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1 THEATRE STREET MITFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
BULLARDS    
WATNEY MANN 04.04.1967
CHEF & BREWER November 1974
ENTERPRISE INNS by 2009
.. 2012
Licensees :
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WILLIAM TAYLOR
Died Saturday 18th June 1831 - age 60
1794 - 1831
WILLIAM SCALES 1835 - 1836
GRIGSON GRANT
age 42 in 1841
1839 - 1841
JOHN STOREY
& horse breaker
1844 - 1845
FRANCIS HOPKIN 1846
FREDERICK COOPER by Nov 1847 - 
1850
WILLIAM COOPER (65) 1851
LEONARD TILLOTT 1854
JOHN TUCK
age 61 in 1861
1856 - 1867
MAHERSHALALHASHBAZ TUCK
& pig market
age 32 in 1871
(died 1893 - age 54)
25.01.1867 - 1893
ERNEST JOHN TUCK
age 28 in 1901
by 1896 to 1943
BENJAMIN FRED BIRD 12.02.1943
THOMAS LESLIE JAMES WRIGHT 12.03.1943
REGINALD ALFRED BROWN 05.01.1951
DOUGLAS BROWN MAJORY 11.10.1963
ALBERT JAMES ENGLISH 08.07.1966
DOUGLAS OTTOWAY TURNER 18.11.1966
to October 1985
..
MARK PERRY manager February 2010
to closure
04.01.2011
Closed January 2011 to 14th December 2012
SARAH GODSOE &
MORGANA HALE
(Sisters)
December 2012
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January 1996

Offered for sale 18th April 1812, as an old accustomed public house (at which the weekly pig-market is continuously held), with suitable outhouses. yard and gardens and the close of land adjoining, containing about two acres.


For Sale by Auction Friday 26th September 1834 with possession from Michaelmas (29th September).


Address as Pig Market in 1839.

In 1830 carrier Fairweather called every Thursday at 10:00am on way from Norwich to Swaffham.

Emily Wren (21) and her sister Maria (17) customers at the Cherry Tree, were accused of stealing £3 16s from Land Transport Corps member J. Burke. On July 31st 1856, Mr. Burke, who was staying at the Half Moon, had visited the Cherry Tree and sat drinking with the girls until midnight. The two girls took him across fields to a stack where they lay down and he fell asleep. When he awoke the girls were gone and he could not account for his money. Several witnesses proved that he had spent freely in the public house and the girls were acquitted.

Mr. Tuck appears in the census of 1871 to 1891 as Maker Tuck.

The Foresters Friendly Society met here in the 1880's.

 

Closed for trading Tuesday 4th January 2011.
Re-opened Friday 14th December 2012