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SHROPHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 06.07.1970
GUILTCROSS & SHROPHAM REGISTERS TAKEN 19th September 1789 & 17th September 1794
DISS BREWERY 18th C
WYMONDHAM BREWERY CANN & CLARKE to 1894
MORGANS   
BULLARDS   
WATNEY MANN   
Licensees :
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HENRY MORLEY to 1778
ROBERT HOBBLEDAY as given October 1779
RICHARD HOBBLEDAY to November 1780
CHARLES HAWKSLEY
(also at the COCK)
from November 1780
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WILLIAM GREEN
(Died 1st November 1839, age 61. Apparently still residing at the Crown)
1789 - 1830
ROBERT BARNARD 1836 - 1839
WILLIAM GREEN
age 35 in 1841
(Name as Grace 1841 ??)
1841 - 1846
MARY ANN GREEN
(widow - age 44 in 1851)
1850 - 1856
HENRY BOWDEN
& farmer 50 acres
age 60 1861
& wheelwright 1865
1858 - 1865
GEORGE RUTTER 1868 - 12.1870
JOHN CAPES
& farmer 50 acres 1881 - age 38 
& farmer & carrier 1883
& farmer 1891
20.12.1870  - 1908
FREDERICK J CAPES by 03.1909 - 1912
ARTHUR SAMUEL CHILVERS 1915 - 1922
NELSON ERNEST GOGLE 1925 - 1929
ROBERT HARRY COTTRELL 1937
LEONARD READ 1940
Fine of 10s on Monday 18th November 1940, for on 28th October, having a light coming from a window, contravening the black-out regulations.
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...... SMITH c1962
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c1968

All those indebted to the Estate of the Henry Morley, late of the Crown Inn, Attleborough, were to settle their matters on or before 1st July 1778.

The Household Furniture of the Crown Inn were to be Sold by Auction Thursday 9th November 1780.
The items included:- Four Post Sacking Bottom Bedsteads, with check and other sorts of furniture, Feather Beds, Blankets and Quilts, Mahogany Dining Tables and Chairs, Looking Glass, Kitchen Furniture; Also three Post Chaises and Horse, about Thirty Dozen of Old Port Wine, with some White Wines and Spirituous Liquors - All to be sold without reserve.

Offered for sale by auction 16th February 1784
Said at the time to have `within these few years undergone a good and thorough repair, and are fitted up in a very genteel and elegant Stile, and exceedingly well adapted either for an Inn or the Residence of a Sporting Gentleman.'

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In 1830 the coach `The MAGNET' called at 6.15pm every evening on the way from Norwich to London.
It stopped again in the morning at 6.15am on the return journey to Norwich. (at same times as quoted at COCK Inn)

Carrier John Clarke left for Thetford every Saturday morning.

Vans from Norwich to London, by Deacon & Mack, called at the CROWN and the GRIFFIN every night and returned in the morning.

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Listed in Cann & Clarke (Wymondham Brewery) documents dated 26th May 1876

Property included in sale of Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894.

MORGANS sales 1960 were 125 barrels of beer and 39 spirits.

Closed 06.07.1970 by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd.