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George Gayford Baker Coffee Rooms Fitt & Parke
Henry Lawrance & Sons Mark Hugh Legg Henry Seago
John Silcock & Son    
     

George Gayford Baker

Stoneware Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "G.G. Baker Stalham" In Belt Buckle Design    
 
George Gayford Baker was being listed in the Coffee and Dining rooms at Stalham in 1896 and in the same year as a ginger beer maker, boot and shoe dealer & Apartments High St. Stalham
 

Coffee Rooms

All White Ginger Beer Impressed "Coffee Rooms Stalham"    
 
1888 to1892 Thomas Seago listed as being in the coffee rooms at Stalham and George Baker in 1896.
 

Fitt & Parke

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Fitt & Parke Ironmongers Stalham"    
 
Henry Fitt took over the business of John Silcock and is listed as a Ironmonger and Wine and Spirit Merchant from 1875. He Was joined by Parke in the 1879 directory and listed as Fitt & Parke Ironmongers Agricultural and Horticultural Implement Manufacturers, Iron & Brass Founders & Oil & Colour Merchants. Henry Fitt (Late John Silcock) Wine Spirit Ale & Porter Merchant. This was the only entry for Fitt & Parke.Henry Fitt is listed as a Ironmonger and Wine Merchant inn 1883 but this is his last listing.
 

Henry Lawrance & Sons

Dumpy Inverted Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Lawrance & Sons Estd. 50 Years Gold Medal Awarded 1896 Gold Medal Awarded 1902 Screws Charged For If Not Returned In Bottle Yarmouth & Stalham" With Skey Tamworth Pottery Mark Dumpy Inverted Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Lawrance & Sons Est 50 Years Gold Medal Awarded 1896 Gold Medal Awarded 1902 Screws Charged For If Not Returned In Bottle Yarmouth & Stalham"
 
H. Lawrance & Sons had a depot at Stalham from 1908 to 1922 with Ernest Lynes as agent in 1908 and then Frederick Lynes in 1916 and 1922.
 

Mark Hugh Legg

10 & 6oz Hamilton Bottles Embossed "M.H. Legg Stalham"    
 
Mark Hugh Legg was listed as being in the "Railway Hotel" Stalham from 1888 to 1922.
 

Henry Seago

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed" Seago Stalham" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "H. Seago Stalham" in a Belt Buckle Design.
 
Henry Seago was listed as a pork butcher in Stalham from 1888 until 1900 when it became Henry Seago & Son until 1916.
 

John Silcock & Son

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed Around Lip "I. Silcock" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "John Silcock & Son Wine & Spirit Merchants Stalham"
London Gazette Notice With Boardman Charles Silcock leaving The Company.    
 
The first entry I have for John Silcock is in 1836 as a Wine and Spirit Merchant and Iron Merchant. He continues to be listed on his own until 1858 when he is joined by his son Edward. At some point between 1858 and 1861 his other son joins and leaves the business. John Silcock and Son continue to be listed as Wine and Spirit Merchants in Stalham High Street until there last listing in 1877.
 

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