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SWAFFHAM BREWERY For sale 1858, then the property of the late Arthur Morse
STEWARD & PATTESON  
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
Licensees :
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SAMPSON GUTTERIDGE
(S Gutteroge 1854 - S Gutridge 1865 & 1883)
* 1854 - 1883
Seemingly the service of Mr. Gutteridge was interrupted in 1855 - see below.
ALFRED SAVAGE * 1888 - * 1892
Fine of 5s and 6s costs on 16th November 1891 for allowing 5 pigs to stray on the previous day.
? 1896
JAMES ATKINS by 1900
ALICE MARY ANN ATKINS 10.07.1933
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Location also as Stow Causeway

For sale by auction 8th July 1858, then in occupation of Sampson Gutteridge.
Sale at The Globe, Kings Lynn.
  Sampson Gutteridge (49) publican, was charged with feloniously cutting and wounding Benjamin Redington at Stow Bardolph, on the 2nd of June 1855.
The prosecutor said – I am a jobber, living at Wereham. Was on the 2nd June at Stow Bardolph. About 3 o'clock I went into the prisoner’s yard to take a mare and cart which were standing there. I was leading the horse from the yard when the prisoner demanded a shilling, which I thought was unreasonable, and I offered him sixpence. He said he would have a shilling or I should not go. He then collared me and pulled me onto a hedge. I then got up and struck at him. He then drew his knife out of his pocket, opening it and came at me swearing that he would let my bloody guts out. He tried to put it in my body. It was a pointed hack-knife. I put my hand out to prevent it going in my body and he cut my hand which bled a good deal. He then got hold of my neckcloth and twisted it, and got me down and put his knees upon my chest. Some people then came up and rescued me. I then went and gave information of the assault to a policeman.
Cross examined – He could have killed me when I was down. The wound in my hand was not a large one. The ostler did not come and ask me for a shilling. Have had a few blows with some people.
Charles Pond**, an innkeeper, said he heard the prisoner use violent language at the prisoner, and saw him draw a knife but did not see him use it as he (witness) went down the yard. Police Constable Buckenham said that on the day in question the prosecutor came to him and told him of the assault...finger was cut. Witness produced the knife. For the defence..  had the prisoner determined to do serious bodily harm he had the opportunity of doing so....It was probable that the prosecutors finger was scratched by a thorn in the hedge on which he had been thrown by the prisoner. His Lordship said that if he had dropped the knife he would more probably be right (Laughter). He then carefully summed up the evidence, stating that the first observations of the learned counsel for the defence were exceedingly judicious; but the latter ones appear to have been made for the purpose rather of amusing than instructing them (the jurymen)

....Guilty of unlawful wounding...four months imprisonment with hard labour

**Foldgate Inn, Stradsett