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Only references to
The Norfolk Chronicle of 6th December 1783 reported....
on Thursday the 27th of November, 1783,
about three o' Clock in the Afternoon, two Men, with a Horse, called at
the House of William HORNNIGOLD, at the ADAM and EVE of Shipdham, in
Norfolk, where they staid all Night, and went away on the Friday Morning,
but upon their refusing to pay the Expenses, the Landlord stopped the
Horse. Not hearing from them since, and having some reason from their
Behaviour to believe it was not their own, he takes this Method of
publishing his Marks, It is a Brown Bay Horse, aged, about 14 Hands high,
a Star on his Forehead, some white on his Nose, two white Feet
behind, several Saddle Spots, a short hanging Mane, and nicked Tail. the
Owner, by bringing proper Testimony of the Identity of the said Horse, may
have him again by paying his and all other Expenses, by applying to
William HORNNIGOLD aforesaid.
WOODRISING is approximately 3 miles from the centre of
Location as Woodrysing in 1794
According to the Alehouse Recognizances taken 16th
Peter Sutton was at the Adam & Eve, WOODRISING.
The entry following those for the Cricket Players, Golden Dog and White
Horse, all recorded at Shipdham.