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LAUNDITCH HUNDRED - CLOSED 05.04.1968
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 - 1975)
SETCH BREWERY House conveyed from Cornelius P. Herbert to George Hogg & Thomas Allen, March 1820
EYRE & CO to 1874 (Lease)
BULLARDS Leased, by August 1874
WATNEY MANN 04.04.1967
Licensees :
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JAMES WISEMAN
& brewer
1836 - 1847
JAMES BETTS
& carrier 1850
age 53 in 1851
& farmer 68 acres
1850 - 1864
Mrs ANN BETTS
age 71 in 1871
1865 - 1872
ABEL BURTON
Went to KINGS ARMS
See opposite
1873 - 1874
ROBERT GUNTON 1875 - 1879
JOHN COTTRELL 1881 - 1886
JOHN PERCY GUNTON
Age 32 in 1891
1888 - 1896
DAVEY BURROWS by 1900
GEORGE ELLIS 03.01.1908
GEORGINA ELIZABETH ELLIS 16.04.1909
WALTER GEORGE GOULD 09.04.1926
HORACE SOANES 14.10.1927
ALFRED WILLIAM THORPE 09.02.1945
JAMES EDWARD MANNING 17.11.1950
ALFRED BERNARD JAMES
(Brewery representative ?)
05.04.1968

Litcham New Inn c1960 - Thanks to Frank Shaw
c1960

Mr. James Wiseman advertised the sale of his `Capital Brewing Plant' to take place on Thursday 7th October 1847, since he was moving to the Green Dragon.

In the County Court, Wednesday 12th August 1874, Abel Burton was charged with owing brewers Eyre & Co. the total sum of £17 5s 11d.
£10 was for rent and of the remaining, £4 8s was Excise duty, paid by Eyres, which had been returned by the Inland Revenue to Burton, since it had been based upon incorrect rental figures.
Since the event, the lease of the property had changed to Messrs. Bullard & Sons.
His Honour said that the rent was clearly due, the returned duty should be paid back to Eyres, since Burton had no right to keep it and the remaining £2 17s could be claimed back from Messrs. Bullards.
Burton was ordered to repay the whole claim.

Licence renewal not applied for 07.02.1969