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MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 & PS 12/5/2 (1901 - 1975)
ELIJAH EYRES Offered for sale by auction 22nd July 1878
Licensees :
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WILLIAM WHITE
& blacksmith
to 1831
ALICE WHITE 1831 - 1836
GEORGE WALKER
& horsebreaker
1845 - 1847
GEORGE CHRISTOPHER 1854 - 1856
JAMES RUSH
went to ROBIN HOOD, Walsingham
by 06.1856 - 1869
GEORGE CHRISTOPHER
farmer age 62 in 1871
1871 - 1885
WILLIAM BARKER 1888 - 1890
Mrs MARIA BARKER 1892
THOMAS TRANTER 1896
WALTER GOODE by 1901
PHOEBE GOODE 08.01.1904
EMMANUEL PARTRICK (?) 08.04.1904
GEORGE THOMAS JENKINS 26.08.1904
HORACE JOHN MASON 10.02.1905
THOMAS RIX 11.10.1907
SARAH ANN RIX undated
JOHN WILLIAM ROBINSON 10.07.1908
FRANK EDWARD PEASEGOOD 27.08.1909
ARTHUR HERBERT NEALE 27.03.1914
Fine £2 plus 4/- costs for permitting gaming - 13.11.1914
JOHN EDNEY HOWE 09.04.1915
HORACE CHARLES GOWAN 02.03.1917

 

All Debtors and Creditors to William White, at the time of his decease, were requested 17th September 1831, to settle their accounts with Mrs, Alice White, immediately.
Also the BELL was to be Sold Cheap as Mrs. White wished to retire from the business immediately. The property included about One Acre of Capital Land together with yards, stables, brewhouse and other conveniences.

Advertised again 8th October 1831 being a truly desirable situation for any person possessing a small amount of capital, or a profitable investment for any Brewer or Spirit Merchant.
To be sold cheap since Mrs. White was wishing to retire from business immediately.

Henry Smith, bricklayer of Wissonsett, was fined £3 plus costs for an assault on publican James Rush which had occurred on 12th December 1864.


'' Good stabling and lock up coach house ; Horse & Trap for hire ''
(as advertised 1904)

Referred for Compensation 02.03.1917

Licence renewal refused 19.09.1917