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Licensees :
EDWARD COOK 1836
JANE COOK 
widow
1839
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Beerhouse as given in White's 1836 directory.

The Norfolk Chronicle - 9th & 16th March 1839
reported the forthcoming auction.....

OVINGTON
To be Sold by Auction by Robert Baley at the Cock Inn, at Ovington on Tuesday 19 March instant at 4 o'c
A Cottage or Tenement situate in Ovington in the county of Norfolk within a mile of Watton, now used as a Beer-house and occupied by Jane Cook, widow, with a Building capable of containing 2 or 3 scores of corn, Stable, Cart lodge and other conveniences, Garden and Land adjoining, containing together about half an acre, together with a POST WINDMILL driving two pairs of French Stones abreast 4 ft. 4 ins. and 4 ft. flour mill, jumper and all other requisite machinery and going gears, late in the occupation of Mr. Waters.
The Premises are all Freehold and Possession of the Mill and Outbuildings may be had immediately and of the Cottage at Old Michaelmas next.
Apply to Messrs. E. & G. Cooper, Solrs. East Dereham.
Letters to be pre-paid.

It seems the auction failed because the Norfolk Chronicle - 13th & 20th April 1839 carried the following modified information.....

OVINGTON
To be Sold by Private Contract
A Cottage or Tenement situate in Ovington in the county of Norfolk within a mile of Watton, now used as a Beer-house and occupied by Jane Cook, widow, with a Building capable of containing 2 or 3 scores of corn, Stable, Cart lodge and other conveniences, Garden and Land adjoining, containing together about half an acre, together with a POST WINDMILL driving two pairs of French Stones abreast 4 ft. 4 ins. and 4 ft. flour mill, jumper and all other requisite machinery and going gears, late in the occupation of Mr. Waters.
The Premises are all Freehold and Possession of the Mill and Outbuildings may be had immediately and of the Cottage at Old Michaelmas next.
Apply to Messrs. E. & G. Cooper, Solrs. East Dereham.
Letters to be pre-paid.

 

Thanks to JJN for the update 08.04.08