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11 St NICHOLAS STREET DISS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
DISS HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 18th September 1789 & 19th September 1794 & DISS LICENCE REGISTERS PS 16/5/1 (1928 - 1969)
DISS BREWERY  From some time after 1777 to sale 1823.
LACONS  
WHITBREAD  
ADNAMS  
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Licensees :
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JAMES GOBBETT 1789 - 1794
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RICHARD COLLINS 1822
ROBERT RAINBIRD
Went to FISHING BOAT, Yarmouth
1829 - 1836
JOHN SHAW
age 55 in 1851
1839 - 1851
ROBERT HEWITT 1854 - 1861
SAMUEL HEWITT
& farmer
Died Q3 1875 - age 75
1863 - 1875
CHARLOTTE HEWITT 22.09.1875
Mrs MARY ANN NUNN 1877 - 1900
JOHN HEAD 1904
WILLIAM EDWARD CATCHPOLE to 04.1907
JOSEPH HERBERT WEBB 24.04.1907 - 1908
JOSEPH MOODY 1912 - 1915
ELLIS HAYWARD 12.01.1916 to 1930
ERNEST BLYTH 08.01.1930
WILLIAM GROVER 14.01.1937
WALTER READ 25.08.1938
JOHN WILLIAM ERNEST LACON by 1964
GEORGE CHAMPNESS undated
REGINALD J DUNNETT by 1969
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TRINA WIGBY by 12.2006
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SIMON MUSK &
KIM EVANS
December 2015
 
PAUL LEEVES &
KATHERYN DUFFEE
(Number 11)
May 2018


The Two Brewers - 20.07.1996
July 1996

At the Sessions held January 1829, George Chenery was sentenced to 14 days hard labour for stealing two pewter measures, the property of Robert Rainbird.

See p10 - ` Memories of Old Diss'  by Dennis Cross, published 1994


Became the NUT BUSH Restaurant
Closed.

Re-opened as the TWO BREWERS December 2015

Closed.

To reopen Wednesday 16th May 2018 as the NUMBER 11 - Restaurant and Bar.