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George Baldwin Thomas Cubitt Baldwin Baxter & Co
Edward Case Herbert Cawdron Peatling & Cawdron
Thomas Charlton Davis Brothers William Henry Dennett
Charles J. Elliott Fakenham Cooperative Society Greene King & Sons Limited
William Harvey Horace James Heyhoe John Charles Holton
Joys China & Glass Warehouse Rowland Alfred Metcalf Millers Royal Bazaar
Richard Richardson Thomas Sheringham William Sheringham
Sheringham & Atkinson Sheringham & Overman Robert Sillett
Edmund William Southwood William Taney  
     

George, George Thomas & Thomas Cubitt Baldwin

Saltglazed Vets Bottle Impressed "G Baldwin V S Fakenham" Half Pint Saltglazed vets Bottle Impressed "G. Baldwin V S Fakenham"
Half Pint Saltglazed vets Bottle Impressed "G. Baldwin V S Fakenham" Half Pint Saltglazed vets Bottle Impressed "G. Baldwin V S Fakenham"
1 Pint Saltglazed vets Bottle Impressed "G. Baldwin V S Fakenham" Slipglazed Porter Shaped Bottle Impressed "T.C. Baldwin"
4oz Saltglazed Vets Bottle Impressed "G.T. Baldwin M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham" Half Pint Saltglazed Vets Bottle Impressed "G.T. Baldwin M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham"
1 Pint Saltglazed Vets Bottle Impressed "G.T. Baldwin M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham" Salt Glazed Stoneware Vets Bottle Impressed "G Baldwin V S Fakenham"
1 Pint Slip Glazed Vets Bottle Impressed "G*Baldwin V*S Fakenham" George Thomas Baldwin Death Notice
George Baldwin Death Notice    
 
George Baldwin is first listed in 1822 as a veterinary Surgeon in Fakenham. In 1839 George Baldwin Senior and Junior at Norwich Street an Hays Lane. This continues to be the case until 1863 when George Baldwin is listed on his own at Norwich Road until 1868. Thomas Cubitt Baldwin became Executor after George Thomas Baldwin after his death.
 

Baxter & Co

Easophilip Patent Foot Warmer Printed "Baxter & Co China Dealers, Fakenham"    
 
Baxter & co are listed from 1908 until 1912 as ironmongers at the Market Place, Fakenham.
 

Edward Case

All White Bottle Printed "Case's Colic Drink" All White Vets Bottle Impressed "E. Case MRCVS. Fakenham"
All White Vets Bottle Impressed "Edward Case M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham" All White Vets Bottle Impressed "E. Case M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham"
All White Vets Bottle Impressed "E. Case M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham" All White Vets Bottle Impressed "E. Case M.R.C.V.S. Fakenham"
Saltglazed Bottle Impressed "E Case MRCVS Fakenham" Advert for Foot and Mouth Lotion
 
Edward Case is listed from 1868 as a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons London at Bridge Street Fakenham. His last listing is in 1901.
 

Herbert Cawdron & Peatling & Cawdron

Fired On Label Beer Bottles Which Read "Cawdron's Of Fakenham & Wells" Beer Bottles Embossed "Herbert Cawdron Wells & Fakenham"
Pair of Whiskey Flasks Embossed "Herbert Cawdron Wine Merchant Wells & Fakenham" Wooden Crate Which Reads "Cawdrons Fakenham & Wells"
Wooden Crate Which Reads "Peatling & Cawdron" Wooden Crate Which Reads "Cawdron's Fakenham & Wells"
'Herbert Cawdron Goes Into Liquidation Directory Advert From 1937
 
Robert Sillett was first listed in 1822 as a wine and spirit merchant. He continued to be listed until 1839 when Robert Sillett Junior was listed. In 1877 Mrs. Sillett was listed briefly and the executors of R. Sillett in 1879. Robert John Sillett was listed by 1883 up until 1896 when George Henry Davis & Henry R. C. Davis took over. Davis Brothers continued to be listed at Post office Street, Fakenham until 1922 when they were taken over by Herbert Cawdron. Latterly Herbert Cawdron merged with Thomas Peatling & Son of Wisbech to form Peatling & Cawdron. They continued in Fakenham until 1956 when they went into liquidation.
 

