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SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 (1926 - 1962)
SWAFFHAM BREWERY Part of the estate of John Morse as described 1847
WATTON BREWERY Conveyed by Thomas Crawshay Frost to Crosier Bailey & others (Cann & Clarke) 01.08.1891
WYMONDHAM BREWERY of Cann & Clarke - Sold to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS to 1961
STEWARD & PATTESON  
WATNEY MANN Closed 10.12.1974 by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd
Freehouse by 1984 - Closed c1990
Freehouse Renovated by Ed Sorrell from c1995 to reopen 12.00 noon Saturday October 2nd 1999
Licensees :
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HENRY HART
age 68 in 1851
Died 20th September 1858 - age 77
1831 - 1858
JOHN TOLMAN 1861 - 1866
HENRY HART
& blacksmith
(retired blacksmith 1891)
1869 - 1896
WALTER COOKE 1900
GEORGE HENRY STAPLETON 1904
CECIL FRANK RAND 1908
HOLLY LISTER 1912
CHARLES THOMAS KIRBY 1915 - 1916
HENRY BURTON 1922
WILLIAM ELLWOOD 1925 to 1929
CHARLES EDWARD SMITH 04.11.1929
ALBERT VICTOR MINDHAM 29.12.1947
FRANCIS ANTHONY RIX 18.12.1950
WILLIAM OSCAR CARTER 04.07.1955
GEORGE ERNEST BOWMAN 26.08.1963
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ED SORRELL 1999
SONIA & DAVE WOODFORD by 10. 2005
SHERIDAN & KATIE SMITH 2010 - 2016
SUE & ANDY SMITH
(Parents of Sheridan)
by September 2016



In June 1955 it was announced that Mr. and Mrs. Rix would be leaving at the end of July. Mr. Carter, a representative for a tractor firm, lived in Shipdham and was applying for the licence. The house was at the time, being extensively redecorated.


c1930


Lot No. 20 in sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse.
The sale of the Morse estate was held over 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
Yard, Large Garden, Club Room, Stables, Cow House & adjoining buildings, all Freehold. ~

Lot No. 8 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866.
Described as in the occupation of John Tolman and describes as a well-accustomed house, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, Cellar, Three Bedrooms, and an excellent Brick-and-Tile Club Room. Also a Blacksmith's Shop and Traverse, a Board and Tile Stable for three horses, Cattle Shed, yard, Garden, and Pightle of fine Arable Land, with considerable frontage to the high road, containing together about 2a. 2r. 0p.
Rent £19. Freehold. Tithe Rent Charge 17/6d

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Morgans sales 1960 were :
86 barrels of beer
38 spirits

Closed May 2010
Reopened as the HEART OF NORFOLK.

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