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MARKET ROAD HAPPING HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 19.02.1962
TUNSTEAD & HAPPING LICENCE REGISTERS taken 15th September 1794 and  PS 11/4/1 & PS 11/4/3 (Feb 1928 to Feb 1967)
COLTISHALL BREWERY  to 1876
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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ROBERT SHEGG 1794
-  
WILLIAM READ
Died Wednesday 17th April 1816 - age 50
by 1813 to 1816
ELIZABETH READ May 1816
JOHN CLARE
Died Monday 22nd May 1818 - age 63
to 1818
ELIZABETH CLARE 1818 - 1819
DAY ARNOLD 1826
JOHN F. BAILEY 1836
ROBERT WHALL 1845 - 1846
ROBERT WATTS
age 63 in 1851
1850 - 1863
WILLIAM CUBITT COOK 1865
GEORGE LOWNE
& omnibus proprietor
1868
HENRY MORSE 1869
JAMES COLLINS * 1871 - 1877
ROBERT POWLEY
(Robert Pawley 1883)
1879 - 1883
OBADIAH BURTON 1888
JAMES POINTER
gardener
1890 - 1891
WILLIAM WARD 1892
HENRY ANNISON 1896
HARRY HALL 1900 - 1916
BERTIE FREDERICK DYBALL 1922
ROBERT HENRY ASHLING 1925
GEORGE SPRINGHALL by 1928
JOHN HOUCHEN GUNTON 05.01.1942
THOMAS EDWIN MOORE 02.03.1942
LEWIS GEORGE FARMAN 21.04.1947
CLIFFORD JAMES PAYNE 28.12.1959
DUDLEY A. GRIMBLE
(Brewery representative)
30.04.1962


Lot No. 11 in sale of Coltishall Brewery estate 21st May 1796.
`With outhouses, stable and a well planted garden, also about 2 acres of land, by estimation, and Right of Commonage on very extensive common. Copyhold to the Manor of Sutton Insoken, Fine Certain 6 shillings, Quit Rent 5d.'

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 11th June 1816. Then in the occupation of Mrs. Elizabeth Read, widow.

For Sale by Auction Friday 3rd December 1819.
Consisting of a good dwelling house, new fronted and re-built in about 1815. With every convenience for travellers, having three good rooms, with bar, kitchen, wash house and Dairy. Cellar under and five good lodging rooms above.
Includes right of staithe nearby for landing and shipping goods by river to Yarmouth.

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map as the WHEEL INN.
Also found as the WHEEL OF FORTUNE

Mr. George Lowne appears on the 1868 to 1869 Register of Electors as a £12 Rated Occupier.

Closure agreed at First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and S&P 29th May 1962. Sales reported as 73 barrels.