Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd: Title Deeds of Bell's Brewery Inventory list

Identifier Sort ascending Title Level of description Date Digital object
BR 14/2 Bundles of admissions File 1674-1857
BR 14/5 King's Head alehouse, Southtown, cottage and outbuildings File 1766-1807
Deeds of brewery and estates in Norfolk and Suffolk Series 1656-1857
BR 14/3 The Ferryboathouse, Southtown and 0.5a. Conveyance by Martha Harrison and Philip her son to Richard Butler and Susan his wife File 1665
BR 14/6 The Bull, former alehouse called the British Hero, with currier's shop and wooden house, formerly a sheephouse, adjoining, Yarmouth. Lease from the Corporation, with assignments, 1800-1803. House outside north gates of Yarmouth, next to the moat, small piece of land, moiety of a stretch of moat: lease by Corporation to Richard Kemp File 1796
BR 14/9 The George, Gorleston File 1726-1809
BR 14/12 Agreement of trustees under the will of John Sayers Bell to sell to Steward Patteson Finch and Co. twenty public houses File 1865
BR 14/15 Faculty of the Bishop of Norwich for John Barker Bell to have a family vault in Gorleston churchyard File 1807
BR 14/1 House in Gorleston, outhouses, wharf, brewery, two malthouses; Three Feathers, Three Hammers (later the Star), the Royal George (later the Greenland Whale Fishery), the Ferry Boat, Gorleston; the Red Lion Lowestoft, with two tenements and malthouse, etc. File 1760-1792
BR 14/4 Queen's Head, formerly the Maid's Head, Gorleston File 1703-1785
BR 14/7 Three Mariners, Winterton. Lease and assignment to J.S. Bell File 1820-1821
BR 14/10 The Newhouse Piece, adjoining the Sun, Bradwell File 1656-1804
BR 14/13 Bundle of local Acts and inclosure documents File 1775-1834
BR 14/16 Accounts of stock, expenditure on rents, materials, duty etc. File 1837-1843
BR 14/8 Wagon and Horses, Yarmouth: lease by Corporation to Samuel Paget File 1833
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