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COLTISHALL BREWERY Lot 61 in sale of Coltishall Brewery Estate 14th to 17th September 1841 (£580)
TRUNCH BREWERY For Sale August 1847.
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased for £21 in 1910
WATNEY MANN   
BRENT WALKER 03/1988
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Licensees :
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Ө THOMAS MYHILL 1744
BRIGGS POSTLE 1774
SAMUEL SLEGG
went to Sutton WHEEL OF FORTUNE.
1776
Ө BRIGGS POSTLE 1778
RICHARD PRATT 1779 - 1790
ELIZABETH PRATT 1792
JOHN CATLING 1793 - 1799
   
HENRY BACHELOR 1836
EDMUND PREST
Age 45
1841
BENJAMIN PAYNE
age 53 in 1851
1845 - 1851
AMBROSE JOHN DAYNES 1854 - 1856
CUBITT LACEY
& 3 acres 1871
1858 - 1892
ARTHUR FOREMAN 10.10.1893
JACOB BATCHELOR 1896
 DAVID HENRY PLUMBER
(Harry Plummer 1900)
13.07.1897 - 1900
ROBERT HARVEY 1901 - 1904
GEORGE GIRLING
Age 55 in 1911
1908 - 1916
WILLIAM PIGG (as register ?)
William Pegg (as directories)
by 1922
CECIL WILLIAM PIGG (?) 16.07.1934
HUBERT JAMES RICHMOND 08.10.1934
THOMAS WARD 12.10.1942
LOUIS REGINALD CANHAM
(Brewery rep.)
14.02.1955
NOEL JOHN WRIGHT 25.04.1955
ERIC SIDNEY COUZENS 05.09.1960
HARRY ROY GEORGE BLOWERS 28.10.1963
JAMES CUDDINGTON 19.10.1970
TERENCE ERNEST ANTHONY WRAGG 06.12.1976
   
PETER HARRISON by 1999 to 23.06.2001
SUE, MICK & MATT ..... by 2014



Lessingham Star - 25.05.1997
May 1997

Lot no. 61 in sale by auction 14th to 17th September 1841 of the Coltishall Brewery. Copyhold sold to Mr. Primrose (Trunch Brewery) for the sum of £580.

Lot No. 23 in sale of Trunch Brewery Wednesday 25th August 1847, with Land.
Copyhold - Fine Certain - Land Tax 10s - Quit Rent 2s 7¼d.

4th December 1778 - In about the month of May 1776, a person named Spencer, about 50 years of age, left at the house of Samuel Slegg, the Star, a Parcel of New Books and some Quack Medicines. Due to return five days later, the person had not been seen or heard of since. Robert Slegg, who had removed to Sutton WHEEL OF FORTUNE required that should his Reckoning and expenses not be paid by 14th December 1778, then the Goods would be Sold.

 

Post Office operated from the premises until the retirement of Peter Harrison, week ending 23.06.2001 (as reported 14.06.2001).