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NORTON CORNER EYNESFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 07.03.1966
Eynesford Licence Registers PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 ( c1880 - 1975 )
WILLIAM HARDY 1797 - hired
STEWARD & Co Leased
FREDERICK COPEMAN From 18.06.1861
BULLARDS to 1966
Licensees :
CHARLES VOUT pre 1845
JAMES BUSSENS
& baker 1845
age 62 (?) and farmer 60 acres 1851
1845 - 1861
ROBERT BUSSENS
& butcher & farmer
by 1863
Robert Bussens accused by John Strike of violent assault - offence said to have taken place on 24th August 1864 - Case dismissed.
At Petty Sessions held Monday 16th May 1870, Robert Wilson of Wood Dalling was accused by Mr. Bussens of a brutal assault on Mrs. Bussens. Not attending court, Wilson was fined £2 and £1 costs or one month's imprisonment.
JAMES BUSSENS
& butcher
12.03.1883
JOHN JAMES BUSSENS 21.12.1896
JAMES JOHN BUSSENS 09.02.1903
GEORGE STROUGER 13.07.1908
WILLIAM HAMILTON OUTLAW 20.12.1909
WALTER CHARLES PALMER 18.12.1911
CECIL WILLIAM PALMER 18.10.1920
JAMES WILLIAM WRIGHT 24.04.1922
HERBERT T. OWEN 22.10.1923
GEORGE JOHN MUNFORD 07.11.1927 
NATHANIEL RANDELL NOBES 19.12.1932
ALBERT ERNEST THROWER 29.07.1940
to closure 1966

Hired by William Hardy in 1797

Frederick Copeman appears to have purchased the premises 18.06.1861 for a total sum of £650

Described in Conveyance dated 1863 as formerly 2 dwellings, now used as a public house with the Bakehouse building, formerly in the occupation of Charles Vout, and late in the occupation of James Bussens.

The 1863 conveyance is between Frederic Copeman of Long Stratton, Miller, of the one part and Robert Bussens of Corpusty, Butcher, of the other part. Reference is made to an indenture dated 7th February 1859 between Sir Samuel Bignold, of the first part, James Bussens, of the 2nd part and Henry Staniforth Patteson of the 3rd part.

Robert Bussens, Publican, Butcher and Baker, adjudicated Bankrupt on 14th June 1864. Order of Discharge granted 2nd August 1864.

House closed 7th March according to Bullards records.
Closed 22nd March according to Licence Registers.