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FALCON COSTESSEY Index
THE STREET FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 17.10.1966
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
Transferred at some time after 1903 from the Wymondham Licence register.
TAVERHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 9/8/3 (1903 - 1957)
MORGANS From 1918 when purchased for £1,325
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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ROBERT WILKERSON 1794
-  
James Hudson
(Stafford Arms) See opposite
1836
JAMES HUDSON
age 64 in 1851
& brewer
Died Q4 1867 - age 81
1845 - 1865
JOHN LAWS
age 44 in 1881
1868 - 1883
JOHN LYONS
age 49 in 1901
1883 - 1911
PRHA Ltd 1912 & 1916
JULIA MALONE by 1919
JAMES MELTON 27.03.1920 - 1933
ALFRED ERNEST LEE
(Died Q3 1940 - age 76)
undated
NORMAN GIBBS 04.01.1936
PERCY HARVEY 06.02.1937
LEO WYATT 15.04.1939
BEATRICE WYATT 14.09.1940
FREDERICK BANNISTER 03.03.1945
LESLIE SHEPPARD 1806.1949
MICHAEL JOHN HUBBARD 02.02.1952
ARTHUR ROBERT DACK 19.07.1956
Fine £2 plus £5/5/- costs imposed 12.07.1952 for selling out of hours.
........... TURNBULL c1965

The FALCON - Costessey
c1910

Mentioned in Parson Woodfordes diary 1792,
when he stopped on his way home and paid fourpence for
`a Tankard of Porter to wash down the dust '.

The STAFFORD ARMS in 1836.
(Costessey Hall was the residence of Lord Stafford)

Had a Bowling Green

Owned by the PEOPLES REFRESHMENT HOUSE ASSOCIATION Ltd. as given 1912 & 1916.

Morgans sales 1960 were :-
85 barrels of beer
& 16 spirits.

Closure recommended at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P, 29.05.1962.
Sales reported to committee as 80 barrels.