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TUMBLE DOWN DICK WOODTON Index
NORWICH ROAD LODDON HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 07.03.1962
   LODDON & CLAVERING REGISTERS taken September 1789 and September 1794
MORGANS   
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BAKER 1789 - 1794
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SAMUEL LEGOOD
Died 21st October 1843 - age 72
1836 - 1843
Mrs S LEGOOD 1843 - 1846
JOSEPH TILLETT (45) * 1851
GEORGE GARRARD 1852 - 1856
Fine of £1 plus 18s costs April 1852
GEORGE ALBOROUGH & butcher 1858 - 1865
Fine of 1s and 11s 6d costs on Wednesday 13th January 1864 for furiously driving a horse and cart on 22nd December 1863.
Accused of allowing disorderly conduct and drunkenness in his house on 30th August 1865.
Charges dismissed Wednesday 6th September 1865.
ROBERT FLEGG 1868 - 1869
SARAH AVES (wife) 1871
JOHN AVES 1872
ROBERT BALLS & wheelwright 1875 - 1881
FREDERICK WILLIAM DICKERSON 1883 - 1885
JOHN HADINGHAM 1888 - 1896
WILLIAM HENRY........??? 1900
CHARLES A CORSBIE 1904
ALBERT CULLING 1908
DANIEL CULLING
(died 1919)
1912
BENJAMIN H BRIGHTY 1915 - 1925
CARLOS HARVEY 1929
SIDNEY HAWKES
(died 12.1947 - age 59)
1934 - 1947
ETHEL HAWES to 1959 / 60
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.... MOSS according to Bullards delivery list c1960

Tumble Down Dick - c1950
c1950
Image provided by Jean-Louis Lamacchia.


Included in Loddon & Clavering Register taken 21st September 1789.

Appears on Fadens 1797 map and on Bryants of 1826.

George Garrard was charged by police constable Watson of keeping the house open at improper hours for the sale of beer. At the Loddon Sessions held Tuesday 6th April 1852 he was found guilty and was fined £1 plus 18s costs. (William Gooderham of the KINGS HEAD also suffered the same fate.)

George Alborough was charged on Wednesday 30th August 1865 of allowing disorderly conduct and drunkenness in his house on 13th August. After several witnesses were called, the case was dismissed.

Given as DICK'S INN in 1915.

Reported as closed (07.03.1962) at the First Joint Committee Meeting of S&P and Bullards 29 May 1962.

Morgans sales for 1960 given as Barrels 33, Spirits 13.