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DEREHAM BREWERY Included in 1828 sale
WATTON BREWERY to 1866
JOHN MORSE offered for sale by auction 22nd July 1878 - Copyhold
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN  04.04.1967
Licensees :
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EDWARD CARRINGTON 1836
JAMES BIRD
& wheelwright
1845 - 1847
HANNAH CLARE
age 64 in 1851
1850 - 1851
WILLIAM WHITER
& butcher
1854 - 1856
JOHN RIPPER 1858
ROBERT TENNER * 1861
JOHN EAGLETON 1863 - 1865
BENJAMIN MUNDAY by 08.1866
THOMAS SUTTON
Age 57 in 1871 - & shoemaker
11.10.1866
Mrs HARRIET SUTTON 1875 - 1877
BARNABAS SAINTY
Age 54 in 1881
( Barnet Sainty 1879 )
1879 - 1881
WILLIAM SAINTY 1883
GEORGE JAGGS
Age 28 in 1891
1888 - 1892
FREDERICK GILDEN 1896
FREDERICK JAMES GOODERSON
( also as F J Goderson )
by 1900
GEORGE BENJAMIN HARROLD 28.11.1913
GEORGE HECTOR GOODRICK 19.11.1920
ETHEL MARIA GOODRICK 08.04.1921
ARTHUR GEORGE RYE 20.08.1926
GEORGE COATES 18.10.1929
Fine 5/- for selling out of hours 02.08.1935
MARTHA COATES 14.04.1939
HUGH CHRISTIAN BEAUMONT 07.07.1939
FRANK BEAUMONT 07.03.1952
JACK WISEMAN
( here 09.1958 )
10.10.1958
EDWIN WILLIAM JOHNSON 27.05.1966



Lot No. 72 in second day of the sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse, 9th September 1847. Including Large Yard, Stable, 2 Loose Boxes, Gig House and other convenient outbuildings - Copyhold to the Manor of Mileham & Beeston.

  Offered by Watton Brewery for sale by auction at the Crown Inn , Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866. ( Lot No. 14 )
Described as a Brick-and-Tile House, in the Village near the High Road, containing Two Kitchens, Parlour, Bar, small Sitting Room, good Cellar, and Six Bed-rooms. Also, an excellent Brick Stable for four horses, Gig and Coal-houses, a covered Nine Pin Ground, Brick, Stone and Tile Stable, and Shoemaker's Shop. Also, a good Yard and Well, with a large and productive Garden, abutting the Estate of the Earl of Leicester.
Rent £10. Copyhold to the Manor of Mileham and Beeston, on the part of Mileham. Fine certain, 2/- ( 2 shillings ).
Annual Quit-rent 5½ d. Land-tax 8/-
The tenant was named as Benjamin Munday.