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SOUTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 2/5/1 & PS 2/5/3 (3 Feb 1925 to c1982)
Robert Horace - Earl of Orford Wolterton Hall
Lord Walpole   
Bullards   
Watney Mann Closed June 1969 - Reopened  (date ?)
Free House Still owned by Lord Walpole c1975
Noble Rot Associates Limited Richard Bryan & Keith Reeves from 2001 - 2007
Alan & Cheryl Sayers 2007 - 2011
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Licensees :
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J. SMITH 1813
HENRY SMITH 1832 - 1836
WILLIAM SMITH 1845
HENRY SMITH 1846
HENRY FIDDY
age 41 in 1851
1850 - 1851
WILLIAM WALL 1854 - 1856
CHARLES WEAIGHTS 1858
MATILDA WEIGHT 1859
WILLIAM THORNTON
& bricklayer
1861 - 1865
CHARLES WHAITS 1868
CHARLES WAITE 1869
CHARLES WRAIGHTS
& farmer 15 acres
1871
CHARLES WEAIGHTS 1875 - 1879
CHARLES WRAIGHTS
& farmer 24 acres
1881
CHARLES WEIGHT 1883
Mrs MATILDA WEAIGHTS 1888
Mrs MATILDA WEIGHT 1890
Mrs MATILDA WEIGHTS 1892
(Licence transfer dated 1st January 1895 to unknown recipient. - Probably to Miss Weaights)
Miss ELIZA WEAIGHTS 1896 - 1900
JOHN ALFRED HEWITT 1904 - 1908
SIDNEY C WILCH
Age 32 in 1911
1911 - 1925
Mrs EDITH FRANCES WILCH 1925 - 1929
SIDNEY CURTIS WILCH
(arrived July 1927 according to Bullards record)
13.09.1927
GEORGE HERBERT BRETT 04.06.1929
HARRY THOMAS GOODWIN 08.04.1930
HERBERT ERNEST DALE 08.09.1931
Fine 1/- for suffering gaming on the premises - 06.02.1934
LILIAN MAUDE DALE 26.07.1949
HORACE GRANVILLE WRIGHT 09.06.1953
JAMES R W OVERTON (Jimmy) 09.09.1958
FREDERICK R CANNELL 03.06.1969
LEONARD JOHN DAVIES 13.11.1975
THOMAS ALBERT JONES & IVY 06.10.1977
MARION .......... 1992
PAUL SIMMONS
& MAGGIE
August 1992 -
June 2001
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Itteringham 18.06.2000 - my bike by the door.
June 2000

W. Bush, servant to Messrs. Bircham of Reepham, brewers, was committed to the County Gaol June 1813 on suspicion of defrauding his masters of £30 received from J. Smith, innkeeper of Itteringham.

Robert Sparrow, Richard Ayton, James Buck jun., James Buck sen. and Frederick Tuck, all of Itteringham were charged Tuesday 18th October 1859 of breaking twenty-one panes of glass and one door at the WALPOLE ARMS, the property of the Earl of Orford. The information was given by Matilda Weight. Each paid a fine of 12s which included costs.

 Bullards delivery list of c1962 gives landlord as Overton.
(Jimmy Overton worked for the Council highways department during the day)

Closed 03.06.1969 according to closure list by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd.

Reopened as Freehouse, leased from Estate (pre 1980)

 

Operating as a `Gastro Pub' from 2001.

The only Norfolk pub to win the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand award for 11 years. (2001 - 2011)

Business in administration December 2011.