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BUTCHERS ARMS TERRINGTON St. JOHN Index
LYNN ROAD FREEBRIDGE MARSHLAND - CLOSED
CHARLES MARSDEN Owner according to the 1851 census
Licensees :
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JAMES BRADFIELD *1836
WILLIAM BRADFIELD
& butcher
Age 58 in 1861
1850 - 1869
19th August 1850 - Beer-seller fine of 9s and £1 11s costs for selling beer after 10:00 pm. on the 10th August. Further fined 1s and 19s costs for assaulting P.C. Francklyn in the execution of his duty.
Monday 5th September 1866 - Beerhouse keeper fined 5s and 18s costs for being drunk and riotous on 15th August.
Monday 6th September 1869 - Fine of £2 and costs for permitting drunkenness and rioting on his premises on 27th August.
   

1st January 1842 - On Christmas Day morning, 1841, Police-officer Batterbee accompanied by PC. Burcham, brought William Bradfield of Terrington to the Police Station. Bradfield had committed a violent assault on Burcham, said to result in two fractures of the collar bone and one of the blade bone. The ruffian was sent to trial. The officer was not likely to resume his duties for some time.
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In 1864, William Bradfield, a butcher of Terrington, purchased a steam threshing machine.
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William Bradfield of Terrington advertised 48,000 Clamp Bricks and 8,000 Grey Stocks for sale : 10th February 1866.
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In 1867, William Bradfield of Terrington St. John is described as a Butcher, Brickmaker and in dispute with Mr. Savage for faults on the threshing machine repaired by him.
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A William Bradfield of Terrington St. John died about January 1873. His occupation given as Thresher. <Previously the publican?>






In 1860, William Bradfield is given at the CROSSWAYS, Terrington St. John.
The BUTCHERS ARMS is named in census returns for 1851 and 1861

The last reference to Mr. Bradfield being a publican is in 1869.

On Wednesday 26th February 1873 , the Double Dwelling House, with Shop, for many years in occupation of the late William Bradfield, and then in occupation of his widow, Mrs. Mary Bradfield, was to be Sold by Auction.
Location given as commandingly situate at the corner of Church Road and the Turnpike leading from Lynn to Wisbech, opposite the Post Office at St. John's Highway.
<No mention of being licensed premises.>