CRICH PARISH

which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell

Crich Alehouses

 

ALEHOUSES IN DERBIESHIRE 1577

The Certyfvcat of the namys of all such as do kepe Taverns Innys and Ale Howsys within the Countie of Derbie made by Sir Francis Leek knyght Justice of Peasse and Custos Rotulorum w ithin the said Countie And other the Quene's Majesties Justices of Peasse there according to the letters of her heighnesse most honorable privie Councell to them in that behallff directed.

HUNDREDUM DE MORLEYSTONE & LYTCHURCH IN COMITATU PRAEDICTO.

CRICH – Thomas Walker, William Lyttlewodd, Wydow Alsopp, William Wilde, Laurans Chetham.
Alehowsis v.

Following information courtesy Fred Dyson.

Victualler Record: Morleston and Litchurch 1761

Sylvester Elizabeth   £10
  Boome Daniel £10
Peat William   --
  Cowlishaw Saml. £10
  Piggin John £10
Sylvester Christopher   --
  Piggin John £10
  Cowlishaw Saml. £10
Hay Edward   £10
  Hog Paul £10
Broomhile Widow   --
  Curzon John £10
  Hog Paul £10
Jackson William   --

 

Victualler Record: Crich 1778

Allsop Francis   £10
  Langton Joseph £10
Broomhead Grace   --
  Walker Hugh £10
  Cook Thomas £10
Caforn? Thomas   £10
  Taylor George £10
Cooke Thomas   £10
  Walker Hugh £10
Flint John   £10
  Langton Joseph £10
Greenholf Lydia   £10
  Walker Hugh £10
Hall Mary   £10
  Langton Joseph £10
Haslam William   --
  Hay Edward £10
  Smith William £10
Hay Edward   £10
  Smith William £10
Marshall George   £10
  Rolley George £10
Rolley George   £10
  Marshall George £10
Silvester Hannah   --
  Hay Edward £10
  Smith William £10
Smith William   £10
  Hay Edward £10
Stocks John   --
  Smith William £10
  Hay Edward £10
Taylor George   £10
  Walker Hugh £10
Walker Hugh   £10
  Cooke Thomas £10

Morleston and Litchurch Hundred 1779

A Register or Calendar of all the Recognizances entered into by or for the several persons to whom licences were granted to keep Inns and Common Alehouses in the Hundred of Morleston & Litchurch and County of Derby in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy nine and returned to the Clerk of the peace of the said County under the hands of the Justices of the Peace taking the same persuant to the statute.

Allsopp Francis of Crich

 

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