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THREE FEATHERS WYMONDHAM index
TOWN GREEN FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
PETER FINCH As recorded 1800 ( owned by Finch & Steward in documents dated 1837 to 1851 )
STEWARD & PATTESON   
WATNEY MANN to closure 15.04.1975
FREEHOUSE  
Licensees :
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? 1776
JOHN WATTS 1794
-  
ROBERT BATREM
also as Bartrum
& cooper
1822 - 1830
WILLIAM HUBBARD 1836 - 1845
Mrs SARAH HUBBARD
age 47 in 1851
1846 - 1865
ELLIS PEACOCK
& butcher
1869 - 1871
JOHN HURRELL 1875
HENRY KNOTT 1877 - 1896
A. BLYTH 1900
BENJAMIN GILES BUGG 1904
ALBERT CHARLES COOK 1908
FRED MYHILL 1912 - 1916
ALBERT ELSEGOOD 1922 - 1937
-  
-  
HORACE ( Horrie ) STEWARD
& wife ETHEL
to early 1970's
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EDDIE ALDOUS
( run by daughter LORNA PALMER by 2009 )
From c1984
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Horrie Steward c1970

Horrie Steward at the bar c1970 - Image thanks to Baden Gooch.

Wymondham Feathers - 13.04.1998
13.04.1998

Generally referenced as the FEATHERS.
The PLUME OF FEATHERS 1863.
Also found in early 1900's as the PRINCE OF WALES FEATHERS.

Advertised for sale in the Norfolk Chronicle of 6th April 1776.
``Property Freehold - apply to Reverend Mr. Humphrey at Thorpe next Norwich''.

Steward & Patteson records confirm that the house included a slaughterhouse.

Henry March enjoyed his last pint of beer here in 1877, he was arrested and executed for the brutal murders of his employer and a worker at premises known as the `Rothbury' in Pople Street.