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WHITE HART ROYDON - Diss Index
LOW ROAD DISS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE 01379 643597
DISS HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 18th September 1789 & 19th September 1794
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS as recorded 1897
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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EDWARD COTTINGHAM 1789
WILLIAM HARNWELL 1794
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PHILIP GOULD
blacksmith
1823 - 09.1825
GEORGE BUCKEL 1835 - 1836
GEORGE ANNESS (35 in 1851)
& blacksmith
1846 - 1851
JOHN PAWLEY
& blacksmith
1854 - 1858
JANE PAWLEY
& brewer - Age 48
1861
JOHN NOTT
& blacksmith
1863
HENRY KNOTT 1864 - 1865
ABSALOM REEVE
& whitesmith
& blacksmith
1869 - 1883
THOMAS LITCHFIELD 1888
JOHN WHISTLECROFT 1890
ARTHUR TIPPLE
also as Tippell
1891 - 1898
HENRY WILLIAM BOYCE 13.07.1898 - 1900
H. C. EASTON 12.12.1900
GEORGE DAWSON LEGGETT 1904
ALFRED EDWARDS 1908
FREDERICK WILLIAM STEGGLES 1912
JAMES WITTS 1915 - 1925
DENNIS JARVIS 1929 - 1937
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.... ROLFE c1962
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PAUL MEREDEW 2011 - Jan 2016
JOHN HYDE &
DEBBIE PLEASANTS
from Jan 2016


George, son of Philip & Ann Gould (Late Fulcher) was baptized 7th September 1823. Philip Gould was described as a blacksmith at the Hart.
Philip Gould was buried 17th September 1825, publican of the White Hart, aged 53.

Mary Ann, daughter of George & Susan Buckel (Late Whitaker) was baptized 27th September 1835. Address as the White Hart.

(Thanks to Honor Jones)

2010
June 2010


Recorded in September 1789 Diss Hundred Register.

Licensee charged during the year February 1907 to 1908 under the Sale to Children Act - case dismissed.
 <Actual event to be determined>