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DEREHAM ROAD LAUNDITCH HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 01.06.1965
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 12/5/1 and PS 12/5/2 (1901 to 1975)
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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JOHN WELLS 1839 - 1845
JOHN CREAMER 1846
WILLIAM PRIME
Age 30 in 1851 - Master Shoemaker at the Swan Inn, but Richard Dawson given as licensee under a separate entry
* 1849
RICHARD DAWSON
age 27
1851
ALFRED GOLDEN
& shoemaker
1854 - 1856
CHARLES GREAVES 1858
JOHN TANN 1861
ROBERT TOMBLING & builder
( also as Tomblin )
1863 - 1877
JAMES SMITH 1879 - 1881
JOHN LOADES 1883 - 1900
WILLIAM CRANE by 1901
ROBERT TURNER 03.04.1903
ALFRED TAYLOR 19.05.1905
ALFRED CHRISTMAS TAYLOR 28.05.1915
WALTER GEORGE HORN 20.05.1921
GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK BOND 17.08.1951
JACK TURNER 12.02.1954
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At Walsingham Sessions, held Friday 18th January 1850, Henry Futter (Fuller ?) was sentenced to six days imprisonment for stealing a table-knife from Worthing innkeeper, William Prime. The crime having been committed on 7th November 1849.

Offered for sale Friday 23rd March 1851
`Substantially built of brick and slated, with good Stables, Gig House and Sheds , and is well situated, Fronting the road leading from East Dereham to Foulsham, and distant about half a mile from Elmham Railway Station. Now let to a respectable tenant, and doing an excellent trade'.

Advertised To Be Let April 1855.
With Immediate Possession.
Apply Messrs, Youngs, Crawshay and Youngs, Brewery, Norwich.

Stood at the road side in front and to the left of the TANNERS ARMS.

Licence renewal not applied for 11.02.1966