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WATNEY MANN    
BRENT WALKER     
PHOENIX INNS For sale June 1996
FREEHOUSE 1996
Licensees :
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? 1803 
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SIMON READ CROWE 1836
HENRY HENRY
aged 75 in 1851
& farmer 10 acres
( Henry Henery  1841 & 1856 )
Died Q3 1856?
1841 - 1856
WILLIAM YOUNGS
& farmer 10 acres
( William Francis Youngs 1891 )
( Died Q4 1907 - age 88 )
1858 - 1896
HERBERT PRESS
Age 37 in 1901
( Farmer at Alpington by 1911 )
1900 - 1901
GEORGE EDWARD FORD
& farmer & rate collector.
Age 40 in 1911
1904 - 1916
MATTHIAS BASHAM
( Died June 1941 - age 70 )
1922 - 1925
....... DUNTHORNE 1929
HENRY CHARLES SYMONDS
Died September 1940 - age 65
1933 - 1937
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STANLEY WRIGHT
( known as Steptoe - daughter Eta would like to hear of any tales from his times here )
( Stanley died  January 1998, wife Mary died 2012 )
1960 - 1988
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LINDA & TED PARKER August 1996
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The sign 1997
Image by Steve Shaw

 
Following a mock battle at Bramerton common 12th October 1803, all the Norwich Volunteers were treated to porter; and the Officers and Gentlemen of the Loddon Troop were handsomely regaled by Captain Smyth, with cold beef and porter.
Participants in the exercise had included 5 Companies of Shropshire Militia, the Loyal Norwich Volunteers, about 200 men of the City of Norwich Volunteer Regiment, the Squadron of Norwich Light Horse and the Blofield troop. There were 4 field-pieces and 2 howitzers. The Loyal Norwich Volunteers, the Loddon and Blofield troops acted as French. The battle ended with the French hoisting a flag of truce.

Mentioned in the 1860 diary of Shephard Taylor.

Listed as SEA GULL 1884

Closure proposed at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962 - Not Agreed.

Sales given as 34 barrels.


 

 

 

The sign in the year 2000 - showing a Gannet not a Gull. Image taken by Steve Shaw

The sign 02.01.2000 - A Gannet !
Image taken by Steve Shaw