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WALSHAM ROAD SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE See Railway Tavern
Mrs Mary BARBER Conveyed by Mrs Barber & Mortgagees to Oldman Carter 28 November 1879
PRIMROSE Conveyed to MORGANS by Betsy Neal Primrose & Oldman Carter (TRUNCH Brewery) 30 September 1895
MORGANS see RAILWAY INN
Licensees :
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MASON B FENN 
age 39 in 1851
(Given as a glover 1845 & 1850, no mention of beer)
* 1851 - 1856
JOHN ROWLAND 1858
MARY SMITH
age 45 in 1861
* 1861 - 1868
WILLIAM GIBSON 1868 - 1869
JAMES BUSSENS
& blacksmith
age 42 in 1871
(Died Q3 1873)
1871 - 1873
Mrs ELLEN BUSSENS
(age 38 in 1871)
1873 - 1875
SAMUEL WHITE 1879
ROBERT HUMPHREY
age 36 in 1881
1881 - 1890
JAMES PITCHER
& farmer
age 39 in 1891
1891 - 1892
FREDERICK JOHN STARLING 19.05.1896
(Licence transfer dated 15th May 1898 to unknown recipient. - Possibly to Mr. Mason)
EDWARD MASON
age 49 in 1901
1900 - 1901
JOHN THOMAS PEEK 1904
RICHARD JAMES CHASTON 1908
WILLIAM SMITHDALE
age 49 in 1911
1911 - 1912

Built in 1687
Originally known as the WHITE SWAN to 1703

Partially demolished in 1802 following a fire in 1798, which was caused by the dress of a maidservant catching alight since she stood too close to an open hearth.

Found in 1822 as the NEW TAVERN.

Renamed the RAILWAY INN after 1912 but before 1916

(The railway line opened 1879)

 

Thanks to Ro & Sam Copson for the update 23.02.2005