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NORWICH LANE FOREHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 07.04.1970
STEWARD & PATTESON   
WATNEY MANN   
Licensees :
JAMES DOUBLEDAY
age 50 in 1841
1836 - 1846
THOMAS BALES
age 37 in 1851
& cattle dealer
& farmer 45 acres 1861
( died Q1 1887 - age 73 ? )
1851 - 1883
Fine of 20s including costs, on Tuesday 4th February 1867 for allowing gambling on his premises on the previous Sunday.
GEORGE BREEZE 1888
JOHN STEPHEN READ
& farmer
age 81 in 1901
Died Q1 1904
1890 - 1901
Mrs ELIZABETH READ
( age 52 in 1901 )
re-married Q3 1906?
1904
FREDERICK PARTRICK
age 43 in 1911
1908 - 1916
WILLIAM H SMITH
( died Q4 1933 ? )
1922 - 1933
THOMAS RICHARD RUSH 1937
ALBERT TUBBY ? to closure

Image from the collection of the late Percy Rush. Copyright 2008
1897 image from the collection of the late Percy Rush.
Shown with permission


As the NEGRO 1836.
The BLACKAMOOR 1845, 1854 & 1863
The NEGRO INN 1851.

The quiet little village held its annual dinner for farmers and tradesmen on Tuesday17th November 1863. The evening passed very pleasantly with about forty people attending. Mr. Bales provided a good plain and substantial dinner.

On the evening of Tuesday 31st October 1843, the South Pickenham Coursing Party dined at the BLACKAMOOR INN, Colton, and spent the evening in conviviality.

Site included Bowling green and 7.5 acres of land when sold 1970.