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Near COURT HOUSE
PERKIN FIELD
FREEBRIDGE MARSHLAND BEERHOUSE to 1966
FULL LICENCE
CLOSED
FREEBRIDGE LICENCE REGISTER PS 6/4/1 (1936 - 1960)
FREEHOUSE Alfred Andrews - Innkeeper & brewer
Representatives of A. ANDREWS by 1961
LESLIE JOHN EATON 12.10.1966
GREENE KING  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM ANDREWS
& farrier
Age 64 in 1881
1858 - (1890)
Monday 18th October 1869 - Paid costs of 17s 6d having been accused of being in breach of the 1865 Locomotive Act by not having a person 60 yards ahead of an engine travelling on the Wisbech road. Mr. Andrews had sworn that a 14 year old boy was well ahead of the engine, waving a flag, who had been ignored by his accuser, Mr. Wilkin, a solicitor.
WILLIAM WRIGHT ANDREWS 1885 - 1900
Monday 30th march 1885 - Charged with trespassing in pursuit of game on the land of farmer Christopher Failes. Fine of 5s and 23s costs.
Monday 13th August 1888 - Fine of 2s 6d and 9s 6d costs for allowing a horse to stray on the highway on 26th July.
Monday 20th May 1889 - Fine of 10s and 9s costs for obstructing the highway by tethering a horse. His claim that the road was in such a bad state it was almost impassable by vehicles and seldom used by pedestrians was not taken into consideration.
ALFRED ANDREWS
& brewer
by 1904
WILLIAM MINNS BATTERHAM 05.05.1952
LESLIE JOHN EATON 12.10.1966
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FRED & STELLA ISHMAIL 1972 - 1984
JOHN & PAT SUTTON 04.1984 - 1987
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Beerhouse For Sale by Auction 9th September 1878.
Location given as in Perkin Field

Lot No. 1 in the sale of properties Monday, 4th April 1881.
Situated in the entire centre of town, opposite the Police Court and new Polling Station. Including a piece of Land immediately in front of about 1,542 square yards. With Stables, Coach-houses and Outbuildings.

Full licence granted 12th October 1966

November 2000
November 2000

 Closed by March 2003.

Offered for sale as
" A former village inn with the benefit of exposed beams and open fireplaces which could readily be adapted to provide an extremely comfortable family home ''