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  GALLOW HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1930
GALLOW LICENCE REGISTER PS 26/18/1 & PS 26/18/2 ( 1903 to 1975 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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THOMAS HAGAN
& coal merchant
Age 42 in 1871
(Died Q1 1911 - age 82)
* 1869 - 1879
RICHARD HOWE
& butcher
(Died Q4 - age 68)
1881 - 1890
SAMUEL HOWE
(Died March 1851 - age 88)
1891 - 1924
FREDERICK WILLIAM PRIMROSE 27.10.1924
to closure


The railway line opened 1849.

In 1851 Thomas Hagen is living with his parents and relation to head of house states -  wife's son before marriage. He is then said to be 21 years old and an agricultural labourer.

House not found 1864, 1865 or 1868.
In 1868 Thomas Hagen is recorded only as a coal seller.

Thomas Hagen applied for a Spirit Licence Monday 31st August 1874. The application was opposed by Mr. Kendall of the CROWN, who said that since the BOAR also had a spirit licence, there was no further requirement. One of the two magistrates present, Mr. Everett, said that although the character of the applicant was unimpeachable, he saw no need to licence a third house but nonetheless he would say nothing to prejudice the mind of his brother magistrate and would bow to his decision. The Rev. R. Phayre granted the licence.

It seems a short lived victory since.......

In a notification dated 1st August 1877, Thomas Hagen, beerhouse-keeper advised that he was to apply, at the General Annual Licensing Meeting, 27th August 1877, for a Licence for the Sale of Spirits, Wine, Beer, Porter, Cider, Perry and other Intoxicating Liquors, to be consumed on the Premises.

Referred for compensation 11.06.1930
and again 24.12.1930.
Licence expired 31.12.1930