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GUILTCROSS REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 and 17th September 1794
SHERIFFE Lot No 37 in sale of the estate of Robert Sheriffe, 02.09.1840, sold for £940 to FARROW
CHARLES FARROW Advertised for sale 1876 upon the retirement from business of Mr Charles Farrow Esq.
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS Freehold sold by YC&Y Partnership to YC&Y Company for completion 1st Feb 1898
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN   
BRENT WALKER   
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Licensees :
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EDWARD HUNT 1748
JOHN COLLINS 1789 - 1794
 
JOHN GARNETT 1830 - 1836
RICHARD HOLMES
age 35 in 1841
1839 - 1841
ROBERT MILLS 1845
WILLIAM BAILEY 1846
THOMAS BAILEY
according to Slater
1850
GEORGE BAILEY
1850 according to Hunt
 (45 in 1851)
1850 - 1851
SAMUEL H BAILEY 1854
WILLIAM PALMER
(William Richard Palmer died first quarter of 1864)
1856 - 1858
HENRY MALLOTT
age 66 in 1861
died during second quarter of 1878 age 84 
*1861 - 1869
WILLIAM WOMACK
age 31 in 1871
1871 - 1877
THOMAS FREDERICK EATON 1879
GEORGE RICHARD ROLFE
& tailor, draper & grocer
age 43 in 1881
1881 - 1888
LEWIS BALLS
age 51  in 1891
(Lauris Balls 1901 age 62)
1890 - 1901
Mrs ALICE BALLS 1904 - 1908
JONATHAN CUNNINGHAM 1910 - 1922
JOHN ALFRED RAVEN 1925 - 1937
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..... GIDDY c1962
Mr & Mrs A G E MORRISON
(Bert & Fay)
1965 - 1973
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LES & PAT CHRISTMAN c2002 - 06.2007
DONNA FRYER 07.2007
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The WHITE HORSE
c1912

A Cock Fight between the Gentlemen of Watton and New Buckenham was to be held here as announced 14th April 1748.

At the Norfolk Quarter Sessions, held Wednesday 15th October 1862, George Brothers was found guilty of stealing two drinking glasses from Henry Mallett.
Brothers claimed that he had purchased them at Kenninghall Fair on 18th July 1862. However on that same day he had been in the WHITE HART and noticing a shortage of glasses, Mallett searched Brothers and found the two missing items in his pockets.
Brothers received a sentence of six weeks imprisonment with hard labour.

Offered for sale by auction in the Ipswich Journal of Saturday 11th March 1876.
Lot 25. The White Horse, at Kenninghall, a spacious and excellent full-licensed Inn, with ample house and trade accommodation, Wheelwright's Shop and other buildings, occupied by Mr William Womack


No change recommended at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962.
Sales were given as 80 barrels of beer and it was stated that the house was `Capable of further development'

Recommended by D A Yates 1970