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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)
then NORTH ERPINGHAM REGISTER PS/24/9/3 ( to c1982 )
STEWARD & PATTESON   
WATNEY MANN   
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PHOENIX INNS 1996
Licensees :
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JOHN OVERTON 1789
HENRY CRAFER
( Kings ARMS in Alehouse Recognizance's )
1793 - 1794
SAMUEL LOVE to 09.1804
JAMES BEGBIE / BIGBLE 1820 - 1822
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RICHARD JOHNSON
Died Tuesday 26th June 1849 -- age 64
1830 - 1849
Mrs SARAH JOHNSON
age 63
1849 - 1851
WILLIAM YOUARD 1854 - 1858
JOHN ALLEN
& brewer
* 1861 - 1865
WILLIAM COE 1868
JOHN SCOWEN 1869
ALFRED LAIT 1871
JAMES OUTLAW
Age 56 in 1891
1872 - 1919
Miss MAUD OUTLAW 28.07.1919
BEATRICE BLANCHE OUTLAW 20.06.1947
JOHN ARTHUR TAYLOR 19.09.1947
REGINALD BELL 15.10.1954
HAROLD GEORGE BAKER 20.11.1959
DAVID ROBERT AMBROSE 07.10.1960
VICTOR EMMANUEL AZZARO
( VIC & NAN )
28.06.1968
ARTHUR LAWRENCE 08.09.1972
PERCY EDGAR RUSH
( Brewery Representative - Protection Order 19.08.1977 )
06.10.1977
MICHAEL WILLIAM BROOKER 06.08.1981
   
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Kings Head - Holt - 12.10.1999
October 1999

Henry Crafer returned his most grateful thanks to his friends and public in general, for the favours conferred on him at the KINGS HEAD, and following alterations, he sincerely hoped to give universal satisfaction - 25th December 1793.

Samuel Love advised his customers and friends, 22nd September 1804 that he was moving to the FEATHERS INN.

11th November 1820 - James Begbie thanks his friends for their support since entering the KINGS HEAD.

On the night of Wednesday 9th January 1833 Mr. Johnson was returning home from visiting his son at Wiveton, when passing through Letheringsett, his gig overturned and being a very large man, he fell on his head with such very great force, as to drive several stones into his skull.
It was reported 19th January that he was then lying in a very dangerous state.

For sale by auction Tuesday 29th April 1851.
As directed by the executors of the late Mr. Thomas Norton.
( As was the WHITE LION )
Mrs Johnson then in occupation.


Damaged by enemy action 26.05.1941