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RED LION STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE ? CLOSED 1907
COLTISHALL BREWERY to 1841
REEPHAM BREWERY to 1878
BULLARDS to closure 1907
Licensees :
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JAMES LOVICK
(Given at BUCK in 1794)
1791
JOHN SECKER 1795
PETER DURRANT 1821
JOHN PUNCHER 1822 - 1830
BENJAMIN BRETT 1836
JOHN HOPKINS 1839
DICK FEEK
& horse breaker
age 35 in 1841
1841 - 1846
WILLIAM PURDY / PURDAY
age 53 in 1851
1850 -  1851
ROBERT RUST 1853
ROBERT COSSER 1854
HENRY WILLIAMSON 1856
JOHN WATSON
age 31 in 1861
1861 - 1863
SAMUEL POLL 1864 - 1865
MATTHEW BAYFIELD 1868 - 1869
WILLIAM POLL
age 42 in 1871
(Died Q3 1900)
1871 - 1896
ADELINE POLL
age 60 in census taken 31/03/1901
1901
WILLIAM JOINER 1904 - closure 1907


Mrs Ann Durrant, wife of Peter Durrant, died Monday 11th June 1821 - age 48.
Mr. William Durrant died Monday 8th July 1822. He was 21 years old and the son of Mr. P. Durrant, late of the Bull Inn.

 

In 1830 carrier BAXTER left every Tuesday morning for Norwich.

Lot No 93, sold by COLTISHALL Brewery 14-17th September 1841.

Lot No 14 in sale of REEPHAM Brewery estate, 8th June 1878.
Then let to William Poll at an annual rent of £15.00.
The property contained : Tap Room, Private Parlour, Good Bar and Parlour, Large Pantry, Covered Gateway with Two Good Rooms to right of same. Six Bedrooms and Attic.
In the Rear a Boarded Skittle Ground, Wash House and Several Stables, Loose Boxes and Lodges.
Extending down is the Yard and Beyond is a Large Garden opening to a Back Road :
Copyhold to the Manor of Aylsham Lancaster.
Conveyed 26th November 1878 from REEPHAM Brewery to Henry BULLARD & John BOYCE.

At the 1906 Licensing Sessions (06.02.1906) Superintendent Palmer reported that of the 55 Public Houses, 14 Beerhouses and 1 Off-beer licence, plus 6 Grocers Licences in the District, all houses had been well conducted EXCEPT the BULL.

The Freehold property was Referred for Compensation 14.08.1907, under the Act of 1904