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WAYLAND LICENCE REGISTER 2nd September 1789, 16th September 1794  & PS 15/3/1 ( 1937 - 1969 )
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WATTON BREWERY From 1816 to 1866
WYMONDHAM BREWERY Cann & Clarke - sold to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS until 1961
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1963
Licensees :
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ROBERT DENNIS 1789 - 1794
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SAMUEL RICE
( Went to CROWN INN )
by 1912 to April 1815
JOHN WARREN
& wheelwright
1822 - 1839
EDWARD PAYNE
according to Pigot 1839
Age 30 in 1841
( Died Q4 1867 )
1839 - 1841
JAMES COLDHAM
& cooper
1845
CHARLES SMITH 1846
WILLIAM TOLMAN
age 46 in 1851
1850 - 1854
THOMAS BRUNTON
& wheelwright
1856 - 1858
WILLIAM BRUNTON
& tailor - age 30
* 1861
WILLIAM HARRIS
( See Live & Let Live )
1863 -  * 1865
THOMAS MASON 1866 - 1868
Mrs CHARLOTTE WATERS
Age 65 in 1871
1869 - 1871
T. WATERS 1872
HENRY SAMPLE
Died Q3 1880 - age 50
1875 - 1879
Mrs SARAH ANN SAMPLE
widow - age 44 - 1881
(Died Q3 1901 - in Durham?)
1881 - 1901
ARTHUR EASTICK
Died Q2 1907 - age 52
1904
WILLIAM JOHNSON
(Died September 1948 - age 76)
1908 to 1915
JOHN GILBERT
previously living in Nordelph, West Dereham
Died June 1922 - age 69
from 1915 - 1922
Mrs CHARLOTTE GILBERT 1922  - 1929
AMBROSE WOODS
( Died March 1944 - age 71 )
1932 - 1933
Captain ALFRED E. H. LEE 05.07.1933
JAMES DENNIS SMITH
Died March 1947 - age 66
08.01.1937
GEORGE JOHN RICHARDSON
(Died December 1965 - age 71)
23.05.1947
DUDLEY ALBERT GRIMBLE
( brewery representative )
01.11.1963


For Sale by Auction Wednesday 5th August 1812, then in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Rice.

House purchased in 1812 by Edward Stephens.
(Founder of the Watton Brewery)

The effects of Samuel Rice were sold at the inn 28th April 1815, since he had removed to the CROWN INN. .

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Lot No. 4 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866. (Lot No. 4)
Described as in the occupation of Thomas Mason and built of Brick, Clay, and Tile, and containing Bar, Bar Parlour, Tap, Large Parlour, kitchen, Club Room, One Front and Three Back bedrooms, Four Attics, Pantry, excellent Cellar, Coal and Knife-house. In the Yard at the rear a Room for Travellers; Lead Pump, spacious Carriage-houses of Brick, stone, clay, and Tile; Three stables for fifteen horses; Hay Loft and Corn Chamber, Fowl House, Bin, &c., with an entrance to the back street; also a Right of Way at the east end of the Green Man into the Front Street.
Rent £23/10/-
Lot to be sold subject to owner and occupier of Lot 16 having Right of Way through the yard to the Front street.

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Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
25 barrels of beer
5 spirits

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