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PUNCH BOWL BEETLEY Index
FAKENHAM ROAD LAUNDITCH HUNDRED FULL LICENCE
but given as Beer Retail Only 1937
CLOSED 1958/9
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH REGISTER PS 12/5/1 to PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 to 1975)
DANIEL REEVE Leased to John Patteson to at least 1813.
Sold by the executors of Daniel Reeve to Samuel Bidwell 01.03.1822 for £440
BIDWELLS DEREHAM BREWERY -
Sold by Shelford Bidwell & Others to Thomas Bidwell (As documented 02.03.1891)
Purchased 01.04.1905 by E C Quilter who carried on trading as Bidwells.
BULLARDS From January 1925 to closure
Licensees :
JOHN COOK here 1813 to 1815
WILLIAM BOUGHTON 31.03.1815 - 1836
WILLIAM TOPLAR
( Topler 1841 - age 30 )
& blacksmith
1839 - 1846
RICHARD COE
age 40 in 1851
& gardener
( Died Q1 1887 - age 80 )
1851 - 1875
JOHN CROWN
( Died Q3 1889 - age 65 ? )
1877 - 1888
ALFRED ANDERSON
& shoemaker
age 40 in 1891
1890 - 1896
ROBERT BARKER
age 50 in 1911
1900 to 1921
CYRIL SABIN 07.01.1921
JAMES RUSH
( Died Q2 1948 - age 75 )
07.07.1922
ALICE RUSH 21.05.1948
DOROTHY MAY MOORE 07.03.1952
DOROTHY MAY FREEZER 09.10.1954 to closure

It appears that Dorothy Freezer may have subsequently transferred to the New Inn - To be confirmed.

The Punch Bowl
c1918


Daniel Reeve purchased a property on this site in January 1774. Redeveloped by 1795 as the ADAM & EVE.

Offered for sale by Auction on 16th June 1813.
Then called the Punch Bowl and tenanted by John Cook as undertenant to John Patteson Esq.


In 1815 it was referenced as being lately called the Adam & Eve and now under the sign of the Punch Bowl.
A yearly rent of £23 had been paid since 1801.

The house is recorded in the Licensing Registers as holding a full licence. It appears however that the house only ever operated as a beerhouse.


Licence NOT Applied for at Sessions 06.02.1959