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SMITHDON, DOCKING & BROTHERCROSS LICENCE REGISTERS PS 13/4/1 & 2 (1949 to 1975)
ELIJAH EYRES   
MORGANS  
STEWARD & PATTESON From 01.10.1961
WATNEY MANN  
CHEF & BREWER  
BRENT WALKER  
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Licensees :
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THOMAS COLLISON
age 76 in 1851
*1841 - *1851
MARY SPOONER *1854
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SARAH GARMAN 1861
RYTHORNE / ROYTHORNE NOURSE
(Roythorne Nourse in 1861 - a carpenter age 23)
*1864 - *1865
MATTHEW BUSSEY
age 47 in 1871
1868 - 1874
Mrs. Mary Bussey was committed to trial, Monday 10th August 1874, accused of stealing a sovereign from seaman James Shaw on 4th August. - Outcome to be determined.
WILLIAM SANDS 1875
WILLIAM HOWARD 1877
GEORGE CRAFER
age 38 in 1891
1881 - 1891
LEEDER MASSINGHAM
Age 56 in 1911
1892 - 1925
ARTHUR GIRLING RICHARDSON 1929 - 1933
CHARLES ARTHUR FYSH 1937
EUNICE ELVINA MAY FYSH by 1949
SAMUEL GEORGE OWEN 05.03.1951
REGINALD CYRIL ATKINSON 14.04.1965
CHARLES ALBERT EDWARD STOKER 24.02.1975
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Heacham 06.07.1996
06.07.1996


On Wednesday 29th March 1865, beerhouse keeper Rythorne Nourse was accused of setting fire to a stack of barley on the land of Emily Davey. The evidence being purely circumstantial, the charges were dismissed.
(Although not named in the report, the beerhouse was represented on a map produced in court to show its position along with the stack, the coastguard's house and the Great Eastern Railway.)


Morgans sale for 1960 were :-
231 barrels of beer
64 spirits








See page 89 of West Norfolk in Old Postcards - first published 1989