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SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS September 1789, 16th September 1794 & PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 ( 1926 - 1969 )
SWAFFHAM BREWERY Included in the estate of the late John Morse, 1847
WATTON BREWERY to Cann & Clarke, Wymondham Brewery 01.08.1891
CANN & CLARKE to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS  
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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ROBERT NELSON 1789
JAMES WIX 1794
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....... CROWE 1813
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JOHN DUNTHORNE 1836
WILLIAM CARTER
age 43 in 1851
1845 - 1851
GEORGE BARRETT 1854 - * 1856
THOMAS DUTCHMAN 1858 - 1864
SOLOMON BURTON 1865 - 1866
JOHN NELSON 1868 - 1871
Fine of 1s and costs of 13s for drawing beer at illegal hours on the morning of Sunday 5th September 1869.
JAMES COZENS 1872
GEORGE COUZENS
( as George Couzins 1875 )
1875 - 1879
JOHN BOND 1881 - 1892
HENRY GREEN
( died June 1930 )
by 1896
MARTHA GREEN 28.07.1930
HERBERT EDWARD HOWES 17.11.1930
GORDON HUBBARD 27.12.1933
ETHEL HUBBARD 17.12.1951
JOHN SADLER 24.08.1959
LILLIAN MAUD SADLER 08.02.1960
ERNEST EDWARD BUSH 22.08.1960



For sale by auction at the Kings Arms in East Dereham Wednesday 5th May 1813. Freehold including Stable and Butcher's Shop. Occupant Crowe.

Lot No. 46 in the second day of sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse, held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included:-
Stables, Gig House, Cow House, & Other Requisite Outbuildings, a Garden and a well planted Orchard & about 1 acre of very superior arable land - Freehold.

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Lot No. 13 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866.
Described as in the occupation of  Solomon Burton and built of Brick, containing Barn and Parlour, Kitchen, Club-room, Cellar, Pantry, and Three Bedrooms. Also a Stable for two horses, Firing Shed, and Cart-lodge; an Orchard and capital piece of Arable Land adjoining, containing together about 2a. 0r. 0p.
Rent £18. Freehold. Tithe Rent Charge 17 shillings. Land-tax 8 shillings.

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Advertised To Let September 1866.
Apply to Mr. Howlett at Yaxham Station.

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The Trustees of the Estate, in Liquidation, of Mr. John Nelson, Builder, Contractor and Innkeeper instructed that his Household Furniture, Stock-in-trade and Building Plant were to be Sold by Auction Wednesday 27th March 1872.

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Penny In The Hole played here to at least the1950's.
George IV pennies used.


Closed after April 1961 but before May 1962

Licence not renewed 12.02.1962