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UPPER STREET NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1904
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 to 24/9/2 (1872 - c1969)
LETHERINGSETT BREWERY From at least 1878. Conveyed by Clement Cozens Hardy to Morgans 12th March 1896
MORGANS to 1904
Licensees :
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1783 ?
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SPURRELL PLUMBLY 1836 - 1841
WILLIAM WARD 1843 - 1846
JOHN BOND 1846
WILLIAM BLOGG
age 34 in 1851
& butcher
1848 - 1856
WILLIAM PERKINS
Age 43 in 1861
1858 - 1865
JOHN COPSEY 1866
SAMUEL BATES 1867
EDWARD CHAPMAN
& butcher
1868 - * 1871
JAMES SWANN BURRELL
& mole catcher
1872 to 1881
THOMAS EDWARD BIRD
& butcher
07.11.1881
GEORGE BROWN 05.05.1884
WILLIAM DOBSON 25.07.1887
to closure


The house operated both as a Public House and as a Butchers.

An auction of property held here 10th February 1783

Spurrell Plumbly (1836) was also Clerk to the Magistrates Court and Commissioner of Assessed Taxes.

Offered To Let 8th December 1855 with Possession `at Christmas next'.
An Old-established Public House with stables, Outhouses and good Bowling green attached. Apply to Mr. Cozens hardy, Letheringsett.

No application made 1st February 1904 for licence renewal.

At the Cromer Licensing Sessions, held Monday 13th February 1905 it was reported that the licence had been given up during the year ending February 1905