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MITFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED c1907
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
Exors. of G. H. WIGG Leased to COOPER BROWN.
Licensees :
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THOMAS RIX 1794
NICHOLAS WALTON 1796
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JOHN MANN 1826
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JAMES GRIMDERE 1830
SAMUEL EMMS
(senior ? - see Jolly Farmers)
1836
JOHN BRETT
age 50
(Mrs Brett died Monday 3rd April 1841)
1841
SAMUEL EMMS
age 34 in 1851
1845 - 1851
JOHN KEELER
& farmer
age 48 in 1861
*1856 - *1888
Friday 21st April 1854 - Fine of 22s and 18s costs for having house open for the sale of beer at 11:50 am on Sunday 2nd April.
(Apparently a second offence)
Friday 26th September 1855 - Fine of 5s and 11s costs for being drunk on 14th September.
Friday 10th October 1856 - Fine of £1 and 13s costs for having house open during the hours of divine service.
Fine of 5s and 17s 6d costs on Friday 22nd September 1865 for an assault on farmer Robert Peach
Friday 13th March 1874 - Fine of £2 and 12s costs for selling at illegal hours on the morning of Sunday 22nd February.
ROBERT BETTS
age 51 in 1891
*1890 -  1901
Fine of £2 and costs Friday 5th September 1890 - see opposite.
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As the BALL 1794, 1796 & 1830

Offered for sale as the BALL May 1826, then in the occupation of John Mann.

Offered To Let September 1839, including Four Acres of excellent Land.

For sale March 1843, licensed for the sale of beer, with barn, stable and other outbuildings and about four acres of land, abutting on the London Road, within one mile of East Dereham Market-place.

For sale by Auction Friday 29th June 1846, unless sold previously by private contract. With four acres of arable and pasture land attached. ln occupation of a respectable year to year tenant.
Occupation from Michalmas.

GREEN BALL in 1851 census.

On 5th September 1890, Robert Betts admitted that his house had been open on Monday 17th August at illegal hours with persons within, but said that no beer had been sold. He claimed that a man named William Cross had come in to get some milk and another man named John Mann had come for eggs.
Betts was fined £2 and costs.
Mann was fined 5/- and 8/3d costs.
Cross, who did not appear, was fined 5/- and 9/9d costs.

Objection to the renewal of licence was made on Friday 16th February 1906.

Referred to Compensation 2nd March1906

Licence extinct 25.01.1908