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Licensees :
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JAMES RUMP 1789
JOHN GADGE 1794
JOHN LOVELY 1820
JOHN DYKE COOK 1836
THOMAS THURTLE
age 31 in 1851
& farmer 6 acres
1845 - 1891
ALBERT GEORGE THURTLE
Age 44 in 1911
by 1892
THOMAS FREDERICK HANSON 22.10.1935
LAURA EVA HANSON 13.02.1945
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Mrs BERYL FRYATT
(Norseman)
by 02 1976
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The BLUE BELL 1789 & 1836

Entry in 1794 register reads HoBell ?

For Sale by Auction 6th December 1820, then in the occupation of John Lovely.

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On the night of Thursday 16th May 1844, the house was `burglariously broken and entered'. One violin, one shawl, a quantity of brandy, rum, black beer, cigars, tobacco, tea, a quantity of German silver spoons and about 7 shillings in copper money was taken.
On the following Friday, Superintendant L. H. Smith of the county police succeeded in apprehending two of the most notorious characters in the county, J. Nicholls and S. Bowles. After a diligent search the violin, shawl, brandy and rum etc. were found buried in the sand on the North Denes, Gt. Yarmouth.

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Damaged by enemy action during WWII, date not given in S&P records.

BELL HOTEL or BELL INN to 1970

Extensively altered and renamed
the NORSEMAN 02.04.1970.
(Reopened 6:00pm Tuesday May 19th 1970)

Back to the BELL in early 1980's.