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JOLLY SAILOR WELLS next the Sea index
EAST END
QUAY
NORTH GREENHOE HUNDRED - CLOSED by 1900
NORTH GREENHOE REGISTER 10th September 1794
RUSTS to 1861
BULLARDS Leased for 10 years from 6th April 1878
Licensees :
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RICHARD LISTER pre 1764
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ELIZABETH EVERITT 1794
...... BRIGHTMER 1795
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JOSEPH SCOTTOW 1807
JAMES ISAACS 1822
GEORGE LUBBOCK 1830
ROBERT MIDDLETON 1836
JOHN KENDLE
Age 50 in 1841
1839 - 1841
JOHN SHREEVE 1845 - 1877 +
Fine for selling beer after 11 pm on a Sunday - 12th August 1860


The original JOLLY SAILOR stood from at least 1720 to March 1807 when it was demolished. The house reopened in new premises, close to the original site, on 11th October 1807.

Site described in 1813 as at the Eastern starting point of Burnham road.

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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.
and including the FAMILY HOUSE, licensed by the Magistrates and known as the BREWERS ARMS.

Lots 2, 3 and 10 were garden and land.

Lot 4 was the JOLLY SAILOR, adjoining the Tramway and occupied by J. Shreeve.

Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 were other public houses in Wells, Wighton and Hindringham.