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STEWARD & PATTESON Copyhold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward - as described in 1837 - 1851 document.
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
WELLINGTON PUB COMPANY From 1989 - Free trade
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Licensees :
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JOHN HARMER to 1820
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Mr. FULCHER 1841
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WILLIAM KING 
age 33 in 1851
& carrier
1846 - *1851
JAMES GAFFER
& shopkeeper
1854 - 1858
SAMUEL BUNN
Age 45
1861
Mrs CHARLOTTE BUNN
(Mrs Sarah Bunn 1864, 1868, 1872 & 1877)
(Here 1883 according to Kelly)
1863 - 1883
Mrs ANN BUNN
(According to White)
1883
GEORGE COX
& boatman
1888 - 1892
THOMAS SMITH 1896 - 1908
WILLIAM GEORGE TEMPLE 1912
THOMAS CHARLES LONG 1916
....... ELLIS 1922
RICHARD BASIL GEARY 1925
Mrs FRANCES ELIZABETH GEARY 1929 to 1938
Fine of £1 for selling out of hours - 13.10.1930
ALBERT HANNENT 10.01.1938
RONALD FREDERICK LESLIE WICKS 24.01.1938
PERCY EDGAR RUSH 01.05.1961
PETER JOHN BRANDISH 10.07.1961
ALBERT EDWARD BRANDISH 28.10.1963
JUDI & BRIAN JAMES LAWTON 08.12.1975
JOHN JAMES ANDREWS 03.11.1980
ALAN R. MONK 25.11.1985
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ADRIAN ILLINGWORTH June 2002
LORRAINE CLINCH by 2012
   


26.05.1997
May 1997

Mary Thaxter was buried in 1689 she was said to have lived
at the `Dog House '

Lot No. 6 in a Sale by Auction Saturday 30th January 1819.
The DOG. formerly the SHIP.
Of the 8 Lots, seven were public houses about the county.

For sale 9th September 1820, late in the occupation of John Harmer. Consisting of a kitchen, parlour, pantry, two chambers, store-house, and cellar, with yards, and piece of garden, and osier ground, containing half an acre and upwards, together with half an acre of arable land, and near three acres and a half of meadow and marsh ground - immediate possession.

Appears on Bryant's 1826 map.

On Thursday 20th May 1841, William Broughton, a deserter from the 96th Regiment, was committed for having stolen a gold brooch, the property of the daughter of the landlord, Mr. Fulcher, and a pair of stockings, the property of lodger William Lock. The robbery had taken place on Thursday 7th May and on Tuesday 12th May, Broughton was apprehended in Norwich.

1938 advertisement :-
`Ah! Here's the house the Yachtsmen cried,
and soon the boys were all inside'.

The sign in 1968 was based upon a cartoon character.
(Does anybody have a photograph of that sign?)

See page 39 of The Norfolk Broads in Old Postcards, first published 1990, by Basil Gowen.

A freehouse from 1989.