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Quorn Dog Licence 1882

Issued on 9th January 1882 to Hepzibah Kinch, landlady of the King William IV public house. The issuing officer, Mr D Hack was a member of the Urban District Council and kept a shop on the corner of Stoop Lane and Station Road.

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 Submitted on: 2010-04-02
 Submitted by: Peter Long
 Artefact ID: 764
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