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LEVI HUNT
& farmer 18 acres
Age 53 in 1861
*1845 - 1865
JOHN FREDERICK WOODCOCK
& smith in general
Age 34 in 1871
1868 - 1872
WILLIAM HARPER *1875
WILLIAM & JAMES HARPER 1877
JAMES WOOLSEY SIMONDS 1879 - 1882
JAMES HARPER 09.08.1882 - 1883
HARRIET HARPER
& laundress
Age 46 in 1891
(Died Q1 1892)
*1888 - 1892
EDWARD THOMAS CLARKE 24.02.1892
Mrs ELIZA BALDWIN *1896 - 1902
WALTER S. HIGH 22.10.1902 - 1904
MARCUS H. STAMMERS 1905
FRANCIS SALES
(ex police constable at Bressingham)
08.05.1907 - 1908
Convicted October 1907 of having house open after 10:45 pm on Sunday 6th October. His customer also fined.
HENRY LEGGETT *1912 - *1929



Offered for sale by auction Friday 5th March 1869.
Described as a valuable and well-frequented Beerhouse including Parlour, Kitchen, Beer-cellar, Wash-house, 3 Bed-rooms and Offices, Cottage attached, School-room, Hop-chamber, Brewery, 3 Store-rooms, Malt-chamber, Granary, Malt-house, Cart-shed, 2 Stables, Piggery, productive Paddock, Gardens and Yards thereto, containing 1A. 2R. 34P. more or less, situated by the side of the road leading from Ipswich to Norwich. In occupation of Mr. J. R. Woodcock and Mrs Eleanor Drane.
A freehold cottage, divided into two dwellings was included in the auction. Occupants John Cook and James Drane.

Licence not renewed at the Diss Brewster Sessions held Tuesday 14th February 1906. Future of the licence to be determined at the Adjourned licensing Meeting to be held on Tuesday 6th March 1906.

At the (further) adjourned meeting held Wednesday 14th March 1906 it was said that the house was used by drovers, draymen and others on the road and a good steady trade was done there. The licence was renewed.

On Wednesday 11th June 1930 the licensing justices said the licence had been referred for compensation on the ground of redundancy. The property described as a very old house in dilapidated condition and doing a very small trade.

Referred for Compensation 24.12.1930