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RED LION STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1900
MORGANS Leased
Licensees :
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PHILIP PENN WILSON 1830 - 1839
GEORGE CLARKE
(age 50 in 1851)
1839 - 1854
RICHARD MATTHEWS 1856
ROBERT WORTLEY 1858
WILLIAM BARNEY
age 37
* 1861
WILLIAM TUDDENHAM
( TUDMAN 1865 )
1863 - 1865
RICHARD RICHES
age 52 in 1871
1868 - 1872
JOHN GOODWIN
& farmer
Age 40 in 1881
1875 - 1883
HENRY JOHN TUDDENHAM 1888
HENRY JAMES JORDAN 1890 - 1891
........... DOUGHTY 1893
( Licence transfer dated 1st January 1895 to unknown recipient. - Possibly to Mr. Flanders)
WILLIAM FLANDERS 1896
( Licence transfer dated 15th May 1898 to unknown recipient. - Possibly to Mr. Grimson )
GEORGE GRIMSON 1900


In 1830 The coach `The MAIL' departed to Cromer, every day at 1.30pm.

Advertised for Sale as the Star Tavern, by Private Contract February 1837. Particulars were available from the Proprietor, Mr. P. P. Wilson, who would give satisfactory reasons for his disposal of the property, which included the adjoining Dwelling-house and Druggist's Shop occupied by Mr. William Bane. The Estate being Copyhold and to be sold in one lot.

Leased by John Brandram Morgan & Henry Morgan, Brewers of Norwich, from The Most Honourable William Schomberg Robert, Marquis of Lothian, Lord of the Manor of Aylsham in deed dated 1867.George Clark is given as occupant of house and previous tenant is named as Philip Penn Wilson. ( Although dated 1867 it seems that the document was written pre 1856 since it is well out of date regarding licensees from 1856 to 1867 )

Morgans are given as being tenants from 30th April 1849