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SOUTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 2/5/1 & PS 2/5/3 (3 Feb 1925 to c1982)
ROBERT HORACE Earl of Orford, Wolterton Hall
LORD WALPOLE Wolterton Hall
     
Licensees :
JOHN & CHARLOTTE WRIGHT * 1823 - 1833
ROBERT PLATTEN
age 45 in 1851
& farmer
(died Q4 1857)
* 1833  - 1851
STEPHEN WESTNEY 1854 - 1858
ROBERT CHAPMAN
& farmer 74 acres 1861 - age 37
& farmer 100 acres 1871 & 1881
1860 - 1883
GEORGE ROSE PORRETT
& farmer
age 60 in 1891
(died Q1 1899)
1888 - 1892
ALFRED DOUGHTY 1896
HENRY ADCOCK
& farmer
age 58 in 1901
1900 - 1901
CHARLES DUFFIELD
died Q1 1910
1904 - 1910
Mrs EDITH DUFFIELD 1910 - 1912
FREDERICK WILLIAM HALL 1915 to 1926
JOHN BOND 03.08.1926
ALFRED ERNEST HENRY LEE 18.10.1932
VALENTINE GRAY 05.02.1935
ALBERT E HALL 01.04.1941
THOMAS WILLIAM RITCHIE LAKE 11.04.1950
ARTHUR FISHER BURTON 09.09.1952
FREDERICK RICHARD CANNELL 05.09.1961
RONALD HERBERT ELSDON 17.04.1968 -
01.07.1980
MICHAEL J W DYBALL
(Temporary licence granted 26.06.1980)
07.08.1980
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TIM & JANE ELWES by 2012


Map ref : TG1631

The Saracens Head c1988


Built 1806 as a coaching inn for visitors to Wolterton Hall.
originally known as the NEW INN.

Appears on Bryant's 1826 map.

Part of the Household Furniture of John Wright was to be Sold by Auction on Friday, 25th October 1833, as a consequence of Mr. Wright having quit the premises.

In Steward & Patteson records as first supplied during the year 1850 to 1851.

The business of Robert Platten, including a 3 coomb brewing plant was offered for sale by auction 3rd October 1851.
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The Norwich Mercury of 30th June 1860 advised :-
`Mr. Robert Chapman begs to announce to his Friends and Public that the Opening Dinner will take place on Wednesday July the 11th. W.H.Scott in the Chair. Dinner at Half-past Four for Five O'clock. Tickets 10s 6d each, for which an early application is politely requested.


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George Porrett issued an invoice dated January 1889 to a Mr E Sharpin for a mixture of taxes, balanced against goods received.
Payment was due for :
2nd instalment of Poor Rate for July 1888, £1/14/11d.
1st instalment Poor Rate due for 6th November 1888, £1/9/11d.
Highway Rate due £1/9/11.

2nd instalment Poor Rate 15th January 1889, £1/9/11.
Poor Rate instalment for 5th May 1889, £1/5/-d
Highway Rate due £1/19/11.

All LESS :
Wheat received to the value of £2/1/3d
One acre of Swedes to value of £4/-/-

Giving Total due of £3/4/8d
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