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SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1789 & 16th September 1794
BIDWELLS Property of Mr L. S. Bidewell as recorded in sale documents 1868
? Owned by Lady William Cecil as recorded 1907
Licensees :
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GEORGE LEECH / LEACH 1789 - 1794
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MARTHA FIRTH
Age 66 in 1841
(Died Q2 1857 ?)
1836 - 1841
WILLIAM HARDY
At White Hart by 1861
1845 - *1858
Ordered to pay costs of 9s, Saturday 6th December 1856 for having house open before 12:30 pm on the previous Sunday.
CHARLES KING
Age 26
& Agricultural labourer.
1861
JOHN KING *1863
CHARLES KING
& bricklayer
*1864
- 1865
NORAS CARTER
(Morris 1868 Norris 1875)
1867 - 1875
Fine of 6s and 12s costs May 1867 - see opposite.
JOHN UPTON
(Age 30 in 1871 - carpenter, no mention of beer)
1877 - 1886
ACTON WARNER 1888
JOHN GATHERCOLE 1890
THOMAS M GATHERCOLE
(Died Q3 1912 - age 83)
1891 -  1909
W N WARNER
(at Bell by 1912)
25.10.1909


Norris Carter had married Sarah Dixon in the last quarter of 1860. She had died late 1863 or early 1864. Norris then married Susanna Hart in the first quarter of 1865.

At Swaffham Petty Sessions, held 4th May 1867, Noras Carter, licensed victualler, was charged by police-constable Johnson of having his house open for sale of beer at illegal hours on the morning of Good Friday. Fine of 6s with costs of 12s.


For sale by auction Friday 5th June 1868.
`In the occupation of Mr. L. S. Bidwell, or his undertenant Mr. Morris Carter, at a rent of £23 per annum; Containing 2 Front Rooms, Cellar and 5 Bedroom, Cart lodge, Shed, Garden and Pightle of land adjoining, a total of 0 Acres 3R 27P.

At the Kings Lynn Compensation Authority Meeting on Tuesday 9th July 1907, licence renewal was opposed and it was claimed that there was no objections from the owner or the tenant. It was pointed out that the tenant, Mr. Thomas Gathercole had been at the house for eighteen years. <From 1889?>
Licence refused and referred to compensation by consent.
But seemingly the house survived a further two years to 1909.