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EARSHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1910
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold 1828 to EDWARD DOWSON of Geldeston for £540
GELDESTON BREWERY For sale 1858
BULLARDS to closure 1910
Licensees :
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JOHN BARLEY
(John Barley Senior according to tithe map )
( Died Saturday 1st May 1841, age 82. His wife had died the previous week )
1822 - 1839
BENJAMIN KERRIDGE 1845 - 1846
ROBERT BELLWARD 1850
WILLIAM VINEYARD
Age 46
1851
CHARLES EDWARDS 1853 - 1856
JOHN BATTRAM
also as John Battrum
Age 42 in 1861
1858 - 1861
JAMES JEFFS 1863 - 1869
RICHARD NELSON
& carpenter
1871
EDMUND R NELSON 1872
CHARLES CATTERMOUL
( Cattermole 1877 )
1875 - 1883
WILLIAM HOLMES 1888 - 1896
JOHN REEVE 1900 - 1908


William Barley of the Green Dragon, died 30th April 1831, aged 41.
( Brother of John Barley and son of John Barley senior ? )

Jo Mary, daughter of John Barley married Mr. Prentice, a miller of Bungay as reported 17th February 1827.

The GREEN DRAGON, plus a cavalry unit.
1904

All the Household Furniture, Utensils and other Effects of Mr. Charles Edwards were offered for sale here Tuesday 18th October 1853.. The sale was said to be in consequence of the Proprietor leaving the neighbourhood........it seems this relocation did not happen for some time.

Licence referred at the Adjourned Licensing meeting held Friday  26th February 1909. Two other houses, the Hope and the Magpie were within 50 yards and five others within 200 yards. The main objection being the outdoor conveniences and consequent nuisances committed in the passage, The absence of sleeping accommodation for travellers was also a consideration.


Licence refused at Compensation Authority meetings of 21st and 23rd June 1909. Reported as an alehouse, owned by Bullard & Sons Ltd and run by licensee John Reeve.