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MITFORD & LAUNDITCH REGISTER PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 - 1975)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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JOHN CHAPMAN *1836
WILLIAM MURRELL
& cattle dealer
*1845
EDWARD SENDALL
age 76 in 1851
Died Q3 1856
*1846 - *1856
SARAH SENDALL
Died Q2 1859 - age approx 65
1858
3rd September 1858 - Fine of 1s and 11s costs for keeping house open after 10:00 pm on 27th August.
CHARLES STEBBING
(Died Q1 1872 - age 54)
1861 - 1864
JOHN CHILDS
& farmer
1865
THOMAS CHILDS
& Horse dealer & Blacksmith & Farmer
1868 - 1869
ALFRED MILK
& Dealer
(Died Q2 1891 - age 48)
1871 - 1875
THOMAS BARNARD 1877
ROBERT ARTHURTON 1879
JAMES CHILDS 1881 - 1883
CHARLES C COOPER 1885 - 1890
Convicted May 1890 of keeping house open at illegal hours.
MATTHEW BARNARD
Age 42 in 1891
1891 - 1892
JOHN SPINKS 1896
HENRY CLAXTON
(Died Q2 1902 - age 76)
1900
SAMUEL TUTTLE 1901 to 1905
Fine £1 plus £1 costs for permitting drunkenness 14.07.1905
WILLIAM CANNON 25.08.1905
ROBERT EDWARD KENNEY 23.11.1906
JONATHAN DANIELS 27.11.1908
GEORGE KIRK 15.10.1909
MARTIN LINFORD
Age 51 in 1911
14.10.1910
ALFRED JOHN NEWMAN 13.10.1911
ALFRED BECKHAM
(Albert Beckham according to Kelly 1925)
undated
(here 1925)
Fine £1 for selling out of hours 03.07.1925

 

Offered To Let September 1890 with occupation from Michaelmas. Apply Bullard & Sons, Anchor Brewery, Norwich.


The Lynn Advertiser of 25th November 1910 reported that ex licensee George Kirk had been summoned for selling a half pint of beer on 16th September without having a license as required by the Finance Act 1910.
Admitting the offence, he was advised by the Excise Officer that he was liable to a penalty of £50, but the department would be satisfied if he paid the actual licence duty of £4 5s 7d and the court costs. The Defendant said he did not take out the licence because he had never took enough money to do so. He had left the house at Michaelmas because there was no trade. He was now a labourer and since he had no licence, the brewery (Bullards) should not have sent him beer. He understood them promise to pay the licence. Mr King, a  Bullards representative was at the court and he said that although he knew nothing of the case, the brewery had not charged extra for the beer to cover the costs of a licence.
The Chairman ordered that the Defendant was to pay the total of £4 15s 7d for the licence and costs.

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Referred for Compensation 11.03.1927
and again 24.12.1927.
Licence extinct 31.12.1927