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MORGANS ?   
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 27.10.1922 for the sum of £800
WATNEY MANN   
     
Licensees :
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JOSHUA MIDDLETON 1794
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HENRY COE c1815
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GEORGE WITHERS
& cattle dealer
1832 - 1837
ROBERT EMERSON
& bricklayer
* 1845 - 1846
ROBERT HOWES (45) 1851
EDWARD PALMER 1854 - 1861
Mrs SARAH PALMER 1863 - 1865
JAMES EAGLE
& carrier
1868 - 1888
JOHN MASON 1890 - 1892
GEORGE FITZHUGH *1896 - * 1908
GEORGE CHATER 1912 - 1916
HERBERT RICHARD GAZE 1922 to 1944
Fine 02.11.1931 of 2/- plus 6d costs for selling out of hours
HERBERT WILLIAM GAZE 30.10.1944
FRANK SKEET 22.10.1945
to 1969+?
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PAUL & SARAH SYKES 2007
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1912

Offered to be sold by Auction Wednesday the 30th day of August 1815 upon the premises at four o'clock in the afternoon...
`ALL that capital and well accustomed Public House called Newton GEORGE situate at Newton within a short distance from Castleacre, comprising two parlours, kitchen, wash-house, and back house, five bedrooms and good attics with excellent cellars, capital brewing office, granary, barn, hay houses, and stabling for fourteen horses with every necessary appendage for the business, and several enclosures of excellent land, containing together twelve acres. The premises are in good repair and possess a flourishing trade and possession may be had immediately.'

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The creditors of Henry Coe were advised 2nd March 1816 that they would receive 5s 6d in the pound, on their respective debts.

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Described as commodious and well-accustomed, with complete Brewing office, good cellars, granary, barn, stables, and every requisite outbuilding adjoining, all in good repair, and in great part, new built, together with several Inclosures of excellent Land, altogether about 12 acres, when offered for sale June 1822.

Sale of the premises, scheduled for Wednesday 19th June 1822, was postponed until further notice, as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 15th June 1822.

Appears on Bryants 1826 map.

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Listed as a beerhouse 1912.

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Observed to be closed July 2014........