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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ARMS BLICKLING index
BLICKLING ROAD SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE Tel 01263 732133
SOUTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTERS September 1794 &  PS 2/5/1 & PS 2/5/3 ( 3 Feb 1925 to c1982 )
FREEHOUSE Peoples Refreshment House Association 1925 & 1927 (PRHA Ltd)
FREEHOUSE Marquis of Lothian (as Licence Register 1925 - 1942)
      WATNEY MANN ( East Anglia) Ltd 04.04.1967 - As recorded in Licence Register
  NATIONAL TRUST   As Licence Register 1975
Licensees :
SAMUEL MILLS 1756
THOMAS BELL 1794
Miss BELL
( Married Alfred Bloss 1811 )
1811
ALFRED ALGERNON BLOSS 1826
THEOPHILUS WELLS
( died Q1 1841 )
1836 - 1841
ROBERT UTTING WELLS
age 30 & farming 40 acres in 1851
( All Estate & Effects assigned to trustees 11th January 1859 for the benefit of his Creditors )
1841 - 1858
WILLIAM SMART
& farmer 40 acres 1861 - age 48
& farmer 50 acres 1871 - age 57
1861 - 1877
GEORGE HAWKINS
& farmer
age 39 in 1881
1879 - 1900
( Licence transfer dated 16th October 1900 to unknown recipient. - Probably to Mr. Cobb )
ELI COBB
age 35 in 1901
(& Elizabeth Cobb 1905)
1901 - 1916
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JOHN RODWAY
Died Q1 1929 - age 54
1922 - 1929
NANCY RODWAY 09.04.1929
PERCY AUCKLAND SWALLOW 03.04.1934
JAMES WILFRED DAWSON 11.06.1935
WILLIAM ABBOTT 01.03.1938
CORNELIUS O'DONAGHUE 14.05.1940
LILY O'DONAGHUE 04.02.1941
WILLIAM GEORGE ANDERSON 10.04.1951
WILLIAM CHARLES LEWIS WYDENBACK 03.06.1952
JOHN SYDNEY BAXTER 13.04.1954
JOHN L D ABBOT 27.12.1957
Mrs ELLEN M A ABBOTT 01.06.1971
ROBERT DOWSON-SMITH 22.02.1972
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NIGEL ELLIOTT 1985
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c1914
1914

Built 1693 for (and presumably by) the estate bricklayer.

Extended c1740 and became an Alehouse.
The barn to the West was also built c1740 and
used as accommodation for both the servants and horses
of the visitors to Lord Buckingham at the Hall.
The southern room still contains feeding troughs and hay racks.

A Main of Cocks fought here 21st April 1790.
Held between the Gentlemen of Aylsham and the Gentlemen of Little Walsingham to shew Fifteen Mains and Five Byes, for Five Guineas a Battle and Twenty the Odd.

BLICKLING ARMS 1845 & 1851

BUCKINGHAM ARMS 1790, 1865 & 1891

Robert Utting Wells, publican and farmer, assigned all of his estate and assets to his creditors as described in an indenture dated January 11th 1859. All of his household furniture whether for use as ornamental fixture, beers, liquors, horses, carriages, live and dead stock, growing crops, implements of trade and husbandry plus all other goods whatsoever were to be bargained, sold, assigned, transferred or set to his creditors. These included Samuel Grimmer of Norwich, Wine Merchant, Philip Primrose of Trunch, Beer Brewer and Thomas Smith of Blickling, all of whom gained Power and Authority of the assets. The weaving apparel of Mr Wells and his family were exempt from forfeiture.

The debts were itemised as:-
£31...... J Woodrow
£50 ..... Thomas Smith exor for J Brown
£39/18/- .... Primrose & Co
£23/16/- ....William Primrose by Philip Primrose
£23/9/10 .... Leonard Harman & Sons
£82/1/6 .... Grimmer & Co
£21/18/- ... Isaac Wiseman
£15/0/11 .... John Chapman
£15/5/- .... Charles Barker by William Forster, his attorney
£9/17/1 .... Burcham Parmenter
£0/13/- George E Tattam
£3/17/6 .... Bullock Brothers
£0/6/3 .... H Laxen
£5/11/2 .... William England
£12/18/- .... Thomas Gritterson
£2/9/- .... Henry Craft
£1/4/6 .... B S Austen
£2/14/- .... Robert Margetson
£0/16/- .... James Sands
£0/12/- .... M Symonds
£7/0/6 .... R K Morton
£2/13/- .... G E Burrell
£16/0/4 .... J Salmon
£1/6/3 .... Fred Wright
£5/10/6 .... James Brown
£8.... Robert Palmer
£1/16/- .... Edward Sendall
£3/1/8 .... James Leo Case
£ 2/12/6 .... Richard Clarke
£1 .... William Chapman

A total debt of some £402
 

 

Blickling 29.09.1996
September 1996

 

Map ref TG1728



Map ref TG1728