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TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS PS 26/18/4 ( Feb 1968 - Feb 1974 )  &
PS 18/14/3 Gt Yarmouth licence registers 9th February 1973 to 14th February 1980
BELLS from 1796
STEWARD & PATTESON by 1866
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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JERMAN ARMON ( Lemon?)
Age 32
1841
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WILLIAM GEORGE
Age 37 in 1861
& farmer
1850 - 1861
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FREDERICK HINDS
Age 64 in 1871
Died Q1 1873 - age 66
1865 - 1871
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HENRY JOHNSON
Age 38 in 1881
1879 - 1881
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JOSEPH PHILIPS / PHILLIPS
Age 66 in 1901
( Died March 1921 - age 86)
1888 - 1901
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HERBERT AMIS
Age 55 in 1911
1908 - 1912
WILLIAM G. KIDD
(Died June 1946 - age 63)
1916
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Mr. GRAY / GREY 1950's ?
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WALTER SAMUEL MARSHALL by 07.02.1968
COLIN ERNEST HOWES 11.06.1970
RONALD HACKER STANTON
(Died March 1989 - age 73)
10.05.1972
to at least 1980
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DEAN BATH 2014
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Image by R. Whitlock.
1950's image by Robby Whitlock.

Address also as London Road.

Conveyed to Bells Brewery or their Ancestors 10th October 1796.

Freehold sold to Steward & Patteson 28th June 1865
and conveyed by John Penrice Bell, Frederick Brown & Frederick John Turner to Henry Staniforth Patteson and Donald Steward 9th April 1866.

S&P records state that the house was damaged by enemy action during WWII, no exact date given.

Mr. Gray - 1950's. Thanks to Robby Whitlock
Mr. Grey - possibly licensee at some time in the 1950's?
Image thanks to Robby Whitlock.
Can you confirm?