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MORSE To 1857
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Licensees :
ABRAHAM CANNELL
& veterinary surgeon
age 35 in 1851
*1850 - 1861
WILLIAM BAILEY *1864 to 09.1869
Licence refused 24.08.1869 - See opposite.
JAMES R CLAXTON
& butcher
age 50 in 1871
1871 - 1882
Mrs APPALONIA CLAXTON
according to White
(Appoloa 1871 & Appolonia 1881 - age 68)
1883
GEORGE LILLEY
(1883 according to Kelly)
age 40 in 1891
*1883 - 1901
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ROBERT LEVERETT
Age 47
1911 - 1912
JOHN KEELER 1915 - *1933
FRANCIS BURNELL 1937
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Lot No 5 in sale advertised 29th November 1856.
A well built Public House with a good Dwelling House adjoining, stables, granary, cart-lodge and other outbuildings and about 1A 2R 0P of fine arable land.
Situated next to the road leading to Attleborough and in the occupation of Mr. Cannell. (Undertenant to Mr. A. Morse's Executors), and Robert Juby at a rental of £25 per annum - Freehold.

Described as newly built and well erected when offered for sale by auction Monday 31st August 1857.
Abraham Cannell in occupation as undertenant to the late Mr. A Morse. Including Stables, Granaries, Cart Lodge, and other Out-buildings.

The licence of William Bailey was refused at the sessions held Tuesday 24th August 1869.
It was heard that he had suffered two convictions in June or July and there was another case against him. Mr. Bailey and his wife had declared war on each other and in a drunken display had used brass candlestick as weapons against each other.
On Tuesday 13th April 1869 William Bailey had been committed to three months in default of two sureties of £10 each, having been charged of breach of the peace by his wife.
On 19th June 1869 William Bailey had been fined 20s for allowing drunkenness in his house.