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TOWNHOUSE ROAD FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE 01603 742755
Transferred at some time after 1903 from the Wymondham Licence register.
FREE TRADE As given 1844, then in occupation of Mr. MARK WRIGHT
TAVERHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 9/8/3 (1903 - 1957)
BULLARDS Copyhold owned by Finch & Steward as recorded 1837/1851 documentation
WATNEY MANN   
NORWICH BREWERY   
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GREENE KING  
Licensees :
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????? 1778
FRANCIS PITTETT (?) 1794
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JOHN MILLER
(Died Q2 1841 ?)
1836
JOHN CLARKE
age 40 in 1841
1841
MARK WRIGHT 1844
JOHN CLARKE 1845
CHARLES TAYLOR 1846
JOHN CLARKE
(Died Q4 1849 ?)
1850
THOMAS CLARKE
age 43 in 1851
1851 - 1854
JOHN TAYLOR
(From Bullards business records  - a John Taylor also running the Bush at this time - a Steward & Patteson house)
06.04.1854
Mrs TAYLOR
(according to Melville)
1856
THOMAS CLARKE
(according to Craven)
1856
DAVID WIGHTON 1858
CHARLES BANHAM
Died Q2 1867 - age 31
06.04.1860 - 1867
Mrs HELEN BANHAM
(Married James Yallop Q1 1869)
1868
JAMES YALLOP
& ornithologist
age 42 in 1881
1869 - 1883
CHARLES COLE 1883 - 1888
JAMES BANHAM junior
age 31 in 1891
1890 - 1892
JAMES JOHNSON 1896 - 1900
HENRY PLEASANT
age 33
1901
ALBERT TURNER 1904
JOHN WILLIAM TUSTAIN 1908
SIDNEY SEARLES
age 35 in 1911
1911 - 1912
ALFRED CHARLES HOGG
Died Q1 1920
1916
MARY CATHERINE HOGG by 1922
FREDERICK CHARLES HOGG 04.02.1922
WILLIAM GEORGE TOOKE 07.06.1924
DOUGLAS ARTHUR OLIVER BAKER 18.10.1930
RICHARD BUTLER 08.08.1931
ERNEST EDWIN FENWICK 03.08.1935
FREDERICK WILLIAM COPLEY 05.10.1946
.......... TURNBULL c1963
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SUSAN & DAVID WYNNE 2001 - 2002
SARAH VOYSEY & DANIEL PERRY 04.08.2010
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The WHITE HART - Costessey
c1916

Visited in May 1778 by Parson Woodforde in order to meet a woman who had served 21 years as a man, in the army.

The BUCK 1794

For Sale by Auction Thursday 27th June 1844.
At the entrance to the pleasant and populous Village and consisting of a spacious Drinking-room with boarded floor, convenient Bar and Closets, very large Club-room, Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Brew-house, large front and back Yards with capital brick built and tiled Stable and Hay-loft, brick and tiled Warehouse and Malt chamber, large covered-in Ten Pin Ground, fitted with Benches, Pump of good Water and requisite Offices.
The greater part of the Premises being built only a few years since and in complete and excellent repair.

Rebuilt 1931

No change recommended at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29.05.1962.
Sales given as 255 barrels

Closed during 1999.


Advertised as THE HARTE AT COSTESSEY from reopening 09.03.2000