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TUNSTEAD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 11.05.1970
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS PS 11/4/1 to PS 26/18/3 (Feb 1928 - Feb 1967 )
Mr. BROGRAVE Hired by Mr. Hart from Mr. Brograve in 1774, beer to be supplied by William Hardy.
STEWARD & PATTESON Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co as documents dated 1837 to 1851
BULLARDS by 1928
WATNEY MANN to closure 1970
Licensees :
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ROBERT WATTS 1788
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THOMAS NELSON 1836
JOHN SAMMON
age 62 in 1851
( As John Lemonds 1845 )
1839 - 1868
ROBERT LONG 1869
JAMES IVES 1871 - 1877
JAMES LEARNER 1879
JAMES RUMP * 1881
JAMES S. BURRELL 1883 - 1885
WILLIAM HOLMES 24.08.1885 - 1888
HENRY LEACH 1890 - 1900
GEORGE PYCROFT 1904 - 1925
GERALD MOLL by 1928
ERNEST ALFRED MORTON 07.01.1929
STEPHEN ALBERT GOLDER 29.02.1932
CHARLES FREDERICK BELL 02.01.1933
ELIJAH FLAXMAN 28.10.1940
ELLEN ELIZABETH FLAXMAN 01.05.1961
NORMAN GREEN
Licence not renewed 08.02.1971
08.06.1970
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c1920

Advertised `To Let' in the Norfolk Chronicle 4th May 1776
`Apply to Mr. Press Smith of Worstead'

Robert Watts, publican of Worstead, was accused by Berney Brograve, owner of the public house, of stealing a cart tilt and straw. The Jury found Watts not guilty and so, on 16th January 1789, Mr. Brograve made an appeal for the anonymous informant of the crime to come forward so that the verdict could be challenged and promised a reward of Ten Guineas.

Image provided by Jane Neville - 12.11.2003
c1895 - Henry Leach is near the door, holding a jug.
Image supplied by Jane Neville.