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Thursday 29th October 1829
Robert Brock was indicted for stealing a quantity of leaden pipe from the brewhouse of Mr. James Nicholson the elder.

 


CROWN  BREWERY
Norwich Street

COOPER-BROWN and DAY to 1890.
Licence transferred to COOPER-BROWN, Crown Brewery Friday 6th June 1890.

COOPER BROWN & Co
also at Eaton Brewery, Newmarket Road, Eaton, Norwich.
Taken over by Steward & Patteson in 1923


DEREHAM BREWERY
Baxter Row
Offered for sale in 1828 (ref NRO Spe 148.315X6)
Houses named in sale :-
Bowling Green, Wells
Bull, East Dereham
Chequers, Gressenhall
Cock, Hingham
Crown, Rougham
Falgate, Stibbard
Flower Pot, Great Dunham
Fox & Hounds, Lyng
Fox & Hounds, Weasenham St Peter
George, Mattishall
Green Man, Little Snoring
Horse Shoes, Stibbard (later Kings Arms)
Hurdle, Horningtoft
Jolly Farmers, East Dereham
Kings Arms, Garveston
Kings Head, Whissonsett
Lord Nelson, East Dereham
Lord Nelson, Great Fransham
Maids Head, Swaffham
Ostrich, Longham
Pineapple, Great Fransham
Ploughshire, Beeston
Rose, East Dereham
Royal Oak, Mileham
Swan, East Bilney
Swan, East Dereham
Swan, Gressenhall
Swan, Guist
Swan, Shipdham
Swan, Whissonsett
Three Horse Shoes, Wood Norton
Three Tuns, Fakenham
Unicorn, Mileham
Woolpack, Yaxham



Owned by John Ward and then William Taylor.
By 1880's owned by William Tuthill - Cousin of William Taylor.
The estate consisted of some 26 licensed houses in 1890


SOUTH GREEN  BREWERY
Rash's Green.

BIDWELL & Co.
Possibly built by the Rash Family.
(Sarah Bidwell was the niece of Samuel Rash and benefited by £20 in his will dated 1794)

Owned by the Bidwell family to take-over by Bullard & Sons in 1924

(Maltings built in Neatherd Road by national brewers Whitbread in 1888)