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KINGS HEAD PULHAM St Mary the Virgin Index
THE STREET EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
EARSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 21/3/1 & PS 21/3/2 (1932 - 1967)
Note : February 1959 to Feb 1964 missing
LACONS   
WHITBREAD      
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Licensees :
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DAVID PYE here November 1779
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MARIA CARRON 1836
THOMAS WILLIAMS 1839 - 1863
JAMES BROWN
& butcher
& farmer 60 acres 1871
& farmer 61 acres 1881
1864 - 1881
OSBORN FISH
& butcher
Died suddenly Monday 11th January 1904 whilst threshing at Mr. Howlett's farm
1883 - 1900
CHARLES THOMAS PINDER BRICE
& butcher
1904 to 1937
JOHN WILLIAM BRICE 30.08.1940
GLADYS LILIAN BRICE 14.02.1941
JOHN WILLIAM BRICE c1946 to 1986
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GRAHAM SCOTT from 1993



James Brown, Butcher, Cattle Dealer, Farmer and Innkeeper was declared bankrupt 4th August 1881. Creditors, not having proved their debts by 29th July 1882 would be excluded from any dividend.


Found under Kings Arms  in 1864 directory.

On Monday 22nd December 1902, a horse and cart, laden with evergreens and holly and in the charge of a young man named Randall, was startled by children coming out of school.  The horse bolted and collided with the recently erected sign depicting King Edward VII.
The cart was severely damaged, as was the 14ft sign and King Edward VII's head.


Obituary 30.06.1999 for John Brice recalls that he was born at this house and took over upon the death of his father. He then served 5 years in the RAF before returning. He retired 1986.



Closed 2007 with proposed plans to build housing on the site.
Plans still be considered August 2015.

Plans to demolish and build 18 homes rejected October 2015.