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MILLGATE STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 01.10.1961
SOUTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTERS Septyember 1794 &  PS 2/5/1 & PS 2/5/2 (3 Feb 1925 to 1975)
FRANCIS PARMENTER Opened as a public house 1781
REEPHAM BREWERY Bircham & Sons from 1833
STEWARD & PATTESON 1878 to 1961
Licensees :
JOHN JENNINGS 1781 - 1798
JOSEPH DEAN 1795
JAMES MARSH 1795 - 1797
JOHN HARRIMAN 1798 - 1804
WILLIAM WILSON 1805 - 1830
WILLIAM MASH
& farmer & builder
age 40 in 1841
(died Q1 1849)
1836 - 1846
JAMES FITT
& gardener
(age 54 1851)
1850 - 1856
ROBERT EASTON
age 31 in 1861
1858 - 1865
THOMAS  WRIGHT
& water bailiff
age 59 in 1871
1868 - 1875
THOMAS READ 1875 - 1888
JAMES TIGHT
& fish curer
age 55 in 1901
1890 - 1901
ERNEST CLARKE
& fish curer
1904 - 1933
HENRIETTA CLARKE 13.06.1933
CLIFFORD JAMES SPINK 13.09.1938
Fine £4 for selling out of hours. 19.12.1939
RAYMOND N FLECK
(Brewery Representative)
14.11.1961









Additional information provided with permission of  Elizabeth Gale.

See `AYLSHAM INNS & PUBLIC HOUSES, a History'
The ANCHOR - Aylsham - c1904
c1904

Building existed 1746.

Purchased by Robert Parmenter 1771, then described as two messuages adjoining.
Licensed by 1793 when Parmenter left it to his daughter, Ann Lungley, wife of Suffolk farmer Isaac Lungley.

Had a herring curing house.

HOPE & ANCHOR - 1864

Lot No 16 in sale of REEPHAM Brewery Saturday 8th June 1878.
At that time let to Thomas Read at an annual rent of £20.00
Described as `A Carriers House just outside Town on road to North Walsham containing :
Large Parlour, Good Tap and Bar, Stone Paved Cellar, Kitchen and Store Room; Four Bedrooms, Two Attics, Yard in Rear with gates to Road in which there is Stabling for about 20 Horses and a Skittle Ground.; Also Good Gardens bounded by River : Three Cottages are also included, One of which is included with the Public House. Total Rent £5/5/- per annum : Copyhold to the Manor of Aylsham Wood.'
The lot was purchased by STEWARD.

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Police Sergeant George Bussey informed the Petty Sessions Magistrate 15th March 1920 that John Burrell, labourer of Thwaite All Saints, did offend against the Defence Of The Realm regulations
10th March 1920, by Drinking Intoxicating Liquor, to wit, Beer during such hours as Prohibited By Order.
Mr John Burrell was fined £1 on 23rd March 1920.

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Reported to 1st Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P
(29 May 1962) as being closed.
(S&P record BR 259/71 gives date of 02.10.1961
Licence Register states 31.10.1961)