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WHITE HART STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1906
FREE TRADE Assume beers sold were brewed in house
Licensees :
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PETER DURRANT 1820
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MARY KING 1830
HENRY POLL
& brewer
age 58 in 1861
( Died Q1 1880 )
*1836 to *1865
WILLIAM COOPER
age 51 in 1871
( Died Q2 1886 )
1871 - *1883
SAMUEL DUCKER
& carpenter & wheelwright
1888 -1899
ARTHUR J MARCH
age 41
1901


Mrs Ann Durrant, wife of Peter Durrant, master of the Bull, died 11th June 1821, age 48.


As named 1891


On 7th June 1831 Mary King appeared in the Court House, Norwich, in the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors. Under the description of Matters of Petitions and Schedules of the Prisoners hereinafter named, she is described as `late of Aylsham, Common Brewer and Publican, and the widow of Richard King, formerly of Felmingham, Cattle Jobber, and late of Aylsham aforesaid, Common Brewer, deceased.


Henry Poll, beer brewer, died 20th March 1880.
His widow, Isabella was granted probate 1st June 1880.
His estate was noted as being worth less than £300.

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 27th June 1899.
The Only Free House in Town - In occupation of Samuel Ducker who was to give up possession at Michaelmas 1899.
With a frontage to White Hart Street of 74 feet and a return frontage to Town street of 266 feet.