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NEW STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 14.03.1966
SOUTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 2/5/1 & PS 2/5/2 ( 3 Feb 1925 to 1975 )
MORGANS  
BULLARDS 1st October 1961
Licensees :
MATTHEW AUSTIN
age 49 in 1851
butcher & farm 106 acres
* 1836 - * 1858
Mrs MARY ANN AUSTIN
age 57 in 1861 & farmer 104 acres.
& farmer 27 acres 1881
& butcher
1861 - 1883
Miss SARAH AUSTIN
age 58 in 1891
1883 - 1900
JANE E BUSH
age 31
1901
WILLIAM AUSTIN 1904
DANIEL JOHN WATTS 1908 - 1915
FREDERICK GEORGE HUTTON 1916 to 1931
JOHN ALLEN 10.02.1931
ALBERT VICTOR ARMES 06.10.1931
ALFRED ERNEST HENRY LEE 09.06.1936
FREDERICK MATTHEWS 10.11.1936
Fine £2 for Selling out of hours - 15.02.1938
CLIFFORD ALEXANDER PENTON 06.06.1939
WILLIAM HENRY BACON 23.06.1942
ALBERT LESTER GOREHAM 05.10.1948
JOHN ROGERS 23.05.1950
WILLIAM A ROGERS 22.12.1953
MAURICE VOUT 14.02.1956
CLIFFORD H JAMES 10.02.1959
STANLEY GERALD BURGESS 08.09.1959


Most likely the un-named house offered as Lot No. 3 in a Sale by Auction Monday 23rd May 1859 of 7 Lots in Cawston and Hevingham, the property of the late Mr. Matthew Austin.
Described as a New and substantially built, Public House containing two parlours, kitchen, back kitchen and offices, long room, four sleeping-rooms and attic, with butcher's shop, slaughter-house, stables, outbuildings, garden, &c., containing 0A.1R.20P.

Recorded 1870 as the NEW INN now the LAMB 

Morgans sale 1960 -
66 barrels of beer.
32 Spirits


Closure of EITHER the BELL or the LAMB agreed at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962.
Sales for the LAMB given as 71 barrels of beer.
The tenant was said to be 40/45 years of age and to have been at the house for 3 years.

Licence Register states closed
23rd March 1966 - To be sold de-licensed.
Bullards records give the date as 14th March 1966.

Licence not to be renewed February 1967