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Crown, High Street, Rayleigh

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The Crown is a pub on High Street in Rayleigh, Essex, England, currently known as "Ye Olde Crown."

Known license transfers:

  • 20 Oct 1870: "The licence of the Crown Inn, Rayleigh, was transferred from the executors of Charles Bright, deceased, to Mr. James Devenish, this being a special Petty Session for transferring alehouse licences."[1]

See also Crown, High Street, Rayleigh, Essex at the Pub History website.

Sources

  1. "Petty Sessions: Rochford, Oct. 20," The Essex Newsman, 29 Oct 1870, p. 2, col. 3; digital images, British Newspaper Archive (https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk : accessed 14 Apr 2018), Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.




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