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Albion Hotel Charles Amis William Porter Baker
George Baxter Chambers George Chandler
James Chapman Childs & Spinks Henry William Churchyard & Sons
Cromer Aerated Water Co Daniel Davison David Dulley
William Everett Jarrold & Sons Ltd Henry Soames Jarvis
Joy's China & Glass Warehouse William Lake Ralph Michael Ling
Charles Mann Meadow Dairy Henry Perfect
Walter G. Pigott John Pollock Rusts Limited
Charles Frederick Shewell John Sillwood Spencer & Co
Suffield Park Hotel Watson & Kirby West End Stores
     

Albion Hotel

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Albion Hotel Cromer"    
 
This flagon could be attributed to one of three people Edward Pugh who was in the Albion Hotel from 1887 to 1894, John Sillwood 1894 to 1912 and Guiliehaus Butterfield 1912 to 1918.
 

Charles Amis

Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Charles Amis Cromer Wellington Hotel" 1 Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Charles Amis Cromer Wellington Hotel"
 
Charles Amis and Horace Amis took over at the Wellington Hotel from William Amis prior to 1904. By 1912 it was solely Charles Amis running the Hotel but he had left there by 1925.
 

William Porter Baker

6 & 10oz Codd Bottles Embossed "W. P. Baker Cromer" 10oz Codd Bottle Embossed "W. P. Baker Cromer"
"W.P. Baker Billhead" "S.A. Baker Billhead"
Glass Whiskey Flask Etched "W.P. Baker Church Square Cromer" Newspaper Advert
 
William Porter baker was in The "Ship Inn" Cromer from 1888 to 1900 also a wine and spirit merchant, his wife took over the business in 1904.
 

George Baxter

Silver Plate Tankard Stamped To Front "G. Baxter" & "Red Lion Hotel Cromer" To Base Two Tone Flagon Printed "George Baxter Wine & Spirit Merchant Cromer"
Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "George Baxter Red Lion Hotel" Glass Tumbler Etched "G. Baxter Cromer"
George baxter Death Notice    
 
George Baxter is only listed in the 1904 directory at the Red Lion Hotel in Cromer also as a wine and spirit merchant and beer bottler. I believe he had moved on to the Suffield park Hotel by 1909. Died in 1914
 

Chambers

Stoneware Ginger Beer Shaped Bottle    
 
Unsure if this is the right information but he is the only Chambers I can trace at Cromer. William John Chambers listed as having apartments in 1900 and 1904 at Kent House, Cadogen Rd. Cromer and as a printer at West St. Cromer in 1908 and 1916.
 

George Chandler

All White Stoneware Ginger Beer Impressed "Chandler Cromer"    
 
George Chandler listed as being in the refreshment rooms, Garden St. Cromer in 1896
 

James Chapman

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Jas Chapman Wine & Spirit Merchant North Walsham & Cromer" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "James Chapman Wine & Spirit Merchant North Walsham & Cromer"
James Chapman Billhead    
 
James Chapman was listed in the "Tuckers Hotel" until 1875 where he was listed at the "Bath Hotel" and also as a wine and spirit merchant he continued to be listed in Cromer as a wine and spirit merchant until 1877. At North Walsham he was in the "Kings Arms" from 1858 until 1879 also a wine and spirit merchant. He was taken over by Henry Perfect at the "Kings Arms"
 

Childs & Spinks

Pull Chord printed "Childs & Spinks Holt Rd Cromer Norfolk" Insolvency Notice For Childs & Spinks
 
Childs & Spinks listed from 1925 as Builders in Holt road Cromer also listed in 1929 and 1932.
 

Henry William Churchyard & Sons

Pair Of Ginger Beer Bottles Made By Pearson's Of Chesterfield Printed "The Real Old Fashioned Churchyard & Sons Ginger Beer Cromer & Sheringham" Beer Bottle Embossed "C & S Cromer"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Churchyard & Sons Wine & Spirit Merchants Cromer" Churchyards Shop On Prince Of Wales Road
London Gazette Notice of Walter John Churchyard Leaving The Business. Henry William Churchyard Changes his Name To Spencer by Deed Poll
 
Churchyard and Sons first listed in 1875 as grocer's and tea dealers Costessey .By 1883 they had open a branch at Cromer. The first entry for being at Sheringham was in 1892 where they were trading as grocers, drapers outfitters, provision wine and spirit merchants china glass earthenware depot. West End supply stores West St & Prince of Wales Rd Cromer & Sheringham & Costessey They Continued to be listed until 1906. henry William Churchyard changes his name by deed poll and the company becomes Spencer & Co.
 

