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FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 15.01.1969
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
COLTISHALL BREWERY to sale by auction 1876
BIDWELLS DEREHAM BREWERY - premises described as Freehold 1890
BULLARDS to closure 1969
Licensees :
(Sold by WILLIAM BULLOCK) 1682
(Purchased by EZEKIEL DOWE) 1682
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WILLIAM RUMBALL (Rumbold?) to April 1776
JOHN GREENGRASS 1791 - 1793
MARY GREENGRASS here Sept 1794
ROBERT COOK 1794
JEREMIAH GREAVES 1799
JOHN DUTCHESS 1822 - 1836
ROBERT YEOMANS
hairdresser 1845
age 35 in 1841
1839 - 1846
RICHARD PRECIOUS
age 37 in 1851
1850 - 1856
THOMAS C ALLISON
age 39 in 1861
1858 - 1863
DAVID CARLTON
& horse dealer - See opposite.
age 40 in 1871
1864 - 1877
JOHN HOWLETT
& tailor
1879
WILLIAM E TALBOT
age 55
1881
JOHN BATSON 1885 - 1888
EDWARD EAGLING
age 32 in 1891
(Edward & JOHN Eagling 1892)
1890 - 1896
JAMES MITCHELL
age 47 in 1901
1900 - 1901
JOHN C SMITH 1904
WILLIAM HENRY HATFIELD 1908
Mrs ELIZABETH HATFIELD
Age 44 in 1911
1911 - 1916
ALBERT VERNON HOWE 1921 - 1933
HARRY MATTHEW JARVIS 1937
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Lot No. 23 in auction 21st May 1796.
`With excellent Stables, Coach House, Granary, Yard and Appurtenances to the same belonging; Also three cottages adjoining thereto. Freehold, but pays a Free Rent to the Manor of Hingham of 1/4d'.

At the Petty Sessions held Tuesday 21st January 1868, David Carleton was accused by Police-constable William Grimes of allowing gambling, in the form of card playing, in his house. Mr. Carleton said he was unaware of the events since, at the time in the morning when the constable entered the house, he was in bed asleep. The annual supper had been held at the house and a few persons had remained behind after the party had broken up, not an unusual thing on such occasions. The constable had only heard conversation that could relate to card playing and did not observe any drinks being dispensed.
The case was dismissed.

Advertise To Let 12th October 1881 by Bidwell & Co.
With good Stables and Yard. With Wheelwright's Shop attached.

(James Mitchell given at the UNICORN INN in the 1901 census -
but second entry gives William Mann)