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WHITE HORSE STREET
MARKET STREET
FOREHOE HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
FOREHOE HUNDRED REGISTERS taken 12thSeptember 1794
CANN & CLARKE included in sale of the Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS  
BULLARDS
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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JOSEPH HAYTHORPE 1794
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MILES STANDLY 1822
ELIZABETH STANDLY 1830
JOHN BREWSTER 1836
SARAH BREWSTER 1839
JONATHAN DRAKE
According to Pigot
1839
DAVID FULLER 1845
JOHN HUBBARD
1850 - 1868
Mrs HANNAH HUBBARD 1869
JOHN HUBBARD
Age 66 in 1871
& wheelwright
1871 - 1877
FREDERICK HOWES 1879 - 1896
JOHN WILLIAM SEDGEWICK 1900 - 1902
HENRY CLARKE 1904 - 1937
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..... HOOD c1962
...... CHATTERS c1965
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The White Horse - Wymondham - October 1995
October 1995

Left by landowner Thomas Randall to his grandsons in 1738, one of several houses in his estate.

Address as Pople Street 1830.

Address as Damgate Street  1856
Given at the White Horse, Suton 1850, 1851, 1854, 1863, 1865, 1868,1879 & 1892.
 White gives location as Suton in 1850, but Slater says Damgate Street, Wymondham.

The 1851 census gives the address as
Bait Hill, Suton.

White's directory of 1883 gives licensee shown at Damgate Street, Wymondham (but Kelly says he is at Suton 1879 & 1883).
In 1890 White gives location as at White Horse Street, Wymondham.

In 1899 John Betts (Who was known as Treacle Jack)
drank a ½ pint of beer here and then jumped into the path of an oncoming train, by leaping off Bait Hill railway bridge.

Morgans sales for 1960 were:-
126 barrels of beer
18 spirits.