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GUILTCROSS HUNDRED - CLOSED 03.03.1969
GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
JOHN CHAMBERS senior of Thetford - mortgagee in possession 1832 - Copyhold property
SWAFFHAM BREWERY Listed as part of the estate of John Morse 1847
BIDWELLS Purchased from Bidwells 01.04.1905 by E C Quilter
BULLARDS 1924
WATNEY MANN Closed by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd 1969
Licensees :
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CHARLES ADAMS 1765
HENRY CRACK 1783
RICHARD RAINBIRD
(House name listed as White ..)
1789
JONATHAN RAINBIRD 1794
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GEORGE KERRISON 1829 - 1839
JOHN EAGLING
age 35 in 1841
1841 - 1845
LEONARD TILLOTT
(& Mrs DRAKE - In Cottage?)
1846 - 1847
ISAAC MILLER
age 64 in 1851
(wife Ann died Dec 1856)
1850 - 1856
WILLIAM BUSSEY
age 58 in 1861
1858 - 1865
CHARLES WILLIAM TILLOTT
Charles William Tillott 1875 & 1879
William Charles Tillott 1883 (White)
Charles William Tillott 1883 (Kelly)
(died December 1906)
1868 - 1883
Nobody listed 1888
GEORGE EDWARDS
& carpenter
age 58 in 1891
age 66 in 1901 - Publican & carpenter - a Common Lodging House
1890 - 1901
EDGAR BATEMAN 1904 - 1912
JAMES GARWOOD 1916 - 1925
ERNEST FROST 1929 - 1937
Mrs. L. M. HINCHLEY to 10.1953
ALAN GERALD FROST 19.10.1953
   


The White Hart - East Harling - Image supplied by Tony
c1939

Premises sold 18th December 1765, then in the occupation of Mr Adams.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 6th September 1783 advised:-
Henry Crack, at the WHITE HART, begs Leave to inform his Customers and the Public in general, that he shall continue letting Hurdles, on Tuesday the 16th Day of September inst. being the Sheep-Shew Day, at the Rate of Three Shillings per Dozen (notwithstanding Mr Wright who has done all in his Power to prevent him) when the Company of Gentlemen, Farmers, and others, will be esteemed a Favour, by their most obedient humble Servant,
Henry Crack.
N.B. A good Ordinary will be provided at One o'Clock.
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Tasker Egeions pleaded guilty at the Sessions held January 1829, of stealing, on the 4th January, two sheets belonging to publican George Kerrison. Sentenced to two calendar months' hard labour in the gaol.

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Lot No. 38 in sale, by order of the trustees of the late JOHN MORSE.
Sale held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
Cottage, Barn, Stables, Gig House, & Other requisite buildings & a large yard & garden. Copyhold to the Manor of East Harling.

Valued at £380, including 10 acres of land, 25.07.1889