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LONG ROW
DEPWADE HUNDRED - CLOSED 02.06.1971
DISS LOWER BREWERY  
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS From April 1876
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN when closed 1971
Licensees :
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WILLIAM ELLIS 1849
EPHRAIM DADE
age 39 in 1851
& glover
1851 - 1868
Mrs SARAH DADE
& glover
1869 - 1888
GEORGE MOSS
& labourer
1890 - 1892
JAMES GOODWIN
(Here for 8 years)
1896 - 1900
JOHN SMITH 1904 -1905
GEORGE TURNER
(Thomas Turner 1908 according to Kelly)
(Wife Angelina died 9th February 1942. Mr. Turner given as late Tibenham Boot, having been there for 36 years)
1906 - 1942
Cautioned during 1939 for supplying drink in non-permitted hours.
Tuesday, 11th February 1941 - Two fines of 10s for Mrs. Turner selling beer to persons at 3:45 p.m. on 18th January. Licence renewal granted to Mr. Turner since he had held the licence for 35 years.
Mr. G. TURNER 1951
...... TURNER c1962
LESLIE TAYLOR
and wife Dorothy (DOT)
c1964

Mrs Turner c1920 - Thanks to Deena Warren
Mrs Turner at the door c1920.
Image thanks to Deena Warren, GGGranddaughter.


Described as a Beer House when offered for sale by Private Contract June 1849 following the death of owner Mr. Thomas Stebbings, Mr. Ellis then in occupation. Three Quarters of an Acre of adjoining Land included.

Lot No. 21 in the sale of the Diss Lower Brewery Thursday 30th March 1876. Purchased by Youngs, Crawshay & Co.

On Friday 2nd July 1943, the Small Holding consisting of a Cottage, Pasture Land, Capital Boarded Buildings, in all !a. 1r. 17p, the property of Mr. George Turner, were to be Sold by Auction. Location near the Boot and Vacant Possession at 11th October 1943.

 

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