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UPPER STREET EYNESFORD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1983
EYNESFORD Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 (c1880 - 1975)
St. MARTINS BREWERY Lot No 11 in sale of John Day's Brewery 11th October 1794
Lot No 1 in sale of John Day's Brewery 9th May 1795
DEREHAM BREWERY Included in 1828 sale
BIDWELLS of Dereham
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN Closed in 1983 & delicensed.
Licensees :
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SARAH KEEN 1794
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WILLIAM DAWSON
Age 45 in 1841
1828 - 1841
FRANCIS BOGG 1845 - 1846
JAMES MALLON 1850
WILLIAM MALLON
(William Mallen 1851 & 1861)
age 51 in 1851
& lime burner 1856
(Died Q4 1870 - age 72)
1851 - 1869
JAMES WATERS
Age 45
(Died q2 1896 - age 70)
1871
EDMUND YARHAM / YARMAN
Age 40 in 1881
by 1875
NATHANIEL BATES 22.12.1884
WILLIAM MARTIN
Age 29 in 1891
16.03.1885
CHARLES PALMER 17.10.1898
HENRY BICKERS
Age 41 in 1901
01.04.1901
GIBBON RAWLING
Died Q2 1903 - age 40
11.08.1902
AMELIA RAWLING (widow) 20.07.1903
FREDERICK JOHN SMITH
(Died December 1936 - age 64)
21.12.1903 - 1935
(Mrs SARAH SMITH) (1922)
MINNIE SMITH 14.12.1936
CHARLES WYBROE 08.02.1937
JAMES RUTLAND 14.02.1938
ERNEST HENRY WORDINGHAM
(Died March 1963 - age 66)
29.07.1940
GEORGE MARSH 01.12.1952
HENRY FRED DURHAM 03.12.1956
HENRY EVERSON 04.11.1963
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The SWAN - Guist                  ( Thanks to AD)
c1930

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

In March 1835, 60 year old William Neale was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for having been found guilty of stealing a pewter pot and a beer glass from alehouse keeper William Dawson. The offence had occurred on 23rd February 1835.

Given as the BLACK SWAN 1883

Watney Mann proposed to close the house in 1970,
it survived into the 1980's.

Houses built on adjoining land to the side and rear.

Derelict and in bad repair by 1996,
a painting of White Swan on gable end deteriorating.

Repaired 1999.