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NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 to 24/9/2 (1872 - 1969)
JOHN WHITTING to 1817
THOMAS BROWN 1822
PHILIP S PRIMROSE of Trunch
WILLIAM AMIS 1882
Exors. of W. AMIS 1901
CHARLES AMIS & HORACE WALPOLE AMIS 04.02.1903
Mr & Mrs LIMMER 1926
STEWARD & PATTESON 1936 ( Register ) : Purchased in 1935 for £5900 according to S&P records.
WATNEY MANN  Closed 20.02.1970
FREEHOUSE Reopened by John Bridges as freehouse early 1970
Selling Greene King by 1980 : Adnams, Greene King & Sam Smiths by 1985
Licensees :
JOHN WHITTING to 1817
THOMAS BRAWN 1822
ROBERT SUNMAN 1830 - 1831
THOMAS HARRISON 1836
TABITHA RANSOM
age 38 in 1851
1839 - 1854
WILLIAM COOPER from 01.1856
WILLIAM WALPOLE AMIS
& horse & fly letter
10.1858
CHARLES AMIS 18.02.1901
SYDNEY JAMES LIMMER 29.03.1926
ALFRED M NEAL 30.03.1936
KENNETH HEARD 23.11.1936
STANLEY BULLOCK 01.05.1944
JOHN PHILIP BULLOCK 19.09.1955
H. W. HOWE 23.11.1961
GEOFFREY DODDING 20.02.1975
JOHN BRIDGES 19.03.1970
ERIC & SHELAGH HOPWOOD 1990 - 1999
SIMONE & LEONA HOPWOOD 1999 -
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Built c1790 and adjoined fishermen's cottages, one of which is said to have been the birthplace of Henry Blogg. The cottages were later demolished and the Wellington was extended.

The premises were offered for sale 24th March 1817
owing to the bankruptcy of John Whitting.
Property described as comprising entrance hall, 2 parlours, a dining room ( 25ft x 16ft ), a tearoom ( 18ft x 16ft ) with balcony which commands a beautiful view over the German Ocean, 9 excellent bed-rooms, servants rooms and attics, an excellent bar, cooking kitchen, tap-room, brew-house and pump adjoining. Good wine vaults and beer cellars.
The above being lately put into complete and substantial repair and the greater part being new built at considerable expense.

( Lot 2 in the auction was a newly built brick & tiled house at Edgefield -
In the occupation of ....... Ford )


Given as the LORD WELLINGTON in 1830 when carrier John Cushing left for Fakenham every Thursday at 9:00am.

All the Neat and Modern Household Furniture and Effects of Mr. R. Sunman were offered For Sale by Auction Monday 24th October 1831.

Destroyed by fire in 1890's and rebuilt.

Alterations to premises approved by the magistrates Monday 1st February 1904.

Damaged by enemy action 27.07.1942