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In 1846 the only brewer recorded in Stoke Ferry is John Osbert Blackburn.
Mr Henry Winfield is then recorded as a corn and coal merchant and maltster.

In 1850 & 1852 Henry William Winfield was described as Brewer, maltster, corn and coal merchant.
By 1868 Henry William Winfield is listed as Brewer and Maltster, corn, cake, and coal merchant, and wharfinger with brewery and residence at Stoke Ferry with wharfage at Whittington.

In 1869 the business is owned by Samuel Henry Winfield, however the whole estate, with the exception of the residence, had been leased to Messers. Hogge & Seppings (Setch Brewery) from 1864.

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On Friday July 22nd 1892 the estate was sold by auction by instruction of the Trustees of the will of the late Mr H S Winfield.

The estate was described as :-

VALUABLE FREEHOLD & COPYHOLD PROPERTY.
Comprising a desirable FAMILY RESIDENCE, with conservatory, vinery, forcing house, excellent garden and commodious premises;
BREWERY, with malt and store houses, stabling and Brewery premises;
18 PUBLIC HOUSES, 3 COTTAGES, 2 BLACKSMITH'S SHOPS, 2 FEEDING RIGHTS on WALTON WASH, AND ACCOMMODATION LANDS.

STOKE FERRY
Residence, Brewery. and premises, private dwelling and the DUKES HEAD INN.

FOULDEN - WHITE HART Public House

NORTHWOLD - GEORGE & DRAGON INN and the BRICKLAYERS ARMS
and a High Fen Right

METHWOLD - WINDMILL, COCK and the CROWN Public Houses
and Accommodation Lands.

FELTWELL - BELL, CROWN, and ELM TREE Public Houses
and Blacksmith's Shop, and Accommodation Lands.

HOCKWOLD-CUM-WILTON - FERRY BOAT INN and Accommodation Lands.

BRANDON - SWAN INN and Accommodation Lands

LAKENHEATH - CHEQUERS, PLOUGH INN,
and other convenient premises.

WEREHAM - CHEQUERS INN & Cottage

WEST DEREHAM - WHITE HORSE INN & Blacksmith's Shop.

HILGAY - QUEENS HEAD INN

SOUTHERY - NAGS HEAD INN