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WHITE HORSE MORTON on the Hill Index
- EYNESFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1913
EYNESFORD Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/ 5 ( c1878 - 1929 )
MORGANS as recorded 1866
BULLARDS Owned by G W Berney of Morton Hall
Licensees :
-  
BARNABAS DUNNELL (?) 1794
-  
JOHN BLYTH
& wheelwright
& shopkeeper
age 55 in 1841
1832 - 1846
Mrs FRANCES BLYTH
age 67 in 1851
& shopkeeper
& farmer 28 acres
1851 - 1858
ROBERT THOMAS
& carpenter
& farmer 40 acres
1861 - 1866
HENRY SNELLING
& farmer 44 acres
by 1868
RICHARD JOHN SNELLING 07.11.1881
MARY ANN SNELLING 26.06.1882
ROBERT ARTHURTON
& farmer
18.12.1882
 - 1912


Included in sale of the Morton Estate 1815.

Given as the WHITE HART in 1836

Robert Thomas appeared before the Registrar at the Court of Bankruptcy, on Wednesday 10th October 1866.
With debts to unsecured creditors at about £400, Mr. Henry Morgan, brewer of Norwich, was appointed assignee.
A last examination and an order of discharge was fixed for 5th December 1866.

Property leased to Bullards but not renewed upon expiry 11.10.1912

Licence was not applied for and business
had ceased before licensing day ( February ? ) 1913.

 

 

 

William Moore was buried at Ringland
17th November 1857.
His address given as the White Horse, Morton.