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MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 (1901 - 1957)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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JAMES BRIGHTY
Age 46 in 1861
*1858 - *1864
ROBERT BRIGHTY *1865 - *1870
JAMES HUGGINS
& blacksmith
Age 53 in 1871
*1871 - 1877
JOHN BAKER *1879 - 1882
GEORGE BLANCH / BLANCHE 1883 - 1886
JOHN ANDREWS
(Anne Andrews victualler age 39 in 1891 - John, aged 58 given as agricultural labourer)
*1888 - 1892
WILLIAM BLYTH
& blacksmith
1896
HORACE WALTER LEGGETT 1900 - 1901
GEORGE SAYER 25.11.1904 to closure





Beer Shop for sale by auction Thursday 26th July 1860. Situated by the Turnpike-road from Norwich to East Dereham with Garden, Stable, Gig-house and covered Skittle Ground in occupation of John Brighty. Adjoining Blacksmith's Shop in occupation of James Huggins. Total rent £20 a year.

Robert Brighty applied for a new licence at the Petty Sessions held during the week ending Saturday 3rd September 1864 - Application refused.

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Referred for Compensation 8th February1907

Bullard & Sons did not object to the licence being referred to compensation at the Kings Lynn Compensation Authority Meeting on Tuesday 9th July 1907.
Licence renewal consequently refused.

Referred for Compensation (again) 18th January1908

Licence extinct 25th January1908