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CANN & CLARKE Included in sale of the Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894
BULLARDS Advertised for sale 1858
WATNEY MANN Closed 18.02.1965
FREEHOUSE by 1985
Licensees :
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GEORGE TAYLOR
age 46
& dealer
*1861
ELIJAH FELTHAM
see opposite
*1864
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ELIJAH FELTHAM 25.03.1865
new licence
JAMES FROST
& shoemaker
Age 44 in 1871
1868 - 1883
WILLIAM CLARKE
& blacksmith
Age 38 in 1891
1888 - 1892
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JOHN HENRY WILSON
Age 41 in 1911
*1904 - 1912
EDWARD FRYER 1915 - 1922
ALBERT JOSEPH LASKEY 1925
JOHN MARJORAM 1929
GEORGE PAGE 1933
FREDERICK BUCK 1937
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TERENCE E. W. TYRRELL 1960 - 1962
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1998

Beerhouse keeper Elijah Feltham, age 40, was found guilty of stealing 62 lbs of hay, worth 2/6d from the farm of John Todd the elder on 25th March 1864 (Good Friday). At the hearing held Wednesday 29th June 1864 Mr Feltham claimed that he had gained permission to take the straw from Mr. Todd's son. The son could neither swear that he did or did not give permission since on the day it was said that he had talked to Mr. Feltham he had been to church and then got `rather boosy' at the Kings Head and could not recall any conversation.
Feltham was sentenced to three month's detention with hard labour.

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Closure agreed at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962, unless trade was to improve substantially.
Sales given as 69 barrels.
Licensee said to be 28 years old and to have been a tenant for 2 years.