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GALLOW HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 15.07.1957
GALLOW LICENCE REGISTERS PS 26/18/1 to PS 26/18/2 ( 1903 to 1975 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
JOSHUA KENDALL
age 54 in 1861
(Died Q3 1867 - age 58)
* 1846 - 1867
JOHN LOUDER
& butcher
age 48 in 1871
Died Q3 1898 - age 76
1867 - 1898
Fine of 5s and 8s 6d costs on Monday 27th May 1867. See opposite
Fine of 15s and costs on Monday 31st January 1870. See opposite.
 Monday 25th August 1873 - Fined 10s 6d and 10s 6d costs, having been found guilty on an assault on farmer John Thompson of Great Snoring.
JOHN LOUDER junior 1898 - 1900
WILLIAM CHILVERS
age 50 in 1901
( Died March 1918 - 67 )
by 1901
PERCY HARRY L'ESTRANGE
( Died March 1949 - age 85 )
05.02.1918
HERBERT JARRETT
( Died December 1935 - age 71 )
28.04.1919
ERNEST BARNEY STONOCK
Died June 1932 - age 56
29.04.1929
ESTHER ELIZA STONOCK
( Died September 1945 - age 60 )
25.07.1932
ALEC HENRY HAGON
Died June 1944 - age 42
27.06.1938
DOROTHY EMMA HAGON 14.08.1944
ROBERT JOHN FRANCIS 12.05.1952

 


It was reported 1st March 1867 that Mr. Lowder had assaulted John Wells on the 18th April 1867. Mr. Wells had attempted to seize money due for Her Majesty's Taxes, but Lowder had blocked his entrance and ejected him. It transpired that Mr. Lowder had paid the taxes some seventy-five minutes before the arrival of Mr. Wells. At the hearing Monday 27th May 1867 the Chairman said that the completed payment could have easily been explained or receipts be shown. The events were deemed unjustifiable and Mr. Lowder was fined a total of 13s 6d including costs.

Mr. Louder was fined 5s with costs, on Monday 31st January 1870, having been charged by Weights and Measures Inspector, Superintendant Blomfield, of having four earthenware mugs of defective measure.
He was further charged with having a tin can, purporting to hold one gallon, but found to be half a pint short and to having a further two defective earthen mugs. Fined 10s and costs.
He was warned that a fine of 5s a mug would be imposed if they appeared again.

At the Petty Sessions of 26th August 1870, John Louder was accused of being unlawfully in search of game on 24th July 1870. He had been found by Police Constable Empson on the highway, with 2 dogs, a bag and a net at 3:30 am. The net was wet and the dogs were panting hard. The Bench thought it a highly suspicious set of circumstances. The defendant admitted the circumstances but denied the construction put on them. Unfortunately the defendant had been before the Bench 5 times previously. He was given the choice of a 5/- fine and costs of 10s 6d or prison for 3 months. Louder paid the fine.

Application made Monday 31st August 1874 for a spirit licence.
The Bench deemed the idea to be entirely unnecessary and refused to grant it.



The house was `almost surrounded ' by the LORD NELSON according to a report dated 13.02.1904.

 

Licence surrendered 1957 upon the opening of the HENRY IV, Greenway Lane, Fakenham.