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GALLOW HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 14.11.1936
GALLOW LICENCE REGISTERS PS 26/18/1 to PS 26/18/2 ( 1903 to 1975 )
BULLARDS    
Licensees :
ROBERT FLOWERS
age 29 in 1851
( Robert Hall Flowers 1856  - & farmer )
* 1850 - * 1858
EDWARD SAVORY
age 31
1861
GUY HAGON 1863
WILLIAM TODD
age 37 in 1871
* 1865 - * 1875
JOHN GRAVER 1877 - 1879
JOHN GRAVES
& machine owner
age 33 in 1881
John GRAVER died Q2 1885 - age 37
1881 - * 1883
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MARTIN ROBERT BARNETT
age 29 in 1891
1890 - 1892
JAMES SPOONER
Age 60 in 1901
1900 to 1903
ARTHUR JAMES PENNELL 27.04.1903
JOHN FARROW 17.04.1905
PERCY RANDALL PENNELL 29.04.1907
WILLIAM HENRY ADCOCK 12.10.1912
AGNES ANNA ADCOCK 31.07.1916
WILLIAM HENRY ADCOCK
( Died September 1957 - age 82 )
26.04.1920
DOUGLAS ARTHUR OLIVER BAKER 30.07.1934


It was reported that on Monday 30th September 1850, James Flowers, landlord of a beerhouse near the railway terminus, was charged by the police of suffering beer to be consumed in his house after ten p.m.
Pleading guilty to the fact that beer was consumed, Mr. Flowers explained that those present were railway officials lodging at the house, and they were being treated with an extra glass in celebration of his recent marriage. Since the house had previously well conducted, the magistrates dismissed the case.
( Is James an error for Robert or could this report apply to a different house? )


Licence surrendered 1936.