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GUILTCROSS REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 and 17th September 1794
DISS BREWERY 1700's : 
- House owned by Margaret Burlingham according to the will of her husband George Burlingham, written in 1797 and proved 27th June 1801. 
George Burlingham was a linen weaver.
BIDWELLS Conveyed from the late L S Bidwell to S C Bidwell 30.12.1868 (Lease ?)
Purchased by E C Quilter 1st April 1905
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN    
BRENT WALKER   
BRUCE BERRY  1998
Licensees :
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HUMPHREY LOVACK / LOVICK 1789 - 1794
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ANDREW BOWEN & butcher
(A. Bowing 1830 )
Died first quarter of 1840
1830 - 1839
ROBERT COOK
age 30 in 1841
1841 - 1845
ZACHARIAH DIXON
& tinman
1846
HENRY WORMAN (42 in 1851)
(Henry Woman / Werman  1850)
& butcher
1850 - * 1851
SIMON CRISP 1854
JAMES BILHAM 1856
Mrs ELIZABETH SOUTHGATE
age 68 in 1881
1858 - 1881
JOHN CLAXTON junior
& sawyer
& carpenter 1891
1883 - 1896
JAMES POTTER to 08.1898
GEORGE SHIP 10.08.1898
JOHN CLAXTON
age 57 in 1911
(Died suddenly, Wednesday 16th October 1935 - Age 83)
1900 - 1930
Monday 3rd December 1906 - Paid £3 fine and £1 17s 6d costs for omitting to enter Excise certificates in his stockbook on 9th May, for 3½ gallons of spirits.
FRANK LATIMER OXER 1933 - 1941
Monday 21st June 1937 - Fine of 10s for selling beer at non-permitted hours on the night of 12th June 1937. "A heavier fine would have been inflicted had the offence not been committed on Coronation Day".
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WILLIAM A HOLMAN 1959 - 1985+
   
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BRUCE & MANDY BERRY From 1997
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Said to have been operating since 1722.

For Sale by Auction Monday, 14th July 1834 by order of the surviving Trustee under the will of George Burlingham, deceased. Comprising a large Kitchen, 2 Parlours, several Chambers and a good Cellar; also 2 Stables and other Outbuildings, spacious Yards and upwards of 3 roods of valuable land adjoining. Also a substantial Cottage, used as a Butcher's Shop, contiguous to the public-house. The tenant having notice to quit at Michaelmas.

Given 1851 & 1871 as at West Church Street.

The house was valued at £620 - 25th July 1889

Mr. John Claxton directed the Sale of his Household Furniture and Effects on Thursday 23rd October 1930.

It was planned to close the house following the meeting of the First Joint Bullards and S&P Committee 29th May 1962.
"Sales of 97 barrels a year, licensee aged 41 and has been a tenant for 4 years"
 
Closed from c1989
Reopened February 1997
Award winning house by 2007.