used the house, the stables were seldom used for putting up horses. Trade dropped during the service of Mr. Capp, but according to the representative from Lacons Brewery, it was probably because he was very strict.
Trade was now about 157 barrels of beer, 150 gallons of cider, 61 gallons of spirits and 673 dozen bottles of beer.
The present building had been there since 1828 and difficulty in supervision had never been raised before.