Cromer Aerated Water Co

Glass Ginger Beer Bottle With Fired On Label Which Reads "Ginger Beer Cromer Aerated Water Co Bond St Tel Cromer 2140" Glass Crown Cap Bottle Embossed "Cromer Aerated Water Co"
London Gazette Notice Stated the Company To Be Wound Up. Liquidation  Notice
 
W. Everett started to used this name in the early 30's and goes into liquidation in 1951.
 

Daniel Davison

Medicine Bottle Embossed "Davison Dispensing Chemist Cromer" Medicine Bottle Embossed "Davison Pharmaceutical Chemist Cromer"
Daniel Davison Shopfront Advert from Cromer Guide Book
 
Daniel Davison is listed from 1892 until 1932 as a Chemist at 12 Jetty Street Cromer.
 

David Dulley

Labeled bottle for Sunburn lotion    
 
Listed as a Chemist from 1890 until 1925 at Church Street/Church Square Cromer.
 

William Everett

Doulton Made Tap Jar Printed "W. Everett Cromer Ginger Beer Brewed From Finest Jamaica Ginger" Doulton Made Tap Jar Printed "W. Everett Cromer Ginger Beer Brewed From Finest Jamaica Ginger"
3 Ginger Beer Bottles Used By W. Everett 3 Ginger Beer Bottles Used By W. Everett
6 & 10oz Acme Reliance Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "W. Everett Cromer" 6 & 10oz Codd Bottles Embossed "W. Everett Cromer"
Blob Top Flat Bottomed Hamilton Bottles Embossed "W. Everett Cromer" Crown Cap Flat Bottomed Hamilton Bottles Embossed "W. Everett Cromer"
Blue Soda Syphon Etched "W. Everett Cromer" With WE Initials Crown Cap Bottle Embossed Round Base "W. Everett Cromer"
Clear Soda Syphons Etched "W. Everett Cromer" With WE Initials London Gazette notice mentioning "William Everett"
Newspaper Advert Kelly's Directory Advert
 
William Everett was is listed from 1904 until 1932 as a mineral water manufacturer at Bond St. Cromer latterly became the Cromer aerated water company.
 

John James Gallehawk

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Gallehawk Cromer" Made By Pearson's Chesterfield"    
 
John James Gallehawk was first listed in 1875 as a shopkeeper in Church St Cromer, he was last listed in 1892 and in 1900 there was a Sydney Gallehawk listed as a fruiterer and greengrocer at 9 Mount St. Cromer.
 

Jarrold & Sons Ltd

Stoneware Desk Ink Printed "Jarrold & Sons Ltd Stationers London Norwich Yarmouth Cromer & Sheringham" Old Advert showing Jarrolds Cromer Shopfont
 
First listed in Cromer in 1888 and is still open today also had premises at Sheringham
 

Henry Soames Jarvis

Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Jarvis Cromer" Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Wine Merchants Jarvis Cromer"
 
Henry Soames Jarvis was first listed in the "Hotel de Paris" in 1854. By 1875 he had taken over at the Tuckers Hotel as well. After Henry's death prior to 1888 Messrs. Jarvis was first listed as a wine and spirit merchants which was run by his executors. The last listing as wine and spirit merchants was in 1908 and by 1916 they only had the "Hotel De Paris". The last entry for Messrs. Jarvis was in 1925.
 

Joy's China & Glass Warehouse

Doulton Footwarmer Printed "Joy's Fakenham Sheringham & Cromer" Doulton Footwarmer Printed "Joy's Fakenham Sheringham & Cromer"
Painted Wall Norwich Road, Fakenham London Gazette Entry With Joys Being Dissolved.
 
Frank Thomas Joy is listed as a China Dealer at High Street Sheringham in 1922.  Joy's China & Glass Warehouse is listed from 1925 until 1929 at Sheringham, Fakenham & Cromer although the partnership between the owners Harry Rogers Perry & Frank Thomas Joy was dissolved in 1925.
 

William Lake

Impressed Ginger Beer Bottle    
 
William Lake was listed as a confectioner and corn chandler in 1875, 1877 & 1879 at Garden St. Cromer
 

Ralph Michael Ling

Labeled Bottle For Distilled Water By Ralph M. Ling Paper Labeled Bottle
R.M. Lings Shopfront at Cromer    
 
Ralph Michael Ling is listed as a Chemist in Church Street Cromer from 1904 until 1916. He is again listed in 1925 as an Photographic Materials dealer at Holmwood, Church Street Cromer.
 

Charles Mann

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Charles Mann Red Lion Hotel Cromer"    
 
The only entry for Charles Mann is in 1904 where he is listed as an Wine and Spirit merchant, beer bottler and at the Red Lion Hotel.
 

Meadow Dairy

Small Cream Pot Printed "From The Meadow Dairy Cromer"    
 
The only listing I could find for The Meadow Dairy was in the 1906 directory.
 

