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R. H. Clarke Elizabeth Coe Robert Coe
Charles William Collishaw Charles John Howard Phillip Howard
Robert Kingaby Thomas Kingaby Robert J. Perkin
Charles Vincent Lacey Andrew Vincent  
     

R. H. Clarke

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "R. H. Clarke Wine and Spirit Merchant Hingham"    
 
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Elizabeth & Robert Coe

Salt Glazed Porter Impressed "R. Coe Hingham" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Elizabeth Coe Wine and Spirit Merchant Hingham"
 
Robert Coe is listed in The What Hart inn at Hingham in 1845 and 1846 by 1850 Elizabeth Coe was listed. Thomas Clarke took over from Elizabeth Coe between 1856 and 1863.
 

Charles William Collishaw

Labeled Bottle For Eucalyptus Oil    
 
Charles William Collishaw takes over from Robert Perkin and is first listed in 1933 and again in 1937 as a Dispensing Chemist and Pharmacist and Wine, Spirit, Ale Merchant.
 

Charles John Howard & Phillip Howard

Salt Glazed Flagon Impressed "C. I. Howard Hingham" Salt Glazed Porter Bottle Impressed "R. Coe Hingham"
Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Philip Howard Wine & Spirit Merchant Hingham" Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Phillip Howard Wine & Spirit Merchant Hingham"
Auction listing for Philip Howard in 1896    
 
Charles John Howard is listed from 1822 until 1839 as a wine and spirit and hop merchant. By 1845 Phillip Howard had taken over as a wine spirit merchant and hop and porter merchant. Briefly in 1850 Howard and Turner are listed but from 1854 until 1888 Phillip Howard is listed in the Market Place.
 

Thomas & Robert Kingaby

Two Tone Ginger Beer Transfer Printed With "R. Kingaby Hingham" Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Embossed "Kingaby Hingham"
Death Notice in London Gazette Mentioning Robert Kingaby    
 
Thomas Kingaby is first listed as a Ginger Beer manufacturer in 1888 but by 1892 Robert Kingaby was listed as Ginger beer manufacturer and Post master. Robert Kingaby continued to be listed up until 1916.
 

Robert J. Perkin

Labeled Bottle For Eucalyptus Oil    
 
Robert Perkin took over from Peter Cheyne between 1925 and 1929In 1929 he is listes as a Wine, Spirit and Ale Merchant and Ironmonger in 1932 he is just listed as a chemist in Bond St. By 1933 had been taken over by Charles William Collishaw.
 

Lacey Andrew Vincent & Charles Vincent

10 & 6oz Niagara Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "Vincent Hingham" 6oz Codd Bottles Embossed "Vincent Aerated Waters Hingham"
10oz Codd Bottle Embossed "Vincent Aerated Waters Hingham" Glass Ginger Beer Bottle
 
Lacey Andrew Vincent was first listed as a chemist and druggist in Hingham from 1877 until 1892 also in 1892 Charles Vincent is listed as a mineral water manufacturer which is his only entry.
 

North Norfolk Bottles 2015