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- FREEBRIDGE - LYNN HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED after 1971
FREEBRIDGE-LYNN LICENCE REGISTERS 7th September 1789 & 8th September 1794
STEWARD & PATTESON   
WATNEY MANN  
Licensees :
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JOHN WALLS here 07.09.1789 - 1794
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ROBERT WEST
& farmer
(John Wells was his manager)
1830 - 1836
JOHN WELLS 1836 - 1837
JOHN INGS 1839
JOHN WELLS
age 45
1841
JOHN WATERS
& farmer
age 56 in 1851
1844 - 1856
Mrs ANN WATERS
age 61 in 1861
1858 - 1869
MARY A HOLLAND
age 63 in 1871
1871 - 1872
CATHERINE & JOHN SMITH
& farmer
(both age 72 in 1891)
(John died Q2 1898 - age 79)
1875 - 1896
THOMAS AUGUSTUS MAGNESS
age 45 in 1911
(Died Q2 1951 - age 85)
1896 - 1933
JOHN BRETT BILLING by 1937
HERBERT ELSON CRANE
(Herbert Elrom Crane died August 1989 - age 86)
30.10.1950
ERIC DOUGLAS VICTOR HALL 04.03.1957
JOHN KENRICK MAW
(Died Q1 1974 - age 63)
01.02.1960
DAVID BUCKE 16.10.1961
(EDNA & JACK) JOHN HENRY SYMONDS
(John died Q2 1978, age 66, Edna died November 1995, age 85)
22.04.1963
to at least 06.1971
ALAN & CATH ALLDAY by 07.1977
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The sign - pre 1930
The DUN COW - Dersingham
c1925

For Sale by Auction Tuesday, 14th August 1866.
With Barn and other Agricultural Buildings and 85A 2R 15P of productive Arable and Pasture Land.
In occupation of Mrs. Ann Waters, with an unexpired lease of three years from Michaelmas.

The above premises were rebuilt by Steward & Patteson.
The new house was valued at £2040

The new DUN COW - DERSINGHAM
The new building c1950


For Sale by Auction Tuesday 25th June 1878, commanding a good business, next to the Lynn and Hunstanton Road, with Chaise House, Lean-to and Yard, Garden and 4A 3R 17P of superior Pasture Land.


Telephone No 248 in 1972


These premises were demolished following closure
and the site was used for a supermarket.