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HOLT HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 06.02.1970
HOLT LICENCE REGISTERS PS 28/6/1 to PS 28/7/3 (1878 to 1918)
then NORTH ERPINGHAM REGISTER PS/24/9/3 (to c1982)
JOHN SHOWELL WITHERS of Kelling - 1832 - 1833
TRUNCH BREWERY For sale by auction August 1847
TRUNCH BREWERY PHILIP SMYTHE PRIMROSE then Mr H PRIMROSE from 1883.
Betsy Neal Primrose & Oldman Carter to Morgans 30 September 1895
MORGANS 1895 to 1961
BULLARDS 1961 to 08.1967
WATNEY MANN Closed 1970 under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd
Licensees :
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EDWARD TURNER 1836
CELIA & THOMAS BACON 1837 - 1839
PRISCA LACY NORTON
(Ex Queen Adelaide 1851 - age 54)
1845 - 1850
WILLIAM TUCK
age 32 in 1851 & tailor
Omnibus proprietor and licensed postmaster 1863
(Wife Caroline age 28 in 1851. Wife Sarah Ann age 42 in 1861)
1851 - 1877
Mrs SARAH ANN TUCK 1879 - 1883
JOB CHESTNEY 15.1.1884
EDMUND PARKER
(Edwin Parker in 1896 Kelly's)
21.10.1895
ALFRED JOHN CUNNINGHAM 18.10.1897
JOSHUA BROWN 22.08.1898
Fine £1 plus 4/- costs 14.11.1898, for refusing to admit the Police.
A further fine of £1 plus 4/- costs was administered for permitting drunkenness.
ARTHUR MANSFIELD 09.01.1899
HENRY HARVEY 11.12.1899
CHARLES MILLER 18.06.1900
JAMES BAXTER 24.06.1901
ARTHUR WARNER 11.01.1935
K R WHITEFORD 25.05.1962
FREDERICK SAMUEL COOPER
(Protection Order 20.08.1965)
17.09.1965


Thanks to R. Bacon for 1837-1839


Lot No. 13 in sale of Trunch Brewery Wednesday 25th August 1847 - Freehold.

In court at Holt on Tuesday 24th May 1859, William Tuck claimed payment of £31 18s 7d from Messrs Thomas Benjamin Frost and James Norton, formerly carrying on business as farmers, maltsters, &c.
Mr. Norton had left the country so it was for Mr. Frost to defend the case.
The sum claimed was for beer, refreshments and horse hire, provided to their servants, a service that had been provided over four years.
After much discussion and the lapse of considerable time, to the surprise of everyone in court, His Honor found a verdict for the defendant(s).

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On Monday 14th September 1863, All the Household Furniture, Horses, Omnibus and Harness, the property of Mr. William Tuck was to be sold by Auction under a Bill of Sale and Distress for Rent.

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Morgans sales 1960 were Barrels of beer 108, Spirits 46.

House converted to apartments, but still proudly displays the sign showing its previous function.