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ANCHOR OF HOPE DITCHINGHAM Index
WADES CORNER
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LODDON HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED c1908 ?
EARSHAM BREWERY as recorded 1868
BULLARDS   
Licensees :
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WILLIAM STOWARDS
Butcher 1856 & 1858 - beer not mentioned
(Died Q41895 - Age 81)
*1856 - 1867
JOHN ROPE *1868
WILLIAM LAWS
(also as Lawes)
(Died Q2 1885 - age 68)
*1869 - *1879
JAMES PIPE
Died Q2 1884 - age 45
1881 - 1884
Mrs ANN LAWS 1884 - 1888
ALFRED THACKER
Age 33 in 1891
1890 - 1892
GEORGE JAMES BETTS *1896 - *1908
ARTHUR LAWS 1909
ARTHUR WILLIAM LAWS 1915



House situated 118 yards away from Duke of York, near to maltings.

For Let August 1868 - the HOPE & ANCHOR - A roadside Beer-house doing good trade, with good Stable Room and Meadow, suitable for a Dealer. Possession at Michaelmas next. (29th September)

HOPE & ANCHOR in 1871 census.


Licence referred at Licensing Sessions 1908 since, according to magistrates - `Ditchingham has one public house too many.'


Licence refused at Compensation Authority meetings of 21st and 23rd June 1909. Reported as a beerhouse, owned by George James Betts and run by licensee Arthur Laws.

Described as Leasehold property referred for compensation 11.10.1910 in Bullards records.

1911 census gives George Betts as in occupation, age 46, and property is described as `Formerly Public House'.

Arthur Laws is in occupation according to the 1915 Register of Electors.