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HANWORTH NORTH ERPINGHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 05.07.1971
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 24/6/1 - PS 24/9/2 (1872 - 1969)
transferred to
HOLT LICENCE REGISTER PS 28/8/1 - PS 28/12/1 (February 1918 - c1962)
transferred to
NORTH ERPINGHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS/24/9/3 ( 1962 - c1982 )
JOHN THOMAS MOTT of Barningham Hall
BULLARDS by 1920 to at least 1967
WATNEY MANN Closed by Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd 05.07.1971
Licensees :
-  
........ THIRTLE 1832
-
WILLIAM PRATT 1836
JAMES ROWLAND
& farmer
1845 - 1858
JOHN LOCKETT 1861 - 1874
Charged Monday 31st May 1869 by Inspector Mobbs, of Holt, with having four quart and three pint measures unjust. Claiming he was unaware he had short measures in his house, Mr. Lockett was ordered to pay costs of 4s 6d.
ROBERT H JEFFRIES 12.10.1874
STEPHEN EVERETT
& farmer
1875
 to 1922
HENRY EDWARD GAY 27.10.1922
FRANK WILTSHIRE 24.10.1924
JAMES COOPER 11.02.1927
GEORGE ALFRED GEE 16.06.1933
MABEL GEE 26.06.1942
WALTER FIELDS 02.05.1958
ALFRED JAMES FAULKES 01.04.1960
to closure
DUDLEY GRIMBLE 23.07.1971



James Rowland married Jane Lawrence, late housekeeper to the Earl of Orford, on 13th January 1858.


c1960

Lot 11 in the sale of property, late of Mr. Thomas Colk, of North Walsham. Sale held Friday 8th June 1832.
Described as a Substantial Double Cottage, used as a Beer-house, together with a Yard and Garden in the occupation of ....Thirtle. The lot being Leasehold for the residue of 1000 years, commencing 12th January 1765.

First appears in Holt Register 6th February 1920.

Bullards when in Holt licence register.

Mentioned in Bullards delivery list c1962.

S&P business report, prepared for Watney Mann, June 1969 stated - `No counter service and extremely poor toilet facilities'.
Immediate closure was recommended.


This is believed to be Alfred Faulkes
He is about to serve beer the way it should be done -
straight from the wood.
Note the aluminium barrel to the left