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later FULL LICENCE
01362 860340
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTER 14.09.1795 & PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 - 1975)
DEREHAM BREWERY Included in 1828 sale
SWAFFHAM BREWERY    
STEWARD & PATTESON    
WATNEY MANN 19.04.1967
CHEF & BREWER November 1974
BRENT WALKER 03/1988
..   
ALASTAIR SIMPSON July 2013
Licensees :
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ABRAHAM WINTON 1795
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JOSEPH MACE 1828
MILES SPRUCE
Age 30 in 1841
1836 - 1841
GEORGE DODMAN
Died Q1 1849
1845 - 1849
HANNAH DODMAN
(Re-married farmer John Archer Q4 1856)
1850 - 1856
GEORGE PEARCE / PEARSE 1858 - 1860
GEORGE BROWN
& butcher
Age 56 in 1891
Died Q2 1893 - age 68
1861 - 1892
(note : G. Pearce given in 1865 directory  as well as G. Brown - see also sales notification of 1860)
GEORGE WEBB 1896 - 1900
WILLIAM JEMSON LONG
(Age 44 in 1911 - farmer)
by 1901
JOHN WILLIAM ROBERT DUNHAM 12.10.1906
FREDERICK TANN
Died March 1916 - age 63
1912 or soon after
ALICE TANN 26.05.1916
ROBERT COOTE 25.08.1916
GERALD HARRY FINN 03.01.1918
WILLIAM DUNTHORNE 24.05.1918
GEORGE HENRY KIRK 14.10.1921
ARTHUR ROBERT SMITH 18.11.1938
LESLIE BRUCE MOORE 02.01.1953
CHARLES AUBREY FEEK 06.01.1961
JAMES CHARLES ALBERT ROLF 07.10.1966
DOREEN & NORMAN DERERE 
( Harvey  Derere as Licence Register ? )
11.10.1968 
- 1974
PAUL & SHEILA HATHERLEY 1974 - 1983
WALTER ( Chummy ) HAMMON
Went to Billingford FORGE
1984 -
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ALASTAIR SIMPSON September  2013

May 2001 - Gressenhall

WHITE SWAN - Gressenhall          John Dunham licensee                      Thanks to CS
c1912

Gressenhall - 20.05.2001
May 2001

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

On Wednesday 10th October 1860, All the useful Household Furniture, including 7 Featherbeds and Bedding, 7 Bedsteads, Chest with Drawers, China, Glass and other Effects were to be Sold by Auction, at the instruction of Mr. George Pearce. The Sale at the Swan Inn would be without reserve since Mr. Pearce was giving up Housekeeping.

Advertised To Let 26th July 1860.
With Stabling, Coach-houses, Yard, Garden and three acres of Land.
Described as being in occupation by the tenant and his family for fifteen years.


Image thanks to Verna Rossvelt in Seattle.

American Air Force personnel c1943.
Edgar Lucas from Texas,
Dick Keathley from Arkansas,
(Francis) Herman from Illinois,
Vernon Olson from Nevada,
Charlie Kalschultz from St. Louis, Missouri,
William Tackorius from Illinois. 
Image thanks to Verna Rossvelt in Seattle.

 

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