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BLOFIELD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
& DEMOLISHED BY MARCH 2001
BLOFIELD, TAVERHAM & WALSHAM REGISTERS taken September 1789, September 1794 & BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS 8/6/4 ( 1872 - 1973 )
MORGANS    
STEWARD & PATTESON from 1961
WATNEYS     
NORWICH BREWERY     
BRENT WALKER    
PUBMASTER Closed & for sale March 2000
Licensees :
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THOMAS WITHERS / WITHEES 1789 - 1794
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SARAH BAILEY 1836
SARAH AGUS
age 63 in 1851
( Died Q2 1870 - age 85 )
1841 - 1865
SAMUEL FISKE
& agricultural labourer
Age 43 in 1871
( Died 1907 )
1868 to 1874
GEORGE DINGLE
Age 47 in 1881
13.07.1874
ARTHUR SAMUEL DINGLE
age 32 in 1901
22.01.1900
HARRY JAMES SPALDING
Died Q1 1943 - age 74
01.01.1917
VIOLET JEAN SPALDING
Died Q4 1959 - age 72
08.03.1943
GEORGE SPALDING 21.12. 1959 - 1973
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WILLIAM GEORGE FULLILOVE c1977 ?
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MICHAEL NICHOLS 1986 - 1999
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WHITE HORSE - BRADWELL / BRADESTON
c1960

Recorded in Register of Blofield, Taverham & Walsham Hundred licensed houses taken 9th September 1789. ( Location as Bradiston )

For sale by auction Saturday 28th July 1792, with new built barn and stable, yard and garden. The whole Freehold in occupation of Mr. Thomas Withers as tenant from year to year.

A provisional order was made 03.09.1877 for removal of licence to new premises to be erected near Station Lane.
( The original house later to become the OLD BEAMS )


As WHITE HORSE RAILWAY HOTEL & Posting House 1879
WHITE HOUSE 1883
WHITE HORSE INN 1888, 1904

Licensee Harry Spalding was said to have been the youngest ever licensee in Norwich ( as said 1888 when he would have been about 17 ) before arriving at this house.
Note : Mr Spalding is named here in Kelly's 1916 directory, but does not appear in licence register until 01.01.1917.
(See BIRD IN HAND where he is given 1891 - 1894 )

Sales 1960 were:-
Barrels of beer 201
Spirits 212

Structural alterations carried out by Steward & Patteson and completed January 1965.

Reported DEMOLISHED by March 2001

 

 

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Menu for a Masonic Dinner - 1953
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