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Wyboston Beerhouses

It is not surprising, given that it lies on one of the country's main arterial roads, that Wyboston has contained a large number of licensed premises in its history. The following, unnamed, beerhouses occur in 19th century directories for Wyboston. 

Beerhouse

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1890: Thomas Beard 

Beerhouse

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1877: John Bodger 

Beerhouse

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1864-1871: Cornelius Darrington

Beerhouse 

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1898: George Eaton 

Beerhouse

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1885: Arthur Gray

Beerhouse 

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1885: John Gray 

Beerhouse 

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1876: William Neal

Beerhouse 

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known:

1876-1898: William Newman (market gardener)

Beerhouse

List of Licensees: note that this is not a complete list. Italics indicate licensees whose beginning and/or end dates are not known: 

1885: Samuel Ward