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SWAFFHAM BREWERY Part of the estate of John Morse as listed 1847
BIDWELL & Co  
BULLARDS 1924
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER 03.1988
GRS INNS ( In administration February 2010 )
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Licensees :
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GEORGE DAVY 1785
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Mr. R. G. BEESLEY c1818
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WILLIAM NORMAN 1819 - 1836
JOHN CRISP 1839
ISAAC GRAY 1845 - 1847
JAMES MAIN 1850
GEORGE GREEN 1854
WILLIAM COLE
& bailiff for the County Court
1856
JAMES OSBORNE 1858
ROBERT LARGENT
Age 51 in 1871 & wheelwright
1861 - 1879
HEZEKIAH KING
( as Ezekiah King 1888 & 1892 )
Age 63 in 1891 & smith
1883 - 1892
RALPH KING 1896 - 1900
HENRY MOTT 1904
ROBERT JOHN ALDERTON by 1908
Fine of £1 on 14.05.1931 for selling out of hours.
GEORGE JOHN MUNFORD 06.02.1933
SYDNEY ARTHUR GRAVE 03.02.1938
ROY BERNARD BRISTER 02.03.1950
ELSIE ALICE BRISTER 23.04.1953
JOHN PATRICK GEORGE 24.10.1953
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For sale by auction June 1785, then in the occupation of Mr. Davy.
Address given as Bridgegate Street.

In 1830 the coach the TELEGRAPH, from Norwich to London called daily at 10:00am and returned in the evening at 5:00pm.
The MAGNET, from London to Norwich called daily at 5:00am.

Lot No. 45 in 2nd day of sale by order of the Trustees of the late John Morse Esq. held 8th & 9th September 1847.
The property included :-
``A large Club room & a 5 roomed Cottage, a large inclosed yard, 3 six stalled stables & other requisite outbuildings - Freehold''

Offered To Let, Immediately 25th September 1847 - Possession Michaelmas next ( 29th September ).

Valuation given 25.07.1889 as £720

A Grade II listed building.

Roof of outbuilding at rear of premises collapsed at 4:00pm on Sunday 8th May 2016.
One woman suffering minor injuries caused by one of many falling tiles.