Thomas Charlton

Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "Charlton Fakenham" Large And Small Bullet Stoppers Embossed /Etched "Charlton Fakenham"
Premier Or Chapman's Patent Embossed "Charlton Fakenham" Large & Small Hamilton Embossed "Charlton Fakenham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Charlton Fakenham Brewery" Thomas Charlton Fakenham Brewery Framed Poster/Showcard
London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton
London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton
London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton London Gazette Notice Mentioning Thomas Charlton
Fakenham Brewery Advert Greene King And Sons advert with Thomas Charlton as manager from 1904
 
Thomas Charlton listed from 1875 until 1890 as a brewer and mineral water manufacturer at Hall Staithe Fakenham. By 1892 he was bought out by Greene King & Sons Ltd but continued on as the manager until 1908 when Roger Hazell became the manager.
 

Davis Brothers

Two Tone Tap Jar Printed "Davis Brothers Late RJ Sillett Opposite The Corn Hall Fakenham Norfolk" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Davis Bros Wine & Spirit Merchants Fakenham Norfolk"
Davis Brothers Advert from 1894    
 
Robert Sillett was first listed in 1822 as a wine and spirit merchant. He continued to be listed until 1839 when Robert Sillett Junior was listed. In 1877 Mrs. Sillett was listed briefly and the executors of R. Sillett in 1879. Robert John Sillett was listed by 1883 up until 1896 when George Henry Davis & Henry R. C. Davis took over. Davis Brothers continued to be listed at Post office Street, Fakenham until 1922 when they were taken over by Herbert Cawdron. Latterly Herbert Cawdron merged with Thomas Peatling & Son of Wisbech to form Peatling & Cawdron. They continued in Fakenham until 1956 when they went into liquidation.
 

William Henry Dennett

Brass Wall Plaque Stamped "W.H. Dennett M.R.C.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon"    
 
William Henry Dennett is first listed as a veterinary surgeon at Fakenham in 1925 with his premises at Upper Market by 1929 he had moved to Norwich Road and is also listed in the 1932 directory.
 

Charles J. Elliott

Two Tone Flagon Printed "Chas J. Elliott Wholesale And Family Grocer Fakenham" Newspaper Advert
Elliott's Store At Upper Market Place Elliott's Store In The Market Place
Charles Elliott Appointed Liquidator    
 
Charles John Elliott is listed from 1896 up until 1916 as a wholesale & family grocer and tea and coffee merchant.
 

Fakenham Co-operative Society

Blue Print China Mug Which Reads "Fakenham Gala Mug June 30th 1923 Co-operative Society Ltd" Notice Of Branch Closure At Fakenham
 
Fakenham Co-operative Society Limited are first listed in 1916 at Bridge St, Fakenham. In 1922 as well as the Bridge street shop they also had premises in Norwich Road. They continued until 1962 when the registration was cancelled and they ceased to exist.
 

Greene King & Sons Limited

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Greene King & Sons Limited Fakenham" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Greene, King & Sons Limtd Fakenham"
1 Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Greene King & Sons Ltd Fakenham Brewery" 10oz Bullet Stopper Embossed "Greene King & Sons Ltd Fakenham"
Greene King And Sons advert with Thomas Charlton as manager from 1904    
 
Thomas Charlton listed from 1875 until 1890 as a brewer and mineral water manufacturer at Hall Staithe Fakenham. By 1892 he was bought out by Greene King & Sons Ltd but continued on as the manager until 1908 when Roger Hazell became the manager.
 

William Harvey

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "William Harvey Fakenham"    
 
William Harvey is listed between 1870 until 1910 as being in the Crown Hotel Fakenham and also as a farmer at Weston Longville.
 

Horace J. Heyhoe

Chemist Bottles Embossed "Dispensing Chemist H. J. Heyhoe Fakenham" Chemist Bottles Embossed "H.J. Heyhoe Chemist Fakenham"
Paper Labelled Chemist Bottle Corns advert fir Horace Heyhoe in 1899 after taking over RA metcalf
 
Horace James Heyhoe took over from R A Metcalf and is listed from 1900 as Chemist, Druggist and Wine Merchant at Market Place Fakenham. He continues to be listed until 1937 when he bomes a limited company. Horace Heyhoe died in 1944 living in Reading aged 77. He also had a chemist shop at Walsingham.
 

John Charles Holton

Glass Measuring Cup Advertising "J.C.Holton M.P.S. Pharmacist Fakenham" Paper Labelled Chemist Bottle
Chemist Bottles Left & Right Read "J.C. Holton Pharmacy Next Post Office Fakenham" Middle One Embossed "J.C. Holton MPS Pharmacy Fakenham" Chemist Bottle Embossed "J.C. Holton Fakenham"
Newspaper Advert    
 
John Charles Holton is listed from 1912 until 1937 as a Chemist at Bridge Street Fakenham. John Holton died in 1945.
 

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.
 

