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THE STREET EYNESFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 13.09.1970
Eynesford Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 ( c1880 - 1975 )
REEPHAM BREWERY Lot No. 32 in sale of Bircham & Sons brewery Saturday 8th June 1878.
BULLARDS Purchased 1878
Licensees :
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CHRISTOPHER SHARRINGHAM 1794
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JAMES PANK
& bricklayer
1830
THOMAS SAWYER 1836
ISAAC JACOB
& brickmaker
age 45 in 1841
& farmer 1846
1839 - 1846
STEPHEN HOWLETT
age 28 in 1851
1850 - 1856
MATTHEW DACK 1856
JOHN DACK
& blacksmith
age 33 in 1861
1858 - 1861
BENJAMIN BULLOCK
age 73 in 1871
1865 - * 1871
JAMES DAWSON 1875
Mrs MARY ANN BULLOCK
age 61 in 1881
by 1877
JAMES CHAPMAN
age 38 in 1891
( died May 1896 )
15.05.1882
05.11.1883 : Fine of £1 plus 19/- costs for permitting drunkenness
Mrs EMMA CHAPMAN
widow
10.08.1896
ALFRED THOMAS WAKEFIELD 21.08.1899
JAMES KELTER
age 64 in 1901
16.10.1899
MATTHEW BROUGHTON 19.05.1913
SAMUEL MARTIN BELL 07.04.1930
HARRY ADDISON SMITH 22.10.1934
HERBERT ERNEST BELLBODY 10.02.1936
WILLIAM R KERRISON 11.02.1952
ARTHUR W POLL 14.12.1953
PERCY REGINALD NESBIT 17.10.1955
REGINALD CYRIL SPOONER 10.02.1958
ELSIE & HARRY COOPER
( Harold Jenkins Cooper )
20.04.1962
DAVID WILLIAM STEVENSON
( Brewery Representative )
21.09.1970


Lot No. 1 in a Sale by Auction Saturday 30th January 1819.
Lot No. 2 was a Piece of Arable Land, about one acre, also in Foulsham.
Lots 3 to 8 were other public houses about the county.


Let to Mary Ann Bullock at an annual rent of £20 when offered for sale in 1878. A double fronted house with bay windows containing:-
Tap Room, & Bar Parlour, Kitchen & Good Cellar, Wash House; Large Club Room on first floor; 5 Bedrooms & 2 Attics. Yard in rear ( In common with other property) in which is a Detached Skittle Shed & Stable for 8 horses, Also Gig House with Loft over the whole; Braziers Shop & Forge (Opening to side road) & Piggeries; Beyond is a large piece of Garden - Freehold.




Harry & Elsie Cooper moved on to premises at Great Ryburgh CROWN.

 

Trading ceased 13th September 1970 according
to the Licence Registers.
( 14th September 1970 according to Watney Mann records )