NORFOLK PUBLIC HOUSES norfolkpubs.co.uk
NORFOLK NORWICH GT. YARMOUTH KINGS LYNN NAME SEARCH PUBLICATIONS LINKS MYSTERY HOME
FOUNDRY ARMS NORTHREPPS Index
CHURCH STREET NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 to 24/9/3 (1872 - c1982)
WILLIAM STOREY of Northrepps
PHOEBE STOREY of Northrepps 1875
BULLARDS 1880
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
PUBMASTER to June 1997
FREEHOUSE    
Licensees :
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WILLIAM STOREY
& shoemaker
by * 1845
Mrs PHOEBE STOREY 05.04.1875
JOHN GOLDEN 07.11.1881
Mrs ELIZA GOLDEN 27.07.1885
JOHN BOYCE 27.09.1897
ERNEST ALBERT EASTO 18.10.1897
JOHN ROYALL 25.09.1907
JAMES GEORGE 18.10.1909
NOAH BETTS 23.10.1916
JOHN CHARLES HUGGINS 03.10.1921
GEORGE WILLIAM YALLOP 23.01.1933
JOHN SHORT 28.02.1938
Mrs ELSIE SHORT 25.08.1951
FRANK EDGAR PIKE 21.09.1953
HARVEY STEPHEN BADEN TINK 19.10.1953
CECIL CHARLES KEELER 18.04.1955
CYRIL TAGG 29.09.1966
BRIAN RUTT 01.02.1968
ARTHUR CYRIL BAKER
died 01/02/1986
05.02.1970
to 1986
CYRIL BARKER
(son of Arthur)
to 1989
LINDA MANNING 02.11.1989
RICHARD & CAROL LATTAWAY 10.05.1990
as Pubmaster tenants
30.06.1997
as freeholders
KIRSTY BURTONWOOD 05.11.2006
IAN HUMPHREY 2009
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1993
April 1993

As the
FOUNDRY & MARK LANE ARMS 1854
MARK LA. & FOUNDRY ARMS 1858
MARKET LANE & FOUNDRY ARMS 1865
MARK LANE EXPRESS 1874
MARK LANE & FOUNDRY ARMS 1876, 1892 & 1904


House awarded Asset of Community Value status February 2014.



Mark Lane was the London address of the main Corn Exchange where national prices of agricultural products were set. Presumably the above references to Mark Lane relate to the latest values of crops being displayed.