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GRIMSHOE LICENCE REGISTER PS 14/5/1 ( 1926 - 1954 ) & THETFORD LICENCE REGISTER PS 14/5/2 ( 1921 - 1965 )
BIDWELL & Co  
BULLARDS 1924
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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Mr. PRATT 1812
JOHN PRATT 1922
JOHN MERRELLS 1830 - 1839
WILLIAM BULLEN
age 57 in 1851
1845 - 1854
WILLIAM DAISLEY 1856
HENRY BOYCE
& builder
Age 47 in 1861
1858 - 1864
Mrs RHODA BOYCE 1865 - 1868
BENJAMIN BOWYER
Age 52 in 1871 - & dealer
1869 - 1871
GEORGE GODBOLT * 1872
ABRAHAM CASH by 1875
FREDERICK BENJAMIN WHEELER 15.11.1923
WALTER CHARLES EVERITT 09.04.1925
Fine of £5 imposed 21.01.1926 for selling out of hours, with a further £2 fine for permitting gaming.
CAROLINE EMILY EVERITT 24.04.1941
WILLIAM CHARLES ANDREWS 13.11.1941
EDWIN VICTOR SHEPHERD 24.11.1949
ROY COTTERELL 12.02.1953
ROY VAUSE RUDDOCK 24.11.1960
HAROLD PERCY WILLIAM BLUETT 25.07.1963
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Thetford - 15.08.1987
August 1987


It was reported that a fire broke out Wednesday 5th August 1812, nearly destroying the furniture of the best double bed-chamber, with a quantity of wearing apparel in drawers. The timely assistance of the house inhabitants fortunately preserved the house.

To Let from the 29th September 1856 with extensive Stables, a Large Granary and Iron Weigh-bridge belonging. Apply to Mr. Bidwell.

John Harrington, a carpenter, was found guilty of stealing a teapot, the property of Mrs. Boyce. At the hearing on Monday 22nd August 1864, Harrington pleaded guilty and said he had been very much intoxicated, otherwise he would not have taken it and asked the bench to deal with him leniently. The Mayor said that his being drunk only aggravated the offence and the sentence was Two Months' imprisonment, with hard labour.

Offered To Let March 1871, including Weigh Bridge.

Offered To Let October and November 1871, to be entered Immediately.
Apply Mr. Bidwell, Thetford.

Valuation given 25.07.1889 as £950.

Thanks to Geoff Miles
The sign c1910