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THE STREET SOUTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED in 1940's
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 to PS 24/9/2  ( 1878 to 1969) transferred c1920 to HOLT LICENCE REGISTER  PS 28/6/1 to PS 28/12/1 (1878 to c1962)
TRUNCH BREWERY Lot No. 12 in sale of Trunch Brewery Wednesday 25th August 1847
TRUNCH BREWERY PHILIP S PRIMROSE
MORGANS from 30th September 1895
Licensees :
ROBERT SPENCE
 & wheelwright
* 1836
STEPHEN EVERETT
 age 56
& farming 13 acres 1851
1841 - 1858
JAMES FULLER
tailor & victualler - age 28
* 1861
MARK  EVERETT
 ( age 29 in 1861 )
1862 - 1865
JOHN GRAY 1866 - 1869
JAMES BURTON 1870
WILLIAM BURTON
& carpenter age 35 in 1871
Died Q3 1883
1871 - 1883
Mrs FRANCES BURTON
Age 54 in 1901
( married James West Cooper Q1 1903 )
Died Q1 1924 - age 78
24.09.1883
JAMES WEST COOPER
Died Q1 1923 - age 70
11.05.1903
27.07.1908 - Fine 2/- plus 6/6d costs for selling in an unsealed vessel to a child under 14.
ARTHUR WILLIAM BURTON
( Son of  William & Frances Burton )
25.09.1924
HERBERT MINORS 07.08.1942

A Freehold property with Tenement, Land Tax 2s 6d when offered for sale August 1847.

 At court Monday 16th May 1870, James Burton was charged with having deficient pint and half-pint measures.
Fine of 4s 6d.

Document dated 30.09.1895 records conveyance from Betsy Neal Primrose & Oldman Carter (TRUNCH BREWERY) to Morgans.

House appears on Holt Register commencing 6th February 1920.

Licence appears as SUSPENDED in register 28/11/3 (February 1948 to 1959) and does not appear at all in later registers.

Closed between 1942 & 1948

Ownership of the building was transferred from Morgans Brewery to the village of Baconsthorpe in 1954. The main building was subsequently demolished (pre 1960) since it was considered to be in a dangerous condition.