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GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
Licensees :
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JOHN RUSH 1783 - 1789
JOHN EDWARDS  1794
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The Norfolk Chronicle of 20th September 1783 reported .......

To be Sold,
An Estate in Tibenham, in the County of Norfolk, consisting of a Messuage, with Barn, Stable, and other Outhouses, and of several Inclosures of good Land contiguous thereto, containing together about 60 Acres, the greatest Part of which is Freehold, now under Lease to William GOODERHAM, for a Term of Seven Years, Five of which are unexpired, at the Rent of 40 pounds per Annum.
  Also an Estate in Banham, consisting of a Messuage, Barn, Stable, and other convenient Outhouses, and of several Inclosures of Land, containing together about 42 Acres (Part Freehold and Part Copyhold), now in the Occupation of Thomas REYNOLDS, at the yearly Rent of 30 pounds and upwards.
And also a Messuage, in Banham aforesaid, being a well-accustomed Public-house, and known by the Name or SIGN OF THE CHEQUER, with Barn, Stable, and other convenient Outhouses, and several Inclosures of rich Land adjoining (Part Free and Part Copyhold), now in the Occupation of John RUSH, at the Rent of 16 pounds 16 shillings per Annum.

Enquire for further Particulars of Mr ALGAR, at Old Buckenham, in the said County.

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Shown on Bryants map of 1826
Located south of New Buckenham towards Banham.

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Mentioned 1881 as `The Old Chequers, Hardwick Road'
then in the occupation of Mary Adams (40), farmer.
Mary Adams is at Chequer Farm in 1891