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FOXLEY GREEN EYNESFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1921
Eynesford Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/ 5 (c1878 - 1929)
FAKENHAM BREWERY As recorded 1826 when offered for sale.
REEPHAM BREWERY to 1878
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1921
Licensees :
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JOHN VEWE (?) 1794
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SARAH WOODHOUSE 1826
SAMUEL POWELL
Given 1841 as a carpenter - age 60
1836
WILLIAM SIMMONS
& shoemaker
age 45 in 1841
1841 - 1851
WILLIAM HOWE
& master blacksmith
Age 52 in 1871
1854 - 1871
HENRY WRIGHT
& blacksmith & farmer
(Died Q3 1901 - age 55)
by 1872
ARTHUR EKE
& wheelwright
18.12.1893
WILLIAM THOMAS CATCHPOLE
& wheelwright
19.10.1896
ALBERT EDWARD CHAPLIN
Age 24 in 1901
17.12.1900
ELIZABETH BLYTH
(Age 54 in 1911)
17.12.1906
(THOMAS BLYTH) (1908)
(EDWARD BLYTHE)
Age 50 in 1911
(1911 - 1912)
Neither Thomas or Edward mentioned in Licence Registers 
DANIEL FROST 10.02.1913


In 1762 a weaver won a wager by going on foot from here to Norwich and back in a total time of 5 hours 35 minutes.
"He danced several Hornpipes before 6 hours were expired."

Appears as the DOG on Faden's map of 1797.

Offered for sale 20th February 1819 as the HARE & HOUNDS.
Lot 11 in sale which included 10 other licensed houses around the county.

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

Lot No. 4 in the sale of properties of Fakenham brewer James Page. Sale held Thursday 15th June 1826.
The notice to Debtors and Creditors of James Page informing them that they had three months to make claim or to settle their accounts, was dated 22nd May 1826.

Lot No. 34 in sale of Reepham Brewery estate, sold Saturday 8th June 1878, then in the occupation of Henry Wright at an annual rent of £20.
` A roadside house containing; Tap, Parlour & Pantry, Club room & Wash House; 4 Bedrooms; Also a cottage adjoining; Stable for 2 horses; Blacksmiths & Wheelwrights Shops; Straw Yard, Garden & Pightle to rear. In front is an open piece of ground also a small enclosed Pightle on the other side of the road; The whole surface being upwards of 3 acres. Copyhold of the Manor of Foxley & Bawdeswell.'
Purchased by Steward.

In 1881 the census gives the occupants as:
Henry Wright (35), wife Elizabeth (36), sons Herbert E (10), Edgar W (7) Sidney A (5), Gerald (1) and Percy Charles (2 months), plus daughters Evelyn F (9) and May Eliza (3). Lydia Williamson is given as a servant.

Advertised in the Norfolk Chronicle of 25th August 1900 as being available to let. ` With 3 acres of land and Blacksmiths Shop, 2 miles from Foulsham station, GER. Apply to Steward & Patteson, Pockthorpe Brewery, Norwich.'

Licence dropped 1921
Sold 1922.