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RUSTS BREWERY WELLS next the Sea index
QUAY NORTH GREENHOE HUNDRED - CLOSED
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Licensees :
Mrs MARTHA RUST
Age 35 in 1841
1841 - 1861


The Brewery and Brewing Plant, Maltings, Store Houses, Stables, Barn, &c, situated on the Quay were advertised to be sold during June 1861.
As well as the Messuage, licensed as the BREWERS ARMS, six other licensed premises were to be sold.
The JOLLY SAILOR - East End
SHIP - Quay
DOGGER - Freeman Street
GREEN DRAGON - High Street
RED LION - Wighton
RED LION - Hindringham

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The Norfolk News of 29th June 1861 carried details of the forthcoming auction, Tuesday July 16th 1861, of :-
Lot 1. THE BREWERY, occupied by Mrs Rust.
The property included Brewhouse with thirty-barrel Copper by Pontifex, Stone Mash Tun and Underback, Two Stone Working Squares and other fixed Plant, a Malting of twenty-five coombs steep, large Coalhouse, Millhouse and Malt Mill, Hop Chamber, two Malt Chambers, boarded sides; Coopers Shop, large Granary, Tun-room and Granary over, Ale & Porter Stores, Stable, Gig-house, Horse-yard, Spirit Cellar and Store, large Barn and other Outbuildings, and a Coalhouse let off to William Smith.

...... and including the FAMILY HOUSE, licensed by the Magistrates and known as the BREWERS ARMS.
Lot 2 was an extensive Walled Garden of about 60 rods adjoining Lot1 and fronting Standard Road and was a `fine site for building'.
Lot 3 was a piece of land also fronting Standard Road and having a frontage of 230 feet was `peculiarly adapted for Building'.
Lot 10 comprised an inclosure of Arable Land called Bove Hall Piece and contained 8A 2R in hand.


Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 were public houses in Wells, Wighton and Hindringham as recorded above.