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THE STREET LAUNDITCH HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 17.09.1959
MITFORD & LAUNDITCH REGISTER PS 12/5/1 to PS 12/5/2 ( 1901 to 1975)
WATTON BREWERY As for sale by auction September 1847
SWAFFHAM BREWERY as given in deeds covering the years 1846 - 1896
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1959
Licensees :
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HENRY EDGAR
( Under-tenant to John Codling )
1802
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BENJAMIN GUNTON 1836
JOHN CLARK
age 30
1841
MARY CLARK 1845
GEORGE SMITH 1846
Mr SMITH 1847
WILLIAM SMITH
age 52 in 1851
Died Q1 1872 age 81
1851 - 1871
BENJAMIN PEARSON 1872 - 1875
EDWARD MASON
age 35 in 1881
1877 - 1881
BENJAMIN CONNARD / CONYARD
Benjamin Conyard died Q1 1886 - age 65
1883
Mrs HANNAH WISKARD
( Died Q4 1898 - age 69 )
1888 - 1892
MONTAGUE WISKARD
& vermin killer
age 43 in 1901
1896 - 1901
EDWARD CHARLES NEWMAN by 1901
ROBERT HAMMOND
( Died Q4 1919 - age 68 )
15.10.1909
ABBOTT WILLIAM DUNNELL 23.11.1917
ROBERT GRIMES 07.02.1941
DANIEL ANTHONY 09.04.1943
ARTHUR WINTER 02.07.1948
WALTER ALBERT BRILL 06.03.1959
REGINALD NORMAN FEEK
Brewery Representative
21.08.1959


For sale by private contract as advertised 23rd October 1802 1802 along with 12 acres of land, with barn, stabling and outhouses. - Apply to Mr. James Boyce, Attorney, Norwich.

Advertised for sale 6th November 1802 - Apply to Henry Edgar at the premises.

Advertised again 13th November 1802 - apply to the Reverend Thomas Beckwith at St. Martin at Palace, Norwich.


Lot No. 13 in the sale of the estate of the late John Morse esq, held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
Large Garden, 3 Stables, Barn, Cow House, Cart Lodge and other convenient buildings, all in excellent repair.

Sales for final year of trading were :-
44 1/8 barrels of beer


Following closure 1959 the licence was held by S&P until February 1961 when surrendered. ( Not applied for at sessions 10.02.1961)