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PLOUGH BURNHAM DEEPDALE Index
  BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED - CLOSED
BROTHERCROSS REGESTERS taken 9th September 1789 & 3rd September 1794
Licensees :
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JOHN HUBBARD
(Burnham Westgate)
here 09.09.1879
ALLIC HUBBARD
(Burnham Deepdale)
1794
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GEORGE FOX
age 72 in 1851
1836 - 1856
JOHN BUNKLE
(also as John BUNKELL)
1858 - 1879
HENRY BUNKLE
Gamekeeper & Innkeeper
* 1881 - * 1883
JOHN BENNETT
(John BANNENT 1885)
1883 - 1888
Mrs MARIA RICHES 1904
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In 1863, mail cart driver William Rider, departed from the PLOUGH every day heading through Hunstanton and Snettisham and on to Lynn.

John Bunkle was also the Warrener in charge of the Norton sandhills or meales, the property of the Earl of Oxford.

Appears as the PLOUGH COFFEE HOUSE
1883 & 1888.


The house belonged to the church and it is said it became a coffee house when Rector Kerslake decided that alcohol should not be sold on church owned property.
However the listings of 1883 and 1888 are still within the Public Houses sections of directories.