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TURNPIKE
FREEBRIDGE-LYNN HUNDRED FULL LICENCE -
REGISTERS TAKEN CASTLE RISING 26th September 1789 & 26th September 1794
STEWARD & PATTESON   
WATNEY MANN 1967 (Norwich Brewery in 1980's)
BRENT WALKER March 1988
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Licensees :
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JAMES LYNN 1789 - 1794
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HENRY GATES
& tailor 1836, 1845
& glass dealer 1851
& farmer 1854
& brewer 1856
age 35 - 1841 ?
age 53 - 1851 ?
1835 - 1856
18th August 1856 - Charged along with John Jarvis, publican,  William Moore, farmer, and William Warner, herdsman, for cruelly ill-treating sheep. Each fined 5s and 15s 6d costs, or 21 days' imprisonment, except Moore who was to pay 1s and 15s 6d costs, or 14 days' imprisonment.
BENJAMIN POWLEY
& brewer
age 32 in 1861
See opposite.
1858 - 1870
Monday 6th July 1863 - Fine of 10s and 14s costs for having house open for the sale of beer during divine service on 14th June.
JOHN RIPPENGILL
age 29 in 1871
(Manager for Benjamin Powley)
*1870 - 1875
WALTER FOX
& carpenter
1877
WILLIAM DUNHAM
& carpenter
age 41 in 1881
1879 - 1883
Mrs SUSAN DUNHAM
age 56 in 1891
1888 - 1908
PERCY GEORGE BRAYBROOKE 1911 - 1925
Monday 17th July 1911 - accused of having four persons in the house, on 29th June, during prohibited hours (10:35 pm).
Case dismissed since it was said that those present were friends of Mr. Braybrooke and no alcohol had been served.
Mrs ELLEN BRAYBROOKE 1929 - 1933
LIONEL WILLIAM ELSEGOOD 1937
ARTHUR JOHN NURSE 1939
BERTRAM CHARLES GRIMES by 02.1950
ALEC HARDY 05.06.1967
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BOB & BETTY THORPE by 12.1977
GEORGE & SUE MASON by 12.1979
TREVOR FORECAST
( KEN LIGHT manager)
06.1986
TERESA LYNE by 1988 to 12.1989
JANE & DEAN LANE
by 04.1990
JOHN & ROZ CONSTABLE
went to W. Walton King of Hearts
08.1990 - 1993
STEVE & WENDY BARNES 06.1993
KEVIN RUTTER by 08.1994 - 1995
PETER OVERSON &
SHAUN BELL
(JULIE OVERSON, manager)
by 09.1995
MARILINE, PAUL & JULIE OVERSON 12.1996 -  04.1998+
ANDREW & MICHELLE RAYNER 08.1999
MARTIN HILL &
MANDY CRIGHTON
03.2002
PETER NAPTHEN by 2003
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(Mistakenly under Roydon, Diss in directories 1846 & 1883)


Benjamin Powley announced 24th December 1870 that he had taken the HOSTE ARMS, Burnham Market, but had entrusted the Three Horse Shoes and his Brewing business to the management to John Rippengill.
On 10th June 1871, Mr. Powley advised that he had given up his interest in the Three Horse Shoes and handed over to Mr. Rippengill.

Listed under Longham in 1967

One of only 18 Norfolk public houses recommended by the Egon Ronay pub guide of 1969.
"for ample food and simple comfort".

Landlady Teresa Lyne suffered from torn ligaments having taking part in a sponsored charity parachute drop. As reported 11th October 1988.