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LOW COMMON EYNESFORD HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 10.02.1969
EYNESFORD Licence Registers taken 17th September 1794 & PS/3/4/1 - PS/3/4/6 (c1880 - 1975)
St MARTINS BREWERY Lot No. 9 in sale of John Day's Brewery 11th October 1794
BIDWELLS Freehold property owned by the Dereham brewery as documented 1890
TRUNCH BREWERY  
MORGANS?  
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN Closed by Watney East (East Anglia) Ltd
Licensees :
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WILLIAM NEAL 1786
THOMAS KINGABY 1794
? 1819
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JOHN WEST
& shopkeeper
1836 - 1839
SAMUEL VIAL 1844 - 1871
Mrs HANNAH VIAL 1875 - 1877
GEORGE KING by 1879
SAMUEL KING 18.12.1882
JOHN EGLINGTON AMISS 21.06.1886
STEPHEN HOLMES 03.11.1890
SAMUEL BARKER 29.08.1898
WILLIAM WEGG 27.04.1914
ANGELA ELIZABETH WEGG 14.05.1917
WILLIAM WEGG 02.02.1920
JAMES HAGGERTY
(  also found as Heggerty)
10.02.1936
HUBERT WILLIAM EGMORE 04.02.1941
JOAN & NORMAN EGMORE
(Hebert Norman Egmore)
by 1958 to closure
JOHN FRANK NEVE
(Brewery representative)
10.02.1969


Offered For Sale 25th March 1786, then in occupation of Mr. Neal at the yearly rent of £6.
With a Stable and other Conveniences, half an Acre of Meadow Land, planted with 40 Ashes of 20 years growth.

Lot No. 4 (FALLGATE) in a Sale by Auction Saturday 30th January 1819.
Of the 8 Lots, seven were public houses about the county.

Advertised 13th February 1819 `To be disposed of by Private Contract, not having been sold at the Auction Saturday 30th January 1819.

Offered for sale by Auction 6th March 1819 as the FALGATE. The sale included 6 other licensed houses about the county.

The inquest into the murders of Louisa Frost, ten weeks old, Eliza Frost, 18 months, Charlotte Frost, three years and Harriet Frost five years old, was held here, Tuesday 8th April 1844. Their father, William Frost, admitted that he had killed all four the previous day in their house at Whitwell. His occupation was said to be a Tanner but he had previously been a member of a sect called the `Revivalists' or Primitive Methodists and had acted as a preacher. His actions were said to be due to fanaticism.
A verdict of Wilful Murder was immediately returned by the jury and William Frost was committed to the County Gaol for trial at the next Assizes.


As the VICTORIA FALL GATE 1856 according to Melville.
FALL GATE 1797, 1846, 1856 & 1865
FALGATE 1836, 1839 & 1864
FALLGATE 1883
FOLD GATE INN 1890, 1904, 1912, 1925, 1933 & 1937
FOLDGATE 1896 & c1962 (Bullards delivery list).