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WHITE HOUSE TROWSE NEWTON Trowse
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- HENSTEAD HUNDRED - CLOSED
HENSTEAD & DEPWADE REGISTER taken September 1790 & 1794
STEWARD & Co  House only supplied by Stewards during the years 1844 to 1845 and from 1847 to 1848
Licensees :
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JAMES COOKE 1790 - 1794
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JAMES KING 1820 - 1842
ANN KING 1845
JOHN WORTLEY
age 45 in 1851
1850 - 1854
ROBERT DIGBY 1856 - 1860
MARY ANN DIGBY
& farmer
1860 - 1863



Also as WHITLINGHAM WHITE HOUSE.

In a message to the public dated 13th October 1820, James King announced that he had agreed to continue keeping the Public House and said that a continuance of their favours would be acknowledged with gratitude.

 The 1854 entry for Whitlingham Parish says that the house is actually in Trowse Parish and includes a ferry connection across the river Yare.

All persons with claims against, or debts to the late Robert Digby were asked to settle their business with his wife Mr. Mary Ann Digby, in a notification dated 28th June 1860.

The entry for 1864 states that the house `has recently been pulled down and its site attached to the mansion at Crown Point.'

However in 1871 the census gives Benjamin Parsons, agricultural labourer living in Whitlingham Lane in a property called the White House.