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CHURCH SQUARE NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1983
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 to 24/9/3 ( 1872 - c1982 )
WILLIAM RANSOM 1767 ( Recorded as paying rates - Owner or tenant ? )
JOHN ROOSE 1781 ( Recorded as paying rates - Owner or tenant ? )
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NATHANIEL NEWSTEAD FIELD of Runton by 1873
FREDERICK WILLIAM FREEMAN 1920
FREDERICK PERCY FREEMAN 1923
MORGANS 24.03.1938
STEWARD & PATTESON 1961
WATNEY MANN
Licensees :
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WILLIAM DAVISON 1789
JOHN BAYFIELD 1790
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ELLIS NEWSTEAD
ship owner
1841
JAMES WITTING
age 40 in 1851
+ Wine & Spirit merchant & joiner & builder
( JOHN WITTING aged 89 also given 1851)
1848 to 1886
WILLIAM PORTER BAKER 27.09.1886
SALLY AUGUSTA BAKER 25.11.1901
FREDERICK WILLIAM FREEMAN 01.11.1920
FREDERICK PERCY FREEMAN 08.08.1923
HORACE FREDERICK SCOTT 28.03.1938
LEONARD ROBERT WILKIN 29.07.1940
GEORGE WILLIAM BROWNE 15.06.1942
JOHN R CHEESE 14.04.1947
JOHN DUNLOP 16.01.1950
KEITH JOSEPH KNIGHT 14.12.1953
OSCAR GEORGE WILLIAM IZARD 19.09.1955
JOHN PATRICK HUMPHRIES 17.03.1958
PHILIP JOHN GLOVER 02.03.1959
BERNARD PERCIVAL HALL 11.04.1960
ROY JOHN CLAPP 15.01.1970
MARGARET CECILIA CLAPP 03.06.1971
MARGARET CECILIA ANDERSON 19.10.1973
DAVID WILLIAM BALCHIN 15.01.1981

Mrs Witting at the doorway with daughters Sally and Edith. Image thanks to Robin Witting
Mrs Witting and daughters Sally & Edith
c1880
Image provided by Robin Witting - many thanks.


Appears as the CROWN in 1861 census.

Sally A. Baker applied on Monday 12th January 1902, for an occasional licence, for 10:00am to 5:00pm, the following Monday, for a pigeon shooting match on Mr. Callow's field. Aware that such a licence had been granted to the house for several years previously, the magistrates said they were sorry, but under the new Act, they were not going to grant such licenses.

Morgans sales in 1960 were :-
256 barrels of beer
70 spirits.