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The images shown are not necessarily Norfolk Houses and most are not - are you able to confirm location?

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Where was the Piper's Fancy?


The DUKE OF YORK - A Free House.
Posted 1906

Leverertt & Frye Limited
Competitive Stores : Off Licence
Selling Ind Coope Ales & Stout
Agent for W&A Gilby
Image posted 1906
Paul Fuller advises 13.07.17 that Leverett & Frye were a grocery chain which started out in Greenwich. They eventually had over 50 outlets in Britain and Ireland. This is not the Bournemouth store.
 



The WHEAT SHEAF INN  



The BELL
somewhere in England... 




The RISING SUN - a beerhouse.
MORGANS ALES on sale.
THOMAS BRADSHAW licensee.
Should be easy!
15.09.06 - Strong evidence from Bunny that this may be at
Wimblington, Cambridgeshire.......Any confirmation?


Charles Young is licensed to sell
Wines, Spirits, Beer and Tobacco at these premises.  


The ...... ARMS ?
Looks like the corner has been rebuilt...
 
This image is dated 1950 and shows
The ANCHOR selling BULLARDS ALES


No clues except.....
They played billiards here. 

This is said to be a Norfolk house and appeared
in the local newspaper where it was identified as the
THREE NAGS - FRITTON.
However, if you compare with the 1965 photograph
to the right, there are significant differences in doors, windows and chimneys.
The signboard above the door suggests that Frederick...... was the previous landlord and Joseph ....... is the current.
Unfortunately the paint is peeling from the sign and both names are partially showing. The latter occupant
may be DIGBY or similar.

The THREE NAGS - Fritton.
1965
Image thanks to Seth Reeder.


   
 
   
   
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