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LION YARD
NORTH GREENHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1906
NORTH GREENHOE REGISTERS September 1789 to  1794 and NORTH GREENHOE LICENCE REGISTERS PS 27/8/1 to PS 27/8/2 (1903 - 1975)
JOHN BERESFORD 1799
ROBERT LEEDER 1813
BULLARDS by 1903
Licensees :
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JAMES GRICE c1770
JOHN BOON
Died 1798
undated
ELIZABETH BOON
widow
Died 1798
11.09.1789 - 1798
ROBERT JESSOP 1799
WILLIAM PENNINGTON
(died 1811)
by 1807
ANN PENNINGTON
Age 60 in 1841
1811 - 1845
JOHN POWDITCH
(Ann Powditch 1850 - Thomas Powditch 1858)
1845 - 1862
JOHN PLUMB RAMM
& brewer
1862
to closure 1906

Possibly dated from 1673.

Offered for sale October 1748 `That well-accustomed Inn called the ROYAL OAK, and also two other Messuages with a Malthouse, Barn and Coal-house...' ?

In sales particulars of 1807, the property is identified as previously being known as the ROYAL OAK, but the RED LION since the occupation of James Grice.

For sale by auction Monday 3rd November 1856.
`All that well situated and long established Inn with cellar, stable and other Buildings attached thereto, with Cottage, Brew house, Store and Tap-room, opposite same.

Licence refused 1906. According to the Norfolk Chronicle of 10.02.1906 the licence was referred to Walsingham Licensing justices for Compensation.

Referred as a freehold property, by Bullards, for Compensation 18.01.1908

Demolished