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CHAPEL  STREET
FAIR LAND
MITFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE to at least 1865. CLOSED by 1903
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
JAMES COX
Age 46 in 1861
went to WAGGON & HORSES
*1858 - 1861
MATTHEW BARLEY
(Named here 1868)
1864 - 1869
Friday 29th January 1864 - Fine of 5s and 15s costs for being open for the sale of beer after 10 pm on 23rd January 1864.
GEORGE RIX 05.11.1869 - 1875
GEORGE SKIPPER
(at Ringers Inn)
1877
Mrs LOUISA SKIPPER 1879
HARRY CROSS 1881
WILLIAM PEASE 1883
ROBERT BREEZE 1888
ROBERT BALDWIN 1890
PHILIP STAGG 1891 - 1892
ROBERT YOUNGS 1896
Mrs ANN YOUNGS by 1900
to closure

Image from the collection of the late Percy Rush. Copyright 2008
1897 image from the collection of the late Percy Rush.
Shown with permission

Address as by Camping Land in 1861

Matthew Barley applied for and a full licence at the Petty Sessions held Friday 2nd September 1864 - Application refused on the grounds that a further spirit licence was not needed in Shipdham and it was not long since Mr. Barley had been fined for conducting his house improperly.


At the Petty Sessions held Friday 1st September 1865, Matthew Barley again applied for a licence. The application was opposed by the police owing to the conduct of his house. Mr. Barley accused police-constable Atkins of being a thief and a rascal and repeated the accusations even after being called to order by the Bench. He said he made no charge that he could not prove. The application was adjourned for a week.
........to be continued.
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Location given as by Camping Land 1861
At Fair Land 1871
Chapel Street 1881
Market Street 1891

Closed by 1903.
Licence renewal not applied for 13.02.1903
Sold 1904