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SHIPDHAM ROAD
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MITFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE (1894)
later FULL LICENCE
CLOSED c1960
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 to 15/5/2 (1901 - 1975)
WATTON BREWERY to 1866
WYMONDHAM BREWERY  
MORGANS from 11.05.1894
Licensees :
GEORGE MOWER
& shoemaker
* 1836
WILLIAM MILLER
age 79 in 1851
* 1845 - 1856
ROBERT STEVENSON
(Steveson 1858)
* 1858 - 1865
HENRY FAIRWEATHER 1865 - 1866
WILLIAM MOLE to January 1867
WILLIAM CHENERY
& wheelwright
25.01.1867 - 1871
E STAGG (Ellen ?)
& fishmonger
1872
GEORGE STAGG
(E Stagg in 1877 & fishmonger)
1875 - 1883
Mrs ELLEN STAGG by 1888
ALFRED GODDARD 06.01.1905
Mrs HATTA ELIZABETH GODDARD 11.07.1930
CECIL HERBERT CROSS 13.10.1939
CAROLINE CROSS 26.05.1944
ARTHUR GIRLING RICHARDSON 12.10.1945
ROBERT HAROLD WARREN 08.11.1949


At the Petty Session held Friday 1st September 1865, Mr. Fairweather was cautioned for keeping three very ferocious dogs on the premises. He promised to get rid of them.

Offered by Watton Brewery for sale by auction at the Crown Inn , Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866. (Lot No. 21)
Described as a Brick-and-Tile House, next to the Road from Norwich to Shipdham, containing Kitchen, Parlour, wash-house, Cellar, and Three Bedrooms. Also Lean-to Outhouse, Two-stall Stable, Gig-house, Pump, and Yard.
Rent £12. Freehold. Land-tax 1s-0p
The tenant, Henry Fairweather had been given notice to quit.

Full licence by 1901

Licence renewal not applied for 05.02.1960