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Owned by John Morse in 1830.
Run by the Exors. of John Morse 1836

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For Sale by auction Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th September 1847.
LOT 1 :  The Mansion and newly-built Brewery with 19-quarter Mash Tun and two 40-barrel Coppers complete.
Also Brewer's Residence, Stables and other buildings.
The trade then being 7000 barrels per annum.
Inns and Beerhouse in Swaffham were:-
CHEQUERS
GEORGE
HORSE & GROOM
KINGS ARMS
MAIDS HEAD
SHIP
SPREAD EAGLE
WHITE HART
WHITE LION
WHITE SWAN
&
RISING SUN ( Freehold - all others in Swaffham Copyhold )


LOT 13 : The CHEQUERS at East Lexham.
LOT 15 : The COCK at Hingham.
LOT 16 :
The CROWN at Little Ellingham.
 LOT 20 :
The LORD NELSON at East Bradenham.
LOT 24 : The WHITE HART at Bradon, Suffolk.
LOT 25 :
The RED LION at Bridgeham.
LOT 26 :
The BELL at Marham.
LOT 28 :
The WHITE HART at Bridge Street, Downham Market.
LOT 29 :
The SHIP at Castle Acre.
LOT 30 :
The QUEENS HEAD Beerhouse at Foulsham.
LOT 31 : The CHEQUERS Beerhouse at Castle Acre, with Glaziers Shop.
LOT 32 :
The CRICKETERS Beerhouse at Gooderstone ( Newly erected )
LOT 34 :
The ELEPHANT and CASTLE Beerhouse at Sporle.
LOT 35 :
The PLOUGH Beerhouse at East Dereham.
LOT 36 :
The CROSS KEYS Beerhouse at Shipdham.

Lots 2 to 12, 14, 17 to 19,  21 to 23, 27, 33  and 37 being various plots of Land or cottages in the area.

DAY 2

LOT 1 :
The WHITE HART at East Harling
LOT 6 :
The KINGS HEAD at Thetford with five roomed Cottage adjoining.
LOT 9 :
The GOOD WOMAN at Necton.
LOT 11 :
The ROBIN HOOD at Little Walsingham.
LOT 14 :
The BULL at Litcham, with Bowling Green.
LOT 29 :
The PINE APPLE at Great Fransham.
LOT 30 :
The PLOUGH at Beeston.
LOT 32 :
The UNICORN at Mileham.
LOT 35 :
The ROYAL OAK at Mileham
LOT 36 :
The WHITBY TAVERN at Kings Lynn.
LOT 37 :
The TILDEN SMITH at Kings Lynn.
LOT 38 :
The ALBION BAY in Gaywood.
LOT 39 :
The LADY OF THE LAKE at South Lynn.

Lots 2 to 5, 7 to 8, 10, 12 to 13, 15 to 28, 31 and 33 to 34 being various plots of Land or building ground in the area.
( Note that the Lot Numbers as given above are as originally advertised. By the time of the sale, those Lots in Day 2 had been renumbered so that the sequence followed on from Day 1. That made the final Lot number 76. )

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Property included an un-named beerhouse at Ranworth as shown in deeds dated 1853.
Deeds also held from 1673 to 1808 for the WHITE SWAN - Beccles.

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The sale of `Distant houses belonging to the Swaffham Brewery' were offered for sale 1858, at the instructions of the Executors of the late Arthur Morse Esq.
Included in sale on Wednesday 7th July 1858, at the Crown Inn, Swaffham were :-
ROBIN HOOD - Little Walsingham
QUEENS HEAD - Beerhouse - Foulsham
BLACK HORSE - Reymerstone.
PLOUGH - Beerhouse - East Dereham
Dwelling House & Shop, formerly the OLD BELL - Marham

At the Globe Hotel, Lynn on Thursday 8th July 1858:-
WHITE HART INN - Downham Market
NAG'S HEAD - Beerhouse - Stow Bardolph
ALBION BAY - Gaywood
TUMBLE DOWN DICK - Grimston
COACH & HORSES - Dersingham
LADY OF THE LAKE - Lynn
TAP adjoining Railway Tavern - Lynn
CANTEEN TAVERN - Lynn

At the Railway Tavern, Brandon on Friday 9th July 1858 :-
WHITE HART - Brandon
PLOUGH INN - Lakenheath
CHEQUERS - Beerhouse - Lakenheath
The BEER-HOUSE - Feltwell
CROWN INN - Feltwell
LEATHER BOTTLE - Weeting

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The Swaffham Brewery Estate was offered fro sale by Private Treaty, June 1859, by the instructions of the Executors of the late Arthur Morse Esq.
Comprising an excellent Residence and Garden, Clerk's House, Several Cottages, &c., &c. A substantial and well arranged Brewery, in perfect order, and completely with the best Machinery, on the most approved principles; a superior newly-erected Malting Office of 1490 Coombs steep; two Malt Kilns and numerous Offices of every description, requisite for a large business; 38 Inns, Taverns, Public-houses and Beer-shops; also the beneficial Interest of the Vendors in 17 Public-houses and Beer-shops.

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Became Morse & Woods ( as given 1877 ) before take-over 1895 by
Steward & Patteson

Address in 1877 as White Hart Street & at Lowestoft