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ROSE & CROWN GREAT MASSINGHAM Index
LYNN ROAD FREEBRIDGE - LYNN HUNDRED BEERHOUSE
FULL LICENCE from 05.05.1954
Now called the
DABBLING DUCK
ELIJAH EYRE Offered for sale by auction 22nd July 1878
MORGANS From at least 1880 according to a Fire Insurance policy
STEWARD & PATTESON 1961
WATNEY MANN  
Freehouse Closed early 2001 `due to lack of trade' - Proposed to turn into private dwelling.
Re-opened 02.12.2006
Licensees :
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JOHN SMITH
& butcher
Age 60 in 1861
* 1854 - * 1865
WILLIAM SMITH
( Given as brewer 1869 - 1877 )
Age 30 in 1871
* 1868 - * 1879
JAMES FISH
& cooper - age 45
1881
JOHN KIDALL
& saddler
Age 50 in 1891
Died Q3 1909 - age 70
1883 - 1908
Mrs MARY KIDELL
( Temporary licence )
Died Q1 1912 - age 71
06.09.1909 - 1911
FREDERICK WILLIAM KIDALL
(Died September 1955 - age 81)
by 1912
HAROLD WALTER OLIVER 19.10.1953
NORMAN BALLANCE
Died December 1960 - age 41
01.12.1958
JESSIE HEPBURN BALLANCE 16.01.1961
MARJORIE GLADYS KATHLEEN HEBRON-MARSH
(Died December 2001 - age 88)
07.12.1964
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BARBARA & JULIE MORGAN 1994 - 2001
Closed 2001 - 2006
Re-opened 02.12.2006 as the DABBLING DUCK
JASON TRIBE December 2006



Rose & Crown - Gt. Massingham - 06.04.1997
06.04.1997

Rebuilt c1890

Home of the Massingham Crown Brass Band c1920
Secretary G. P. Thomas : Conductor G. F. Fish.

Full licence of the OAK, Gt. Massingham, removed to these premises 5th May 1954.

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
Barrels of Beer 192
Spirits 99

D. A. Yates recommended 1969 & 1970

Threatened with permanent closure 2001



Re-opened Saturday 2nd December 2006
with the name changed to the
DABBLING DUCK