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TURNPIKE DEPWADE HUNDRED - CLOSED 18.07.1961
HENSTEAD & DEPWADE REGISTERS taken September 1789, 1790 & 1794
DISS BREWERY 99 year lease from the Duke of Norfolk granted 1749 ( Purchased at some time between 1777 & 1786 )
. Sold by John Dyson of the Diss Brewery 1823
( STEWARD & PATTESON ) Supplied as a freehouse by S&P ( the first time by them ) during the year November 1850 to 1851.
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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JOSEPH BISHOP 1789 - 1794
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GEORGE FISK 1836
SAMUEL KETTLE 1841
JOHN BUXTON
age 39 in 1851
Went to Pulham St. Mary Crown.
1845 - 1851
WILLIAM YOUNGMAN
& tailor
(as W. Young senior 1865)
1854 - 1869
Miss SARAH YOUNGMAN 1871 - 1875
GEORGE WATSON SMITH
& carpenter
& wheelwright
Age 78 in 1911
1877 - 1911
JAMES BARNARD 1912 - 1925
CHARLES LEEDER 1929
ALBERT MARSHALL 1933 - 1937
.TIMOTHY DADE 03.08.1937
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Also found as the DUKE.

Appears in Licence Register taken 10th September 1789.

An auction of the estate of the bankrupt Joseph Bishop held here Tuesday 23rd July 1816. Sale included land, and all crops growing thereon, called Great and Little Blacklands, Drake's or Ash Yards, Potters Pightle, all in Stratton St Mary and a Double Cottage in Wacton.

Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.

In court at long Stratton, Tuesday 24th April 1866, baker Alfred William Seaman (16) and riveter Joseph Daniels, both from Norwich, each received one month's imprisonment, with hard labour for stealing a pair of "highlows", value 5s, from William Youngman.

For Sale by Auction Saturday 20th June 1868.
(Date of sale originally given as 30th May 1868, seemingly then unsold, or sale rescheduled. )
Then in occupation of William Youngman.
With Stables, Sheds and good Garden containing 1a.0r.17p.

S&P advised their solicitors by a letter dated 20th November 1908 that the half yearly tithe of 3/10d had been paid twice by mistake.

Delicensed c1970

 

`Secretly demolished' one Sunday night
in spite of being heritage listed and having a demolition order denied.