(?) .... JOSEPH MANN (?)
||1830 - 1836
age 68 in 1851
|1839 - 1851
& plumber, coach painter, etc
|1856 - 1892
|HARRY OWEN WISE
|WILLIAM JOHN BODDY
|WILLIAM GEORGE COLBY
Address as High street 1881. 1888 & 1891
9 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton
on Wednesday 22nd August 1866.
Described as in the occupation of William Martin and being an
excellent House for Business, in the centre of the populous village of
Shipdham, abutting the Park of the Misses Bullock. Containing Bar,
Store-room, Kitchen, Parlour, Bowling Green Room, good Cellarage, and
Closets, excellent Club Room with a Staircase to Yard, Wash-house,
Store-Room and Coal-house, Covered Passage, with Pump of excellent Water. In
the Yard a Brick-and-Tile Stable for Six Horses, Hay House, Covered Ten-pin
Ground, Gig-house, bins &c. Also a good-sized Bowling Green with Summer
House and Benches, and small Kitchen Garden.
£19/19/- . Copyhold to the Manor of Shipdham. Quit Rent 7d.
Referred to Compensation 06.02.1914
Licence extinct 11.01.1915