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NORTH GREENHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 24.05.1965
NORTH GREENHOE REGISTER PS 27/8/1 & PS 27/8/2 (1903 to 1975)
STEWARD & PATTESON In Hindringham Rate book 18th October 1893 - Gross Est. Rental of £25
Licensees :
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JOHN WIKER ? 1789
JOHN FISHER ? 1790
JOHN WHOSHER (WHISKER ?) 1794
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BENJAMIN COOKE 1830
ROBERT DAPLYN
age 33 in 1851
& farmer 30 acres 1861
1839 - 1869
JOHN COZENS 1871
ROBERT SOUTHGATE 1872
JOHN FRANCIS
& wheelwright & carpenter
1875 - 1890
GEORGE WOODROW 1891 - 1896
JOHN DAWSON 1900
HENRY WILLIAM LINGWOOD
(Lingworth 1902)
1902 to 1907
MICHAEL MOYCE 04.11.1907
HENRY WHITE 06.07.1908
EMMA WHITE 03.07.1916
CHARLES FREDERICK TUFFS 06.02.1922
STANLEY JOHN WILLIAMSON 04.11.1946
SIDNEY JAMES WILLIAMSON 01.11.1954
to closure


The General Court Baron for the Manor of Hindringham met at the DUKE WILLIAM 16th July 1779.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 13th April 1805 advised of the forthcoming Cock Fighting event - At the DUKE OF YORK.

Mentioned 1817

Lot No. 6 in sale of properties in Hindringham to be held Thursday 19th September 1839.
Described as an Old-Established and well-accustomed Public-house with requisite stables, Outbuildings, yards, Garden and Ozier Car, in occupation of Robert Daplyn at the annual rent of £20.

Address as Lower Green in 1851.

No change recommended at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962.
Sales given as 84 barrels.


Ceased trading 14th June 1965