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COLTISHALL BREWERY For sale by auction 1796 & again 1841
BULLARDS   
WATNEYS 04.04.1967
NORWICH BREWERY from 1976
       
Licensees :
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JOSEPH BROWNE
Died approx April 1780
1780
Mrs ANN SPRINGTHORPE
Died  May 1794
to 1794
JACOB WATSON
( Previously at Popinjay, Norwich )
from August 1794
THOMAS NEVE by October 1802
STEPHEN BUTTLE
( died Q4 1852 ? )
1836
JOHN BURRELL
age 40 in 1841
1839 - 1841
GEORGE GRAY
& shopkeeper
1845 - 1846
WILLIAM BROWNSELL 
age 25 in 1851
1850 - * 1851
ROBERT LOWE 1854
WILLIAM BROWNSELL 1856
JOHN IVES
age 74 in 1861
1858 - 1861
Mrs ELIZABETH BURRELL 1863
WILLIAM FEEK
& horsebreaker
1863 - 1865
JOHN PRATT
Agent for Oil & Cale, Manures, Coal & Coke, Beer Wholesale
and Barge Owner
( Died Q1 1868 - age 50 )
1868
Mrs MARY PRATT 1869 - 1877
EDWARD FULLER 1879
FREDERICK JOHN PAYNE
age 30 in 1881
1881 - 1883
GEORGE SARGENT
age 56 in 1891
1888 - 1892
HERBERT JOHN BULLETT ( Buller ?)
age 35 in 1901
18.02.1896 - 1901
HERBERT GARRARD 1904
LEONARD ARCHIE ROBERTS 1908 - 1916
ALBERT HARMER 1922 to 1928
BLANCHE MARIA HARMER 10.04.1928
DONALD PAGE 14.11.1933
RALPH GORDON CRISP 14.11.1961
JAMES FREDERICK EARL 06.12.1966
PAT & ROY CHAPMAN by 1974
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KEVIN GARDNER by 2012
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The KINGS HEAD c1920
c1920

The Kings Head - Coltishall - 1990
1990

Offered to Let ( due to death of tenant Joseph Browne ) and entered upon immediately, 22nd April 1780. `In full Trade with extensive Stabling and suitable Accommodations. Apply to Mr. Ives Brewing Office in Coltishall.'

In 1795 the house hosted the inaugural dinner of the South Erpingham Association for Prosecuting Stealers of Horses, Neat Beasts, Hogs, Pigs, Sheep, Lambs, Poultry, Wood, Gates, Stiles, Irons, Corn & Grain, etc.

Lot no. 2 in sale by auction 21st May 1796.
`Complete with Coach Houses, Stables, Outhouses, Yard and Appurtenances thereto belonging - Also a Small Cottage adjoining - All Freehold'

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Having taken on the KINGS HEAD, complete with household furniture and Brewing Utensils, Thomas Neve held an auction at the house on Monday 25th October 1802 in order to sell his own furniture and equipment which included 4 beds and bedding, chairs, tables eight-day clock, bath and other stoves, looking glass, brewing copper of 40 gallons, mash tub, beer casks, a pony....etc.

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Coltishall Subscription Ball held in the New Rooms on Wednesday 2nd November 1803.

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Lot no 28 in sale by auction 14th to 17th September 1841.
Sold to Bullards?

A Bullards representative wrote to the area Licensed Property Valuer  2nd August 1963 - `Further to your visit to this office on Wednesday of this week I have seen the licensee this morning and he is quite happy for your suggested new gross figure of £180 p.a. ....'