as Bulward 1830
1830 - * 1839
age 31 1851
|1850 - 1858
(?) - 1888
On the 10th January 1851, William Brooks visited the house of James W.
Nicholson and after he left it was discovered that a chicken was
missing. The chicken was later found in a hedge, contained within a
sack. A constable was called and he kept watch. Some time later the
constable apprehended Brooks as he attempted to retrieve the sack.
At the County Sessions held Wednesday 12th March 1851, in spite of the
evidence and to the great surprise of the Court, the jury delivered a
verdict of `Not Guilty'. They were dismissed from the box and a new jury
sworn in for the remaining cases.
House referred for Compensation 01.03.1912 under act of 1904.
Licence renewal refused by Compensation Authority 21.06.1912
Closure by compensation unopposed at Licensing Authority meeting Friday 21st
Licensee name confirmed as Lacey James Cross and Registered Owner as Bullard
& Sons when licence refusal by reason of closure by Compensation, published
23rd August 1912.
Freehold property referred for compensation 17.03.1913