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NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 24/6/1 to 24/9/2 ( 1872 - 1969 )
COLTISHALL BREWERY Lot No 81 in sale of Coltishall Brewery 14th - 17th September 1841
CHARLES BOUGHEY From September 1841
Mrs BENJAMINA GORDON of Mundesley
STEWARD & PATTESON On 7 year lease from September 1877
Licensees :
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Mr. BOUGHAY 1826
CHARLES BOUGHEY
( as Boughay 1836 )
1836 - 1856
Not mentioned 1858
THOMAS WOODHOUSE
Age 60 in 1871
* 1861 - 1872
ELIZABETH WOODHOUSE 03.08.1874
Not occupied ( date same as above ) 03.08.1874
Not occupied 09.09.1878
ELIZABETH WOODHOUSE undated
GEORGE YOUNGS SMITH 02.06.1879



Annual meeting of the Committee for Saving Shipwrecked Seamen held a dinner here at five o'clock, 27th August 1824. At 11 o'clock in the morning the Lifeboat and Apparatus for Saving Persons from Shipwreck had been tested.

It was reported on 15th November 1826, that `Sunday last, two young men of Mundesley obtained a quantity of gin from the crew of a Dutch fishing vessel. They drunk so much that one of them returned home with difficulty and was for some time in a senseless state. The other fell at the top of the highest cliff and had he rolled over the edge would have surely been killed. He was found at about three o'clock without any appearance of life and conveyed to Mr. Boughay's at the New Inn. Mr. Prentice, surgeon, was sent for, who after great exertion succeeded in restoring animation; and hopes are entertained of the imprudent youth's recovery.'

Lot no. 81 in sale by auction 14th to 17th September 1841 of the Coltishall Brewery. Copyhold sold to the tenant, Mr. Charles Boughey, for the sum of £780.

Became the ROYAL HOTEL 1879

( Could the period 03.08.1874 to 09.09.1878
 be a period of rebuilding ? )