Henry Perfect

Doulton Lambeth Whiskey Jug Printed "H. Perfect Kings Arms Hotel North Walsham & Cromer" With Lambeth Church Pictorial Two tone Flagon Impressed "H. Perfect Wine & Spirit Merchant North Walsham & Cromer"
 
Henry Perfect is listed in the "Kings Arms" at North Walsham from 1879 until 1892 also as a wine and spirit merchant. From 1896 until 1904 he is listed as a hairdresser and tobacconist. At Cromer he was listed as a wine and spirit merchant in the High Street from 1883 until 1892.
 

Walter G. Pigott

Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "W.G. Pigott Cromer"  
 
Walter G. Pigott was listed as a chemist and druggist in Church St Cromer from1863 until 1879.
 

John Pollock

Medicine Shaped Vets Bottle Embossed "J. Pollock F.R.C.V.S Veterinary Surgeon Norwich & Cromer"    
 
John Pollock listed as a veterinary surgeon at Leigh House, Bond Street, Cromer in 1896 & Veterinary surgeon and shoeing smith, Corner Street, Cromer in 1900.
 

Rusts Limited

Soda Syphon Etched "Rusts Limited High Class Table Waters Cromer" Soda Syphon Etched "Rusts Limited High Class Table Waters Cromer" With Cromer Crest to Centre
Half Pint Cork Stoppered Shouldered beer Bottles Embossed "Rusts Limited Cromer" Half Pint Internal Screw Stoppered Shouldered beer Bottle Embossed "Rusts Limited Cromer"
1 Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Rusts Limited Cromer" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Rusts Ltd Grocery Dept. Cromer"
Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed Round Base "Rusts Ltd Cromer" 1 Pint Beer Bottle Embossed Round Base "Rusts Ltd Cromer"
Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed Round Base "Rusts Ltd Cromer" 1 Pint Beer Bottle Embossed Round Base "Rusts Ltd Cromer"
Crown Cap Bottle Embossed "Rust's Ltd High Street Cromer" Advert from Cromer Guide Book
Rusts Cromer Shopfront Rusts Cromer Shopfront
 
The first entry I have for Rusts is in 1822 Benjamin Rust & Son Grocer & Draper High St. In 1830 they were listed as Benjamin & John William Rust by 1845 it was back to being Benjamin on his own. In 1865 Georgina Webb Rust was running the business but was soon succeeded by Benjamin & Henry Rust. They were first listed as wine and spirit merchants as well as Grocers and Drapers in 1883. There was again a change of owners in 1890 when it became Henry & Hannah Rust but was back to Henry Rust in 1896 but soon became Henry Rust, Son & Co. Rusts had become a limited company by 1908.
 

Charles Frederick Shewell

Paper Labeled Chemist Bottle    
 
Took over the chemist business of Hoare. Born in 1883. Charles Frederick and married Nellie Emmeline. Died on 26 Feb 1964 in Cromer.
 

John Sillwood

Glass Whiskey Flask Embossed "J. Sillwood Albion Hotel Cromer"    
 
John Sillwood is listed as a Plasterer at The Meadow, 13 West Street from 1888 to 1892 and from 1896 until 1908 he is listed in the "Albion Hotel" on Church Street.
 

Spencer & Co

Pair of Spencer Ginger Beer Bottles Soda Syphon Etched "Spencer & Co pure Table Waters Cromer"
6 & 10oz Codd bottles Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer" Flat Bottomed Hamilton Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer"
Wine Shaped Bottle Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer" Wine Shaped Bottle Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer"
Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer" Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Spencer" To Front & "Cromer" To Rear
Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer" Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Spencer & Co Cromer"
Spencer & Co Billhead Henry William Churchyard Changes his Name To Spencer by Deed Poll
 
Spencer & Co first listed in 1904 as wine, spirit and mineral water manufacturers At Prince of Wales Road Cromer and continued to be listed between 1925 and 1932.
 

Suffield Park Hotel

Whiskey Flask Etched "Suffield Park Hotel" Suffield Park Hotel
 
Information Needed
 

Watson & Kirby

Pull Chord "Watson & Kirby Plumbers Norwich & Cromer PULL" Insolvency notice For Watson & Kirby
 
Watson and Kirby are first listed in Cromer as Plumbers in Church Street 1896. By 1900 had moved to Cambridge Street and are listed as Plumbers, builders and sanitary Engineers. They became a limited company in 1922 whilst being listed as Plumbers. From 1925 they are listed as builders until they were declared bankrupt in 1942.
 

West End Stores

Tap Jar Printed "The West End Wine & Spirit Stores Cromer" Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "The West End Wine & Spirit Stores Cromer"
 
Churchyard and Sons first listed in 1875 as grocer's and tea dealers Costessey .By 1883 they had open a branch at Cromer. The first entry for being at Sheringham was in 1892 where they were trading as grocers, drapers outfitters, provision wine and spirit merchants china glass earthenware depot. West End supply stores West St & Prince of Wales Rd Cromer & Sheringham & Costessey They Continued to be listed until 1906.
 

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