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MITFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1913
MITFORD REGISTER taken 12th September 1794 & MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 - 1975 )
DEREHAM BREWERY Included in 1828 sale
WYMONDHAM BREWERY Owned by Robert William Clarke 1832/7 : Included in sale of Cann & Clarke estate to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS to closure 1913
Licensees :
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JOHN COBB
( at the George )
1794
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WILLIAM WALTON 1836 - 1839
JOHN GOLDSMITH 1845 - 1846
MARY GOLDSMITH 1850
JOHN WARE MENDHAM (39)
& harness maker
1851
EDWARD DOBBS 1854
JAMES GREENWOOD 1856
EDWARD DOBBS 1858  - 1869
JOHN LEVERIDGE 02.12.1870 - 1872
EDWARD DOBBS 1872
THOMAS SENDALL
( given only as a miller in 1877 )
1875
JOHN ROLLINSON
& glass & china dealer
1877
THOMAS SENDALL 1879 - 1888
SAMUEL BLANCH 1890
FREDERICK FITT 1892
JOHN PLAINE
( also as John Plane )
1896 to 1905
HENRY WILLIAM GUNTON 07.04.1905
JOHN BRIGHTY 12.10.1906
ALFRED DOUGHTY 22.05.1908
ARTHUR MOATES 05.07.1912
JAMES BUTCHER 10.01.1913





Referred for Compensation 28.02.1913
Licence extinct 09.02.1914

Became Fisher's butchers shop.

 

Note : Edward Dobbs is given here in 1854, but in 1856 James Greenwood is shown, with William and Edward Dobbs shown only as wheelwrights and blacksmiths. In 1861 Edward Dobbs is listed as a farmer of 21 acres and an innkeeper.

On 23rd May 1862, Edward Dobbs appeared before the magistrates accused of being the father to the illegitimate child of 17 year old Alice Adcock. The Bench made an order that Dobbs was to pay 1s 6d per week.

In 1872 John Leveridge has an entry as at the George.
In the same directory Edward Dobbs is at the George Inn