|NORFOLK PUBLIC HOUSES|
In January 1782, Robert
Andrews, alehouse keeper of Horsford was charged with being concerned in
the murder of Jacob Blyth.
John Barnard and Samuel Thursby were also under arrest for the same crime.
A group of 16 - 18 poachers had fought with gamekeepers on the estate of the Earl Of Buckingham - 23rd December 1781.
Jacob Blyth was assistant gamekeeper and had died of wounds.
The life of assistant keeper James Gibons was in danger.
A reward of £100 was offered for information leading to conviction