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- DEPWADE HUNDRED - CLOSED before 1967
HENSTEAD & DEPWADE REGISTER taken 11th September 1794
WYMONDHAM BREWERY named in Cann & Clarke document 26th May 1876 as late HAPTON HOLE.
MORGANS from 11.05.1894
Licensees :
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RICHARD LANDSELL 1794
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ROBERT DIX
Age 30 in 1841
1836 - 1841
JOHN DIX
age 34 in 1851
1845 - 1883
JOHN ARNOLD 1888
JOHN LEE GREEN
& blacksmith
1890 - 1892
SAMUEL SLIGHT 1896 - 1900
EDWARD EVERITT to 1902
DANIEL GRAY 1902 - 1904
Mrs ANNA MARIA GRAY
Age 53 in 1911
1908 - 1922
Convicted since last session of an offence under the Child Messenger Act ? - As reported at licensing session 9th February 1909
WILLIAM ROBERT WOODS 1925 - 1937
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See HAPTON HOLE.

 

In 1904 Edward Everitt (then at Aslacton Bell) took action in court against Daniel Grey. It was to recover the sum of £6/15/10 being the valuation of trees, fruit and rose bushes etc.
The sum had been agreed by valuers Borrett for Everitt and the late
Standley for Grey at the time of the latter taking over the house in 1902.

His Honour found in favour of the plaintiff for the full amount plus costs.

Hapton White Horse - Whitsun 1917. Thanks to Paul & Sheila Patrick. 12.2006
A gathering at Whitsun, 1917
Image thanks to Paul & Sheila Patrick

Shown on Bryants 1826 map as the White Horse
but referenced 1824 as the HAPTON HOLE.



Detail from the 1917 image provided by Paul & Sheila Patrick.
It is probably Anna Gray with the serving jug and
H. Smith, Rat Catcher seems singled out for special attention.

( Anna Grey was the mother of Mrs. ( Joseph William ) Brown at the ROYAL OAK, St. Augustines, Norwich.)