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MITFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE 01362 692551
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
BIDWELLS Sold to E C Quilter 1st April 1905 (Who continued trading as Bidwell & Co)
BULLARDS (From take-over of Bidwells 1924?)
WATNEY MANN 04.04.1967
CHEF & BREWER November 1974
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Licensees :
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JAMES COBB 1776
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WILLIAM BOND 1794 - 1796
CLEMENT MIDDLETON
Died June 1811 - age 45
to 1811
Widow MIDDLETON 1811 - 1815
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DANIEL LOVE 1822
WILLIAM COOPER 1830 - 1836
SAMUEL HOWARTH
age 51 in 1851
1839 - 1854
RICHARD CLEMENTS
& hay dealer
age 40 in 1861
1856 - 1883
ROBERT RICHES 1888 - 1890
EDWIN DEARHAM
(Edwin Derham 1894 & 1896)
age 37? in 1891
1891 - 1896
GEORGE MAYES
age 60 in 1901
1900 - 1916
EDWARD WILSON by 1922
HERBERT RICHARD PEACOCK 22.08.1924
IVY LILIAN PEACOCK 24.04.1940
CECIL JENNINGS HOWES 24.05.1940
FRANK EDGAR PIKE 22.05.1964
WILLIAM H. G.  STEWARD (11.1965 - 12.1969)
(William Henry Charles Glease ??)
07.01.1966
REGINALD MOORE 21.11.1969
GEORGE ARTHUR MITCHELL MEAHAN 21.01.1973
JOHN SMITH c1980
MICHAEL GARNER 1984 - 2001
PETER CLAXTON 2001 - 2002
CHRIS STEARMAN 2002 
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Deeds from 1727 known to exist.

Recorded in a Mortgage document dated 4th January 1775,
between Edward Hall (Inn holder) of East Dereham,
Thomas Smith (Gentleman) of East Dereham
and Anne Cobb of Litcham, widow.

Advertised for sale in the Norfolk Chronicle of 6th July 1776.
Then in the occupation of James Cobb.

Owned c1812 by Samuel Bidwell.

In 1830 carrier Abraham Woolsey departed at 10:00am every Tuesday and Thursday for Thetford.

In court Monday March 24th 1862, landlord Richard Clements was sued for the payment of £3 18s 10d. said to be due for work done and materials used in 1856 by J and W. T. Gidney when erecting the Corn Hall. Clements argued that he had permitted the liberties taken with his property, necessitated by the erection of the new building, on condition that the Directors of the Corn Hall would repair any damage to the Red Lion. His Honour said that on the information before him he could only award judgement on one item to the value of 9d, in favour of the plaintiff. The defendants costs of the day, including four witnesses and attorney, were allowed.


Address as Chancery Lane from 1904.