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FREEHOUSE Supplied for the first time  (as a Freehouse) by Steward & Patteson 1846 to 1847
WATTON BREWERY to sale August 1866
WYMONDHAM BREWERY Sold to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS
Licensees :
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Mrs ELIZABETH HOOK 1849
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WILLIAM OVERTON
age 41
1851 - 1856
Fine of £1 and 11s 6d costs on Saturday 28th August 1852 for keeping house open during the hours of divine service
WILLIAM WHITTRED 1858 - 1863

1864
EDWARD CLARKE 1865 - 1881
HENRY CLARKE 1883 - 1890
GEORGE BROWN 1892 - 1894
JOHN RUMP 1896
THOMAS BAILEY 1900 - 1904
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For Sale by Auction Thursday 1st March 1849.
Including about Two Acres of excellent Pasture Land.
In occupation of Mrs. Hook.

Lot No. 7 in sale of Watton Brewery properties held at the Crown Inn, Watton on Wednesday 22nd August 1866.
Described as in the occupation of  E Clarke and built of Brick and Tile, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Bar, Scullery, Store Room, Cellar, and Three Bedrooms. Also a Stable, Sheds, Garden, and productive Meadow, containing together about 2 acres.
Rent £12. Freehold. Tithe Rent Charge 6 shillings. Land-tax 7 shillings.

Provisional licence issued February 1906, at Swaffham Licensing Sessions, since Compensation had not been paid in accordance with decisions made in 1905.
However it was heard that the sum of compensation had been fixed and it could take two or three years before a conclusion was reached.


Not found in 1908 & 1912 directories but still appears
as the STAR INN in 1915 Register of Electors.
(No elector registered at house however)