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LYNN STREET SOUTH GREENHOE HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 06.10.1952
SOUTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 19/5/1 & PS 19/5/2 (1926 - 1969)
SWAFFHAM BREWERY of John Morse
STEWARD & PATTESON to 1952
Licensees :
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ROBERT LUSHER 1847 - *1850
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EDWARD ALLCOCK
Named here 1863
Age 56 in 1861
*1858 - *1864
JOHN GARNER
age 43 in 1881
*1869 - *1883
Miss LYDIA GARNER (Gardner 1901, 1904 & 1912)
age 38 in 1891
*1888 - 1912
ALFRED WILLIAM WINTER undated
GEORGE EDWARD HENDRY by 1926
HERBERT GEORGE ROWE 16.04.1934
FLORENCE ELLEN ROWE 10.02.1947
HENRY ALEXANDER CHESSON
Licence transfer confirmed 03.11.1952
06.10.1952



Included within Lot No. 1 in sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse Esq. held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
Parlour, Bar, 2 Kitchens & 4 Bedrooms : with large Yard, Stable gig House & outbuildings, Pump & reservoir.

82¾ barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

On Monday 6th October 1952 the licence was temporarily transferred from Mrs. Rowe to Henry Chesson, the Kings Lynn manager of Messrs. Steward & Patteson. The magistrates were advised that the house would close that day and would not reopen. It was the intention to move the licence to another division.
This closure reduced the number of public houses in Swaffham to 13.

Licence transferred to the HOUSE on the GREEN, North Wootton 6th May1953.

Image thanks to Tyler Gladman 08.08.2008
Stan Winter outside the Ship c1920