Rowland Alfred Metcalf

Pot Lid Printed "Cherry Tooth Paste For Cleansing And Preserving The Teeth & Gums R.A. Metcalf Chemist Lynn & Fakenham" Funeral Of Rowland Metcalf
Rowland Metcalf R. A. Metcalf agent for Sun insurance office in 1893
Application for Alcohol licence for Herbert Ferryman and RA metcalf Metcalf Advertisement for Corns in 1895
 
Rowland Metcalf started as a chemist in Fakenham around 1888 after leaving Fakenham R. A. Metcalf continued at King's Lynn, where he expanded into drinks manufacturing with a factory at the Southgate Works, as well as continuing as a chemist until 1933 when they became Metcalf and Spreckley. Rowland Metcalf was taken over at Fakenham by Horace Heyhoe in 1900.
 

Millers Royal Bazaar

Two Tone Footwarmer Printed "Millers Royal Stores Fakenham" Two Tone Footwarmer Printed "Millers Royal Bazaar Fakenham"
Gazette Entry Mentioning William Osborne Miller Directory Advert
 
The business was started in Fakenham by Thomas John Miller who was listed in 1856 as a printer bookseller, binder and stationer in the Market Place. By 1858 he had moved to Norwich Street where he opened a new shop which was a stationers and toy warehouse. From 1863 until 1875 he was listed as a printer and bookbinder, china and glass warehouse. In 1875 the china and glass warehouse had been taken over by William Osborne Miller whilst Thomas John Miller concentrated on his printing works at the "Warfedale Printing Works". William Osborne continued to be listed as China & Glass dealer up until 1925.
 

Richard Richardson

Stoneware Porter Bottle Impressed "R. Richardson Bell Inn Fakenham" Bell Inn Advert
Bell Inn On Norwich Road Fakenham    
 
Richard Richardson was listed in the "Bell Inn" Fakenham at Norwich Road from 1871 until 1916. From 1922  up to 1932 he was listed as Ernest & Richard Richardson rag, iron & skin merchants and shipping agents.
 

William & Thomas Sheringham, Sheringham & Atkinson & Sheringham & Overman

Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "W. Sheringham Fakenham" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "Wm Sheringham Fakenham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "W. Sherringham Fakenham" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "T.W. Sheringham Fakenham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Sheringham & Atkinson Fakenham" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Sheringham & Overman Fakenham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Sheringham & Overman Fakenham" Old Desk Used By Sheringham & Overman
Directory Advert From 1937 Sheringham & Overman Ltd in Fakenham Market Place
Sheringham and Overman application for beer licence    
 
W. Sheringham was first listed in 1830 as wine and spirit and wool and seed merchants. He continued up until 1864 when Thomas Sheringham was listed. By 1877 Sheringham had been joined by Atkinson to form Sheringham and Atkinson. Atkinson then dropped out in 1892 when just W. Sheringham was listed again. In 1896 Sheringham was joined by Overman. Sheringham and Overman continued well into the 30's and 40's.
 

Robert Sillett

Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "R. Sillett" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "R. Sillett"
Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "Robert . Sillett" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "R.J. Sillett Wine & Spirit Merchant Fakenham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "R. S. Fakenham" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "R.J. Sillett Wine & Spirit Merchant Fakenham"
 
Robert Sillett was first listed in 1822 as a wine and spirit merchant. He continued to be listed until 1839 when Robert Sillett Junior was listed. In 1877 Mrs. Sillett was listed briefly and the executors of R. Sillett in 1879. Robert John Sillett was listed by 1883 up until 1896 when George Henry Davis & Henry R. C. Davis took over. Davis Brothers continued to be listed at Post office Street, Fakenham until 1922 when they were taken over by Herbert Cawdron. Latterly Herbert Cawdron merged with Thomas Peatling & Son of Wisbech to form Peatling & Cawdron. They continued in Fakenham until 1956 when they went into liquidation.
 

Edmund William Southwood

Paper labeled ink bottle for "Southwoods Unrivalled Ink Perfected Black Free From Sediment E.W. Southwood Fakenham"    
 
Edmund William Southwood is first listed in 1865 as a bookseller, stationer, picture frame maker & news agent at Millers Royal Bazaar in Norwich Street, this is his only listing at millers bazaar although he continues to be listed up until 1880. In 1879 he had opened a new shop in the Market place the Universal Supply Stores.
 

William Taney

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "W. Taney Fakenham"    
 
William Taney was a marine store dealer in Bridge St. Fakenham from 1865 until 1868 he had moved to Oak St. and by 1879 he was in the "Star" public house. He was last listed in 1883.
 

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