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Kings Head
11 MARKET PLACE
UPPER MARKET
St PETER MANCROFT - CLOSED
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Licensees :
THOMAS ALLDAY or JOSEPH COPPING
(Both are given at a Kings Head, Mancroft
See Castle Street)
1760 - 1764
FRANCIS KERRISON 1776 - 1777
BENJAMIN PROBERT here 11.1778 - 1785
HENRY RAVEN 1786 - 1798
WILLIAM LEACH / LEECH 1802 - 1811
R. DARBY 1822



Note:- The Thomas Allday given 1760 - 1764 is probably Thomas Allday Kerrison, given as a bankrupt in 1808 - The hearing was held here at the King's Head.
This suggests that Mr. Copping was at the Castle Street address.

Francis Kerrison gave a dinner here 8th May 1776.

The Commissioners of Bankruptcy held hearings here 10th February 1776 and 25th February 1777.

Benjamin Probert advertised 14th December 1781 that a CARAVAN would set out from the premises that night, on the 22nd December and again on Saturday 29th December to deliver Presents to London for Christmas and the New Year. Deliveries would be very punctual. The Dilligence and the New Coach, setting out from the Inn at Ten, would be reserved for Passengers as usual.

30 Market Place in 1783

Offered to let 8th October 1785. Then in occupation of Benjamin Probert, but available for Immediate Possession upon application to Mr. Benjamin Leeder, Arminghall, Norwich.

In July 1786, Henry Raven informed the Nobility, Gentry and Public in General that he had completed in the neatest manner, the King's Head Inn and acknowledged the support they had already given him.


One of 40 houses named as being engaged for the Reception of Freeholders for Sir John Woodhouse and Sir Edward Astley's Friends on the Day of Election, Wednesday 14th April 1784.

As mentioned by Parson Woodforde?

The creditors of Loddon merchant Nathaniel Dennington were to meet here Wednesday 18th February 1807.