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CHURCH STREET EYNESFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1959
Eynesford Licence Registers PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 (c1880 - 1975)
TRUNCH BREWERY (Lease) Owned by Mrs Mary Stone of Whitwell
MORGANS (Lease) Owned by Edward Woodyatt from 1910
MORGANS from 1952
Licensees :
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HENRY BISHOP
& plumber, glazier & carrier
1856
ROBERT DYBALL
& horse dealer
(Thomas Dyball in 1868 directory)
1861 - 1868
Mrs MARIA DYBALL 1869
THOMAS DYBALL by 1878
GEORGE MUNFORD
& carrier
19.04.1880
JAMES BLYTH 24.12.1888
ALFRED COWLEY SAVORY
also as Alfred Coulsey Savory
18.03.1889
JOHN COLE 1894 - 1900
CHARLES DOUGLAS GRAVER 15.10.1900
WILLIAM UTTING 10.11.1902
THOMAS BALLS 21.12.1903
WILLIAM AMOS SCOONES 18.12.1905
HERBERT WILTON 11.06.1906
WILLIAM AMOS SCOONES 17.06.1907
SIDNEY PUMMELL 17.05.1909
THOMAS BACON from 1917
CHARLES STANLEY CLAXTON 18.12.1933
JAMES McCARTER 01.12.1952
to closure 1959



Built in 1573 according to an article in `COUNTRY HOMES AND INTERIORS, October 1996 - where it was stated that previous owners had `stripped the building of period touches which were ripped out and burnt.......wonderful hinges were still unearthed in the garden.'

Said to stand in all three parishes of Hackford, Reepham & Whitwell.

Known as Tom Dyball's Tap by 1868.

Licence surrendered 20th May 1959

 

 

Updates thanks to ``Fifteen Locals '' by Joyce Cox