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WAYLAND HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 21.06.1957
WAYLAND REGISTER taken 16th September 1794
WATTON BREWERY     
WYMONDHAM BREWERY Cann & Clarke to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS     
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1957
Licensees :
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JOHN WHALEBELLY 1779 - 1784
WILLIAM PECK 1794
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WILLIAM BERRY
age 40 in 1841
1836 - 1850
LUKE NOTT
& master shoemaker
age 48 in 1851
age 56 in 1861
& miller 1863
( Only listed as Corn Miller 1864 )
1851 - 1863
 ISAAC BENSLEY 1865 - 1866
JAMES BARKER
& 1.5 acres of land
age 38 in 1871
1868 - 1877
ALFRED H MIDDLETON
& shopkeeper
age 35 in 1891
1879 - 1891
JAMES STURMAN 1892
HENRY D PESTELL 1896
ARTHUR CRANE
age 39 in 1901
1900 - 1904
JOHN WYER 1908 - 1911
JOSEPH LEECH 1911 to January 1912
07.02.1912 - Fines totalling £2 4s for selling out of hours - See opposite
GEORGE GOODRICK 1912 - 1916

Offered for sale October and November 1779 with Stable, Yards and Five Acres and Two Roods of Land called Sicklemoores.

For sale November 1784, Freehold with Right of Common over that land known as Ovington Common. Enquire of Mr. George Wright of Ovington.

Lot No. 10 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866.
Described as in the occupation of Isaac Bensley and as a well built sash-fronted House, covered with Tile, the hips and top of roof leaded, and pipes round the eaves.
Containing a Parlour, 16ft by 14ft, Kitchen, Bar, Wash-house, Pantry, Cellar, Two large Front Bed Rooms, and Three Back Bed Rooms. There are Two Gardens, and in a Yard is a Tile Stable for three horses, Workshop, &c. Also a walled-in Yard in which is a Tiled Barn, Stable and Cow-house, Stone and Tile Gig-house &c.
Near the above are Two valuable Pieces of Meadow Land, and Two Inclosures of Arable Land, the whole containing, together with the site of the Premises, 4a, 2r. 20p.
Rent £24. Freehold. Land-tax 10/- per annum. Tithe Rent-charge £1/11/1 per annum
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Joseph Leech was fined £2 with 4s costs 7th February 1912 for allowing liquor to be consumed during prohibited hours on December 22nd 1911. Frederick Pye of Ovington, farmer, Joseph Harvey of Saham Toney, dealer, Bernard Fickling of Ovington, farmer and Frederick Woodrow of Watton, painter had all been found drinking in the house. Of the customers, only Harvey was fined 2s 6d plus 4s costs since he did not attend the hearing. The others had pleaded guilty and were dismissed with a caution.

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Not found in directories after 1916.

26 barrels of beer sold in final year of trading.

Became a private dwelling called Chanticleer