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Bullard and Sons; 1864-1967; brewers; Norwich, Norfolk
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Bullards, Norwich

  • BR 164
  • Fonds
  • 1731-1954

Listed in the following order: Title Deeds, Anchor Brewery Site; Title Deeds, Other Properties; Leases and Assignments; Business Records.

Bullard and Sons; 1864-1967; brewers; Norwich, Norfolk

Black Horse Inn, Chapel Street

Summary of Work: Proposed conversion of loft to games roomOwner/Applicant: Bullard & Son s LtdBuilder/Architect: Bernard L. NicholsonAdditional information: Application approved

Black Horse Inn, Chapel Street

Summary of Work: Proposes alterations to club roomOwner/Applicant: Bullard & Sons LtdBuilder/Architect: Bullard & Sons LtdAdditional information: Unclear if application approved or application refused

The Estuary Tavern, West Lynn

Summary of Work: Proposed alterationsOwner/Applicant: Messrs Bullard & SonBuilder/Architect: Donald J. ChastneyAdditional information: Unclear if application approved or application refused

The Portland Arms, Wisbech Road

Summary of Work: Proposed alterationsOwner/Applicant: Messrs Bullard & SonBuilder/Architect: Donald J. ChastneyAdditional information: Unclear if application approved or application refused

Conveyance by John Boyce to Bullard and Sons of 'The Railway Stores', with outbuildings

Price £1,650. With a memorandum that by deed of exchange between the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Norwich and Bullard and Sons, a small portion of the property (not specified) was conveyed to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Norwic...

John Boyce; fl 1889; Old Catton, Norfolk

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