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PRINCE OF WALES THETFORD Index
St. NICHOLAS STREET
St. PETER
THETFORD BOROUGH BEERHOUSE CLOSED
BIDWELL & Co  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BENNETT
& fishmonger
RED COW
*1854 - 1861
Monday 26th November 1860 - Fine of £1 and 11s costs for selling beer on Sunday 18th November at prohibited hours.
WILLIAM BENNETT
beer retailer, Back Street
No house name
1863 - 1869
WILLIAM BENNETT
& fishmonger
Age 58 in 1871
1871 - *1879
GEORGE BILHAM 1887
18th April 1887 - Fine of £1 and 16s costs for allowing the serving of beer and ½ oz of tobacco to a child, aged 11, at 11:30 am on Good Friday.
Mrs. Bilham had served the beer in ignorance of the licensing laws relating to Good Friday. "In some places the parents would be prosecuted for sending children that age to public houses."
   


The RED COW in 1860 and 1861

The PRINCE ALBERT at Back Street, St. Peter 1871

Occupant 1861 & 1871 given a publican & fishmonger

Valuation 25.07.1889 of £520 when given as the PRINCE OF WALES


Offered to Let, with early possession December 1889.
With shop attached and Cottage adjoining.
Premises suitable for a Pork Butcher, Dealer or others.
Apply to Mr. Bidwell.