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HUMBLEYARD HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
Included in FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
JAMES PARKER  .... of Wymondham according to 1832 Register of Electors
EDWARD PARKER to 1848
JAMES PARKER 1848 - 1862 : For sale 9th August 1862, then in the occupation of Cann & Clarke, Wymondham Brewery
STEWARD & PATTESON    
WATNEY MANN Closed April 1984
FREEHOUSE Re-opened 09.08.1989
Licensees :
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ROBERT THURSTON 1794
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LEVYI SCOTT 1829
THOMAS MANN 1836
JAMES CURTIS
age 65 in 1851
1838 - 1852
Mrs HANNAH CURTIS
age 58 in 1854
1852 - 1872
ALFRED CLAXTON 1875 - 1885
JOHN AVES 1888 - 1908
ALICE & SAMUEL JOHN FOLKES 1911 - 1922
ARTHUR ERNEST YALLOP 1925
SIMEON HOWLETT
(Simeon as given 1929, 1933 & 1937)
1927 - 1957
Mrs MAY HOWLETT 1957 - 12.1983
JACKIE NOY 12.1983 -
closure 1984
Closed April 1984 to August 1989
CAROL & JOHN TURNER 1989 - 2005
? 2005 - 2008
DAVID & GILL BRAKE from 2008

Adelaide, youngest daughter of James Curtis, married Mr. Frederick Cox of Lowestoft on Tuesday 2nd March 1852.

The Bird In Hand - 20.07.1996
20.07.1996

For sale 09.08.1862
`A substantially built house of brick and tile containing :-
2 Front Sitting Rooms, Large Club Room, Bar, Back Kitchen, Pantry Large Cellar and 5 Bedrooms. Also Stables for 8 horses, Gig House, Hay Loft, Piggeries, Yard & Pump. Well planted Garden and Pightle of Capital land containing 1A 3R 20P. In the occupation of Cann & Clarke or their Undertenant'

One of the current bars is situated in what was a stable.