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CHAPEL BELL CROWNTHORPE C Suton
Wymondham
CROWNTHORPE ROAD WYMONDHAM BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1957?
SETCH? c1728
CANN & CLARKE Owned by John Cann by 1800
MORGANS Sold 1957
Licensees :
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WILLIAM TURRELL
Given at the Bell, Wymondham.
1794
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J S CANN 1806
ROBERT BREVATOR 1836 - 1839
SAMUEL PLOWMAN
age 39 in 1851
1845 - 1856
EDWARD MILLER 1858
HENRY WILSON ROSE
& dealer
(as W. H. ROSE 1865)
*1861 - 1865
WILLIAM BROWN 1869
RICHARD GRANT
& farmer 11 acres
1871 - 1872
ALFRED NEAL 1879 - 1881
JOHN ELSEY 1883 - 1886
ALFRED CLAXTON *1888
CHARLES CHENERY
Died 1941
1890 - 1941
ROBERT DAINES
(of Poppy Lot Farm)
15.07.1941

Image provided by Will Smith. 30.08.2005.
The Chapel Bell in 1952


Image by Will Smith 30.08.2005

30.08.2005

Images provided by Will Smith 30.08.2005 - Many Thanks

Named at various times BELL, CHAPEL BELL (1865 & 1881), CHAPEL, CHAPEL BELL TAVERN, BLUE BELL (1839 & 1871).

As BELL in Cann & Clarke deed of partnership 1st June 1824.

Shown as the BELL INN on Bryant's 1826 map.

Given as at SUTON 1836, 1846, 1865 & 1869
As at Downham 1845 and 1850.
Location as at Chapel Lane 1851, 1861, 1871, 1879 & 1891.

Situated approximately one mile beyond the Cock on Crownthorpe Road, heading towards Kimberley. Supposed to be named after either a Friends Meeting house, or older Westwade Chapel.
Sold by Wymondham Brewery (Cann & Clarke) 11.05.1894 to Morgans.