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probable that licenses were granted. In the year 1696 Mr. John Hall was licensed to keep a public house, and in the years 1censed to keep a public house. Again in the year 1700, Mr. John Hall was licensed to keep a public house. The year 1700 wascensees were known as innholders. In the year 1701 Mr. John Hall, senior, was licensed as an innholder. It is assumed that the John Hall licensed in the years 1696 and 1700 was Mr. Hall, senior. Mr. Hall died in October, 1701, and from the year 1Mr. Hall died in October, 1701, and from the year 1702 to 1706, both inclusive, Mr. John Hall (son of John Hall, senior), was granted an innholder's license. In the year 1703Mr. John Hall (son of John Hall, senior), was granted an innholder's license. In the year 1703 Mr. Richard Rookes was also licensed as an innholder. Mr. Rookes was at this time owner of part of the brick mansion house e it seems probable, is by no means conclusive, for Mr. John Hall, senior, lived on what is now the corner of High and Allsto his son, probably lived in his father's house, and Mr. John Hall, junior, lived on the Woburn road, on or near the spot wher