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MITFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1917
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 to 1975)
WRIGHT WIGG jnr According to Inclosure Award - Claim made 1812, result published 1815 (Wright Wigg jnr died 8th November 1855 - Son of Wright Wigg who owned the GREEN MAN and died 1830)
Exors. of GRIGSON HEYHOE WIGG Leased to COOPER BROWN ( G H WIGG inherited property from his father Wright Wigg jnr )
JOSEPH JAMES WRIGHT &
ARTHUR FAULKENER WRIGHT
of Dereham
Licensees :
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GODDARD WIGG
( Wife Susannah died of mouth cancer Thursday 8th June 1797 - age 64 )
1794 - 1797
WRIGHT WIGG 1812 - 1822
JOHN NICHOLSON
( married Elizabeth Wigg, daughter of Wright Wigg,
16th June 1827 )
Died 1830 and buried 12th May 1830 - age 41
1830
JONAS G WIGG 1836
WILLIAM SKERRITT
age 42 in 1851
1839 - 1854
FREDERICK COOPER
age 60 in 1861
1856 - 1869
JOHN ASKEW
& painter, plumber, glazier & paperhanger
age 46 in 1871 - 55 in 1881
1871 - 1883
Mrs SARAH ASKEW
& plumber & painter
1883
THOMAS BLYTH 1887
BARNARD SECKER 1888
PHILIP HORACE MACK
age 27 in 1891
1889 - 1896
GEORGE BUNTING
proprietor 1901
1900 - 1901
EDWARD JAMES HARROLD by 1901
Fine imposed 30.06.1905 of £1 plus 4/- costs for keeping open during prohibited hours.
THOMAS EDWARD MACK 18.05.1906
THOMAS HOWES 07.02.1908
RICHARD ROBINSON 22.05.1908
JOHN HARDINGHAM 16.10.1908
ARTHUR GEORGE KELTER 10.02.1911
ARTHUR GEORGE PELLS 10.01.1913
FREDERICK HEAD 16.05.1913



Shown on c1757 estate map.

Included malting offices according to 1815 Inclosure Award.

In 1830 carrier William Bereton called every Monday & Thursday on route to London, returning every Tuesday and Friday.

Address as Baxter Row 1830, 1836 & 1839.

The Green Man Friendly Society met here in the 1880's.
One rule of the Society precluded any soldier, sailor, bailiff or pensioner from being a member. The sick or infirm were also prevented from joining, as was anybody over the age of 30.
A further limiting rule of membership was that none could be admitted unless they had suffered from smallpox.

Referred to Compensation 02.03.1917
Licence renewal refused 19.09.1917

Demolished before 1952.
Site became Wrights garage.