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BEETLEY LAUNDITCH HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 28.02.1962
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH REGISTER PS 12/5/1 to PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS Freehold sold by Y,C&Y Partnership to Y,C&Y Company for completion 01.02.1898
BULLARDS Licence not applied for 8th February 1963
Licensees :
WILLIAM WARD
age 50 in 1841
 1839 - *1845
WILLIAM GAGE
age 63 in 1851
*1846  - *1856
JOHN CROWN
(at Punch Bowl from 1877)
*1858 - 1877
ALFRED ANDERSON
& shoemaker
age 30 in 1881
(Went to Punch Bowl)
1879 - *1888
ROBERT WILLIMOTT
(Willimot 1897)
age 42 in 1891
& bricklayer
1891 - 1897
GEORGE BENJAMIN JARRETT
age 49 in 1901
& roadman
1900 to 1909
WILLIAM WATTS
age 67 in 1911
(Died Q3 1921 - age 77)
15.10.1909
Fine 6/- plus 4/- costs, or 7 day detention for suffering gaming 12.01.1912
Convicted 19.01.1912 of allowing nine-pins to be played for beer. Unspecified fine plus 10/- costs.
WILLIAM JAMES GEORGE POWLEY 11.04.1919
to closure

Beetley Gravel Pit House - Thanks to Frank Shaw
c1960

Offered for sale by Auction 19th August 1842.
Drawing 40 to 60 Barrels of Ale and Porter in the year; consisting of a Dwelling-house, Cellar, stable, and large Garden. Copyhold Estate.

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At the magistrates hearing of Friday 19th January 1912 it was heard that Police Constable Baker had witnessed the playing of nine-pins, with beer as the prize on 30th December. Mr. Watts was represented by his wife, who pleaded guilty. This was exactly the same offence as had been committed at the nearby NEW INN and so the fine was the same. The Chairman said that should the offence be repeated then the fine would be much heavier.

As GRAVEL PIT, Dereham in 1937 Kelly's

Licence not applied for 08.02.1963