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HOLT HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1930
HOLT REGISTERS TAKEN 17th September 1789 and 30th September 1794 & HOLT LICENCE REGISTER PS 28/6/1 to PS 28/12/1 (1878 to c1962)
WEYBOURNE BREWERY Conveyed by William Johnson Jennis Bolding to S&P 11th October 1897 (Assume lease)
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased with 11 other houses 03.08.1929 for the total sum of £17820
Licensees :
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ANN HUGGINS 1789
HENRY Goggle (?) 1794
? 1819
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SAMUEL LIMMER 1822 - 1830
JOHN LIMMER 1836
EPHRAIM ALLEN
according to Pigot
1839
WILLIAM POWELL
according to Robson
1839
HENRY TUCK
age 50
1841
JOHN HOPKINS
age 45 in 1851
1845 - 1851
unoccupied 1854
FRANCIS WORDINGHAM 1856
ROBERT MACK 1858
JAMES CROWE 1864
RICHARD CROWE 1866 - 1872
WILLIAM BARNEY 1875
JOHN LEGGATT 1877 - 1888
GEORGE WILLIAM JACOB 19.10.1889
FREDERICK WESTCOTT
& coal dealer
04.04.1892
JOHN H. FARROW
& butcher
28.06.1897
to closure?


Offered for sale 6th March 1819 as the ANGEL.
Lot 8 in sale which included 6 other licensed houses about the county.

Steward & Patteson first appear in the Licence Register 1898.

 

William Tuck's Coach left for Norwich every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.00am, according to 1830 timetable.

Mr. John H. Farrow was found guilty, on Monday 7th February 1904, of driving a horse and cart on the 22nd February without a light.
Mr. Farrow explained that the light had gone out when he was a few yards from his door, but he was fined 1s and costs.

Licence referred for Compensation 07.03.1930.
Licence extinct 31.12.1930