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William Allen Charles Thomas Baker William Custance Baker
Henry Beresford John Clark Edwin Carter Cooper
Bernard Ivan Craske Feathers Hotel Stephen Leeds Gooch
Horace Heywood Alfred Lee Edwin Richards Parfitt
Thomas Parke William Parke Patterson
John Mason Proudfoot Benjamin Pulleyne  
     

William Allen

Stoneware Porter Bottle Impressed "W. Allen Holt" 1835 Bankruptcy Notice for William Allen.
 
William Allen listed in Holt in 1830 as Auctioneer, Chemist & Druggist & Grocer Draper & Haberdasher. Filed for Bankruptcy in 1835 as Grocer, London Porter Dealer, Dealer & Chapman.
 

Charles Thomas Baker

Footwarmer Printed "C.T. Baker, Ld Holt & Sheringham" Footwarmer Printed "C.T. Baker, Ld Holt & Sheringham"
Doulton Thermette Footwarmer Printed "C.T. Baker Ltd Holt & Sheringham" C.T. Baker Advertisement
C.T. Baker Advertisement C.T. Baker Advertisement
 
From 1822 until 1839 John Baker is listed at Market Place Holt as an Ironmonger. In 1845 John & Charles Baker are listed as Ironmongers, Merchants, Braziers & Oilmen, this continues up until 1858 when they are both still listed but Charles has also become a Brewer at a different address. In 1863 Charles Baker is listed on his own as an Ironmonger and Brewer. In 1875 Charles is joined by his son to form Charles Baker and Son still listed as Ironmongers and Charles on his own as a Brewer. By 1879 the Ironmongers business was in the hands of Charles Thomas Baker and the William Custance Baker was listed as Brewer. Charles Thomas Baker continues to be listed until 1900 and in 1904 the business becomes a limited company. C T Baker Ltd continue to be listed as Wholesale and Retail Ironmongers at Market Place and Norwich Road up until 1932. However this company still exist in Holt today. The company also had branches at Fakenham and Sheringham.
 

William Custance Baker

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "William C. Baker Brewer & Spirit Merchant Holt" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "W.C. Baker Brewer & Spirit Merchant Holt"
 
Charles Baker was listed as a brewer at the Market Place in Holt from 1858 until 1877 when the company became Charles Baker & Son the following directory names William Custance Baker in charge of the business. The last entry W. C. Baker was mentioned was in 1888.
 

Henry Beresford

10oz Standard Codd Bottle Embossed "Henry Beresford Holt" Notice from Edwin carter Cooper Stating Alfred Lee is no longer taking money for him but henry Beresford Is. 1890
 
Henry Beresford listed in the 1891 census as a traveller in the wine and spirit trade and in the 1901 census as a mineral water carter.
 

John Clark

1 Pint Slipglazed Porter Impressed "J. Clark Holt" Saltglazed Half Pint Porter Impressed "J C H"
1 Pint Slipglazed Porter Bottle Impressed "I C H" & "H I C" Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "I Clark Holt"
Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "I Clark Holt" Gazette Notice Mentioning John Clark
William Parke Advert Stating Successor To John Clarke Nespaper notice from 1859 stating William Parke is the successor to John Clark
 
Listed from 1830 until 1858 as a wine and spirit merchant and porter dealer at High Street, Holt. The business was taken over by William Parke.
 

Edwin Carter Cooper

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Edwin C. Cooper Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E. C. Cooper Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Edwin C Cooper Holt" All White Champagne Impressed Ginger Beer "E.C. Cooper Holt"
Porter Bottle Impressed "E.C. Cooper Holt" Two Tone Doulton Made Ginger Beer With Sepia Print "Cooper's Brewed Ginger Beer Holt Established 1872"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Impressed "E.C. Cooper Holt" Acme Reliance Patent Codd Bottles 10oz Embossed "E.C. Cooper Trade ECC Mark Holt" 6oz Embossed "Edwin C. Cooper ECC Trade Mark Holt"
10oz Chapman's Patent Embossed "Edwin C. Cooper Trade ECC Mark Holt" Codd Bottles 10oz Embossed "E.C. Cooper Trade ECC Mark Holt" 6oz Embossed "Edwin C. Cooper ECC Trade Mark Holt"
10 & 6oz Lamont's Patent Bottles Embossed "Edwin C. Cooper Trade ECC Mark Holt" Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Embossed "E.C. Cooper Mineral Waters Holt"
Imperial Half Pint Beer Embossed "Cooper Holt" Glass Spirit Bottle Embossed "Edwin C Cooper Holt 1879"
Pint Beer Embossed "Cooper Holt" Breffit Patent Beer Bottles Embossed "Edwin C. Cooper Holt"
Small Hamilton Bottle Embossed "Cooper Holt" Flat Bottomed Cylinder Embossed "E C Cooper Holt 1872 Registered Trade Mark"
Large Hamilton Showcard
Death Notice For Edwin Coopers Father Edwin Cooper Billhead
Cooper Advert from 1874 Cooper Advert
Cooper Advert from 1872 Cooper Advert from 1873
Cooper Advert from 1875 Cooper Advert from 1872
Cooper Advert from 1874 Cooper Advert from 1874
Cooper Advert from 1882 Cooper Advert from 1880
Cooper Advert from 1890 Cooper Advert from 1890
Cooper Advert from 1876 Cooper Advert from 1875
Cooper Advert from 1896 Cooper Advert from 1896
 

