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HENSTEAD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
HENSTEAD & DEPWADE REGISTER taken 9th September 1790 & 11th September 1794
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS Property of John Youngs the Elder as recorded 17th March 1888.
Freehold property sold by Y,C&Y Partnership to Y,C,&Y Company for completion 01.02.1898
BULLARDS 1967
WATNEY MANN Closed c1983
FREEHOUSE? Reopened as Restaurant 1987
Licensees :
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ROBERT EWING  1790 - 1794
Widow EWEN 1808
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JOHN OAKLEY
( Black House )
1836
GEORGE MICKLEBURGH
( House name not given )
1841
ROBERT BUBBINGS
( Black Horse 1845 - Feathers 1846 )
1845 - 1846
WILLIAM BARKER
age 54 in 1851
Died Q2 1875 - age 82
1851 - 1875
ROBERT FRANCIS
( at Black Horse 1877 )
1875 - 1880
DAVID ABEL BEALES
& basket maker 1881
& farmer 1883, 1884
( Died March 1936 - age 89 )
1881 - 1884
WALTER THOMAS FORD 1888 - 1890
ARTHUR JAMES TITLOW
Age 26 in 1891
( Died June 1926 - age 63 ? )
1891 - 1892
JOHN BENTLEY 1896 -1897
CHARLES JONATHAN SPRUCE
( Died September 1972 - age 98 )
1900 - 1908
JAMES WILLIAM SPIGHT
Age 53
( Died December 1932 - age 75 )
1911
ROBERT RICHES 1912 - 1933
EDWARD VALENTINE NOBLE
( Died August 1990 - age 89 )
1937
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NIGEL AYTON 1994 - 2004
TED & SHIRLEY STEPHENS June 2004
   




 

FRAMINGHAM - FEATHERS - June 1912
June 1912
Mrs(?) Riches posted this card to Mrs Mann at the Lord Nelson, Dereham Road, Norwich (Licensee then Randell Mann), saying she was pleased to hear that Willie had arrived safe and well.

House dates from c1780

Advertised for sale 16th September 1809.
then in the occupation of the executors of Peter Finch Esq.
Described as formerly called the BLACK HOUSE, but now the FEATHERS.

In July 1853, 6 acres of Arable Land, to the east of the FEATHERS INN ( or BLACK HOUSE ) were offered for sale by auction. ( Land in occupation of Henry & John Riches ).

( Certainly known as the Feathers from at least 1790 )

Lot No. 7 in auction of properties held at the Swan Inn, St. Peter's, Norwich 24th September 1808. This house was amongst properties, mostly in Kirkby Bedon, including 5 Farms.



Appears on Bryants 1826 map.

Given as BLACK HOUSE 1836 & BLACK HORSE 1845 & 1877

Trading as THE OLD FEATHERS RESTAURANT 2000