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SWAFFHAM BREWERY of John Morse
REEPHAM BREWERY to S&P 26th November 1878
STEWARD & PATTESON Conveyed from Frederick Morse (Swaffham Brewery) 2nd November 1895
BULLARDS from 1965
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Licensees :
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WILLIAM PYMER / PYMAR 1783 - 1794
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WILLIAM HOWARTH 1822
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SAMUEL LIBBIS 1830
JOHN JARY 1836
WRIGHT SMITH
age 40 in 1841
1839 - 1841
ROBERT NOKES 1841 - 1847
JOHN BUTTERS
age 42 in 1851
& cattle dealer
1851 - 1858
JOHN MALLOWS
age 52 in 1861
1861 - 1875
Mrs MALLOWS 1877
WILLIAM GOODERSON
age 63 in 1881
1879 - 1892
JACOB FLATT 1896
EDWARD CALVER 1900
EDGAR CALVER
age 48 in 1901
1901 - 1911
HENRY CHARLES SYMONDS 1912
GARNETT W. SYMONDS 1915 - 1922
GEORGE MAURICE BAKER by 1925
GEORGE OSBOURNE 11.01.1932
ANNIE OSBOURNE 04.03.1935
HORACE ARTHUR ALLWRIGHT 22.07.1935
MABEL ELLEN ALLWRIGHT 01.12.1958
DUDLEY A. GRIMBLE 28.03.1965
FRANK E. PIKE 04.10.1965
WILLIAM CORBRIDGE undated
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Formerly the site of the BLUE BOAR
(Destroyed by fire 14th November 1775)
According to the East Anglian Magazine - December 1970

The house appears to have been called the BLACK HORSE following redevelopment of the site. It is referenced as being formerly the BLACK HORSE in conveyance documents of 1878.

The creditors of the bankrupt John Money (a money scrivener) met here Wednesday 8th October 1783.

A Main of Cocks fought here Thursday 27th December 1827 for Fifty Guineas between Mr. J. Farrer of Necton and Mr. G. Goold of Swaffham.

Advertised to let 11th August 1841 with possession from Michaelmas (29th September)

Robert Nokes advised 28th October 1841 that having entered the Inn, he solicited the Patronage and Support of his Agricultural Friends and the Public.......


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 :-
Bar, Commercial Room, 2 Parlours, large Dining Room, Pantry, Store Room, Cellars, 2 Kitchens, Tap Room, 9 Bedrooms, 5 Stables, 2 Gig Houses, 2 Granaries & Yard with Pump & Reservoir .

Robert Nokes informed 30th October 1847, that he had re-hired the Inn and thanked his Friends and the Public for the support that he had been favoured with over the previous six years.

Closed by Steward & Patteson 22.02.1965.
13 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.
Property exchanged for a Bullards house, the DUKES HEAD at Stoke Ferry 01.10.1965

Renamed the BRECKLAND
during the 1960's

Later renamed the WHITE HART