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HARVEY STREET
BACK STREET

WAYLAND HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED c1925
Exors of ROBERT STEVENS Sold as a Beer House 29th July 1861
BULLARDS to closure
Licensees :
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ROBERT YOUNGS
Age 46 in 1841 & cordwainer
( Died Q2 1876 - age 80 )
* 1839 - * 1841
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EDMUND DALTON
& woodman
age 63
( Died Q3 1881 - age 84 )
* 1858 - 1861
SAMUEL BUTTON
See opposite
1863 - 1866
JOHN RICE
& fishmonger 1877
age 57 in 1871
Died Q3 1883 - age 68
* 1868 - 1881
FREDERICK SAMPLE
& carpenter
age 34 in 1891
* 1883 - 1891
CHARLES STEBBING
& painter, plumber, glazier
age 41 in 1901
Died March 1925 - age 65
* 1892 - * 1922



Described in 1861 as including :-
Parlour, Kitchen, Back kitchen & 4 Sleeping Rooms.
Also Stable, Gig House & Yard.
In the occupation of under tenant Edmund Dalton
at a yearly rent of £17.

Robert Button is recorded as a sawyer in 1861, age 42.
In July 1863 he was a publican and sawyer and appeared in court due to a dispute regarding hurdles supplied by carpenter Thomas Griggs.
In July 1866 he was said to be bankrupt with debts of £75 10s, an ex-publican at the RED LION and sawyer of Watton.
In August 1866 his public examination was adjourned until the October sitting.

Referred for Compensation 30.11.1925