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Sheringham
THE STREET
UPPER SHERINGHAM
NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 &  24/9/2 (1872 - 1969)
HENRY R. UPCHER of Sheringham
Exors of H. R. UPCHER ( Supplied by Morgans? )
  BULLARDS by 1961
WATNEY MANN Lease given up by Watneys in 1985
Freehouse  
Licensees :
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JOHN DOUGHTY 1836 - 1860
SARAH DOUGHTY
age 65 in 1861
* 1851 - 1856
SAMUEL HADDON
& master tailor
Died Q4 1869 - age 67
1858 - 1869
MARY HADDON
See below
1870
HENRY PEGG RANSOME
& blacksmith & farmer 33 acres
Age 43 in 1871
by 1871
JAMES CUBITT 04.01.1886
HENRY TURNER 27.09.1897
THOMAS WRIGHT 01.11.1897
DINAH WRIGHT 12.06.1899
HENRY TURNER 26.06.1899
GEORGE HILL 25.09.1899
FREDERICK KEMP 02.03.1903
ROBERT FRANCIS 17.10.1932
MATTHEW JAMES WYLIE 09.01.1933
FRED TURNER 15.04.1936
OSCAR MEAD CORNER 26.09.1938
EDWARD GRIFFITH GILLARD 07.05.1951
GEORGE ARTHUR VERNAN
( also as Vernau and Vernon )
09.03.1953
IVY ELSIE VERNAN 18.10.1973
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On Monday 22nd August 1870 it was said that Samuel Haddon had died a few weeks previous and his widow had remarried. Mr. Upcher, the owner of the property said that he would not accept Mr. Pegg Ransom as a tenant and so the licence would be no good to him. The licence was deferred, but Mr. Ransome had the licence by 1871.

Upper Sheringham - April 2001

One of a row of terraced houses, built from stone cobbles.

Reputed to have the deepest cellar in Norfolk.

At court Monday 16th May 1870, Mary Haddon was charged with having deficient pint and half-pint measures.
Fine of 4s 6d.



Morgans supplies to the house for 1960 were :-
112 barrels of beer
20 spirits




OS grid ref - 145419