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BURNHAM WESTGATE
BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE
6 day only
CLOSED 11.03.1965
SMITHDON, DOCKING & BROTHERCROSS LICENCE REGISTER PS 13/4/1 (1949 to 1965)
BULLARDS   
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HABBERTON
age 70 in 1851
& saddler
( William Habberton & Son -
Saddlers & harness makers 1858 )
Died Q3 1860
1830 - 1860
BENJAMIN HENRY HABBERTON
& saddle & harness maker
age 35 in 1861
Died Q4 1895, age 70
1861 - 1892
JOSEPH DAVID BEVERLEY 1896
FRANK WILSON
( Running this house as well as the Victoria, where he was living )
1900 - 1904
GEORGE BARKER
Age 38 in 1911
1908 - 1922
REGINALD V MOORHOUSE 1925
ARTHUR CROWE 1926 - 1929
SYDNEY LINCOLN 1933
DAVID ALBERT COOK 1937
PHILIP LEONARD HOWARD by 1949
STEFAN DEMBICKI 16.06.1952
RONALD SIDNEY GEORGE EMMERSON 24.11.1958


as WILD HORSE 1856 - 1863  and 1865 to 1904 and 1929.

as  RAMPANT HORSE 1885/6

Offered for sale by auction Wednesday 30th July 1851, along with adjoining Butcher's Shop, and Two Cottages. sale by order of the Executors of the late Mrs. Manning.


Trading ceased 10.03.1965 according to letter from Bullards dated 17.03.1965, with notification that the house was to be sold delicensed.

Note:-
The 1863 Harrod directory gives Benjamin Habberton at the WILD HORSE.
The same directory gives William Allen, beer retailer, boot & shoe maker, at the BLACK HORSE, Burnham Market, but in previous years, this gentleman is at the Black Horse, Sprowston.