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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. Found Not Guilty at the Swaffham Quarter Sessions, Wednesday 28th October 1874.
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