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OSTRICH WEASENHAM ALL SAINTS  Index
DODMAN END LAUNDITCH HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 2001
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 - 1975)
EARL OF LEICESTER of Holkham Hall - Leased to Steward & Patteson
MAJOR RICHARD COKE of Weasenham Hall - 19.11.1934  
(Major) RICHARD LOVEL COKE of Weasenham Hall - 11.02.1949 : Awarded 21 year lease to Tolly Cobbold
JAMES & DIANE PONDER from 1980's
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BRUNTON 1836
Mrs ELLEN BRUNTON 1845 - 1846
ROBERT BRUNTON
age 34 in 1851
& blacksmith
1851 - 1877
WILLIAM SMITH 1879 - 1883
JOHN GRIMES
according to White
1883
JAMES EWER
Age 69 in 1891
1885 - 1891
WILLIAM EWER 1892
JAMES WILLIAM EWER by 1896
JOHN HOVEL ARTIS junior 27.11.1914
RICHARD COKE 23.11.1934
RICHARD LOVEL COKE 11.02.1949
RONALD QUINTIN HORSBURGH 13.03.1964
REGINALD CHARLES HAWES 10.07.1964
JAMES & DIANE PONDER 09.1974
to closure 2001


Robert Brunton of the Ostrich Inn was described as a Farmer, Blacksmith and Licensed Victualler, having a shop at Wootton as a blacksmith only. On the 30th March 1863 the Court acting in the prosecution of a Petition for Adjudication of Bankruptcy, did grant the said Bankrupt an order of Discharge.

The Ostrich - Weasenham c1910
c1910

As the Ostrich Commercial Inn 1879


Freehouse

Image provided by Steve Shaw
The sign 08.1993 - photo by Steve Shaw.

Closed 2001