 Established in 1872 Edwin Carter Cooper was listed at High St. Holt as predominantly a wine and spirit merchant and soda water manufacturer up until 1883 where he was also listed as being at East Dereham. By 1892 he was trading from Holt and Lower Sheringham as a soda water manufacturer and in 1900 he had moved to Cromer Rd. Holt and by 1916 he had moved to Tower St. Holt.

 

Bernard Ivan Craske

Paper Labeled Chemist Bottles    
 
Samuel Craske is listed as a chemist and druggist at High Street Holt from 1839 until 1890. In 1892 Thomas Augustus Craske is listed. Thomas Continues the business until 1916 but by 1922 Bernard Ivan Craske is being listed. Bernard continues in business after 1937.
 

Feathers Hotel

Half Pint Black glass Beer Bottle Embossed "Feathers Hotel"    
 
Information Needed
 

Stephen Leeds Gooch

Paper labeled Chemist Bottle    
 
Stephen Leeds Gooch is first listed in 1892 where he is described as a chemist and druggist late Henry Barcham Market Place Holt. By 1900 he was also being listed as a wine merchant. He continues as a chemist after 1937.
 

Horace Heywood

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Heywood Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt" Horace Heywood Advertisement
 
Thomas Heywood was listed as a brewer and Maltster at Bull Street Holt from 1836 until 1854. In 1858 Horace Heywood was listed up until 1877, when the business was taken over by Edwin Richards Parfitt.
 

Alfred Lee

Hunts Patent Flagon Impressed "Alfred Lee Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Alfred Lee Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed Around The Shoulder "Lee Holt" Printed To Front Lee Best Brewed Ginger Beer High Street And New Street Holt" Glass Whiskey Flask Embossed "Lee Holt & Docking"
1 Pint & 2 Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "This Bottle Is The Property Of Alfred Lee Holt" 1 Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Lee Holt & Docking" The Bottle On The Left Has A Backwards N In Docking
Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Lee Holt" Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Lee Holt I"
1 & Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Lee Holt & Docking" 1 Pint Spirit Bottle Embossed "Lee High St Holt"
1 Pint Spirit Bottle Embossed "Alfred Lee Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt" Paper Labelled Gin Bottle
Two Tone Stoneware Flagon Impressed "Alfred Lee Holt And Docking" Alfred Lee Billhead
Liquidation Notice Partnership Separation Between Alfred Lee's Sons
Notice from Edwin carter Cooper Stating Alfred Lee is no longer taking money for him but henry Beresford Is. 1890    
 
Alfred lee was listed as a Wine & Spirit merchant from 1888 to 1933. In the 1901 census he was 46 and was listed as a wine, spirit and seed merchant. He had premises at High Street and New Street Holt and also his brother William had an outlet at Docking but used Alfred's Bottles.
 

Edwin Richards Parfitt

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E.R. Parfitt Brewer & Spirit Merchant Holt"    
 
Edwin Richards Parfitt was listed from 1879 -1883 as a wine and spirit merchant and brewer in Bull Street, Holt. It looks probable that he carried on the business of Horace Heywood. 
 

Thomas & William Parke

Half Pint Salt Glazed Porter Impressed "W. Parke Holt" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "W. Parke Wine Merchant Holt"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Thomas J. Parke Wine & Spirit Merchant Holt" Sale Notice For The Feathers Hotel By William Parke
London Gazette Notice Regarding William Parke's Estate Bankruptcy Notice For William Parke
William Parke Advert Stating Successor To John Clarke Nespaper notice from 1859 stating William Parke is the successor to John Clark
 
William Parke is listed in The "Feathers Hotel" from 1839 until 1875. By 1865 he had taken over the wine and spirit business of John Clark. In 1875 Parke and Son is listed in the directories but in 1879 & 1880 it was solely controlled by Thomas J. Parke, this was also the last directory entry.
 

Patterson

Paper labeled Chemist Bottle    
 
Information Needed
 

John Mason Proudfoot

1 Pint Slipglazed Porter Bottle Impressed "J P H" Ginger Beer Bottle
 
John Mason Proudfoot listed as a shopkeeper in Holt in 1836 a grocer and draper in 1846 and 1850 and a Ginger Beer manufacturer in 1868 at New St. Holt. 
 

Benjamin Pulleyne

1 Pint Slipglazed Porter Bottle Impressed "B. Pulleyne Holt"    
 
Benjamin Pulleyne was a vicar in Holt between 1830 - 1854 and was also at Sheringham 
 

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