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YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN   
Licensees :
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WILLIAM CHAPMAN 1845
JAMES CHAPMAN 1846
FREDERICK HEAD 1850
JOHN COLCHESTER
age 35 in 1851
1851 - 1854
ROBERT BALDWIN
& dealer
by November 1857  - 1864
Wednesday 24th February 1864 - Fines totalling £7 11s 6d. See opposite.
JOHN BECKHAM to 1867
HENRY STERN / STEARN 13.11.1867 - 1877
Mrs ELIZABETH STEARN 1879 - 1881
WILLIAM WERTHER FULCHER
& coachbuilder
1883 - 1888
JAMES MIDDLETON 1890
EDWIN CRICK
& miller
Died Q3 1900 - age 54
1891 - 1900
Mrs CLARA CRICK 1900 - 1908
FREDERICK GIPSON 1912 - 1925
CHRISTINE GIPSON undated
ERNEST ORFORD
(probably manager since not in licence register)
1929 - 1937
ARTHUR HORACE BLOOMFIELD by 1958
FREDERICK HERBERT GIPSON 05.05.1960
ROY HERBERT BLOGG undated
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Formerly the THREE TUNS according to a conveyance dated October 1877.

Before the magistrates on Wednesday 24th February 1864, Robert Baldwin was charged by Sergeant Boutell of permitting gaming in his house on 11rth February.
Solomon Lines, cattle dealer and George Easto, labourer, both of Diss had been observed playing `Twizzle' for money and drink. Found guilty, a fine of £5 with £1 14s 6d costs was imposed. Upon agreeing to pay costs of 17s, charges of a similar nature for allowing the game to be played again on the following day, were withdrawn.

On Wednesday 20th February 1867, Joseph Johnson was charged with wilfully and maliciously breaking a quart mug, value six pence, the property of Mr. John Beckham, White Hart Inn. Fined £2 with costs of 15s and 6d for damage.

For Sale by Auction Friday 23rd August 1867 including about Two Acres of Land and a Plot of Valuable Building Land situated on the Victoria Road containing 1r. 35p.

Licence not renewed at the Diss Brewster Sessions held Tuesday 14th February 1906. Future of the licence to be determined at the Adjourned licensing Meeting to be held on Tuesday 6th March 1906.

At the adjourned meeting held Wednesday 14th March 1906 It was heard that the objection to licence renewal had been due to the house having a back approach from another road. This was being remedied with alterations to the house and the erection of a high fence.
The Bench having no other complaints against the house, the licence was renewed.

Became the WHITE ELEPHANT in 1980's