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ELIJAH EYRES For sale by auction 22nd July 1878
MORGANS?  
Licensees :
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EDWARD WALES & butcher * 1839
ADAM WALES
& butcher
age 60 in 1851
( Adam Walls 1847 )
1845 - 1861
Mrs MARIA WALES
& butcher
1863 - 1865
FREDERICK ANDREWS BENNELL
Bankrupt as report in Norfolk Chronicle 26th June 1869
( Name appears as Bennett in 1869 report )
1869
JOHN STARLING * 1871 - 1872
HENRY GRANGER 1875
THOMAS W BYWATERS 1877
CHARLES CLARKE
& labourer
1879 - 1881
THOMAS JENNINGS
(See Albert Victor)
1883


Conveyed 21st January 1851, along with premises in Market Street with Dury Lane, between Thomas Mugridge, Adam Wales and Elijah Eyre.

On August 21st 1869 it was heard that Frederick A. Bennell had been bankrupted owing some £130. The sale of his property had realised £50 and £10 of debt was due to him. There would therefore be a dividend to the creditors of 6 or 7s in the pound.
Messrs, Eyres and Co. said that some of the assets such, as stock in trade, that had been returned by the bankrupt, were never in fact owned by him and they sought the return of goods or full compensation.
It was then said that Mr. Bennell had since married Miss Wales who kept the DUN COW at Castle Acre ( same house ) and His Honour advised that upon the marriage, the bankrupt's wife's property passed to him. However the goods were in his possession at the time of his bankruptcy and whether or not he had paid for them, they had passed to the Registrar of the Court and Messrs. Eyres and Co would have to accept the dividend.


Appears to have been renamed the ALBERT VICTOR by 1885.

Thomas Jennings is given as licensee at the DUN COW in 1883 and at the ALBERT VICTOR in 1888.