"....All that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Epsom, together with the brewery, van - house, coal shed with loft over, cart-house and store with loft over, and built thereon and the yard belonging to the same, the whole being enclosed with walls and gates which brewery is called or known by the name of the White Horse Brewery together with the goodwill, fixed plant and effects belonging or appertaining thereto, and all & singular, the houses, outhouses, buildings, yards, garden, ways, lights, fences, waters, watercourses, easements, and appurtenances whatsoever…."
'Dagnall, Mary Agnes - Point Pleasant, Wandsworth, widow, died at 4 Tintern Avenue, Clapham Common, 9 Apr. 1882 at 71. Mother of Chas. Dagnall, Epsom Brewer. Charles [from Remington, Worple Road, Epsom] married Jessie, daughter of Thomas Brown, Crown Hill, Croydon, 3 Oct. 1882 at Croydon parish church, St. John the Baptist.'
'Fourth floor: Mash tun with cast tun false bottom, hot liquor back and copper coil, cold liquor back, malt and grist hoppers, steam hoist and fittings thereto.
Third floor: Malt mill and elevators, barling copper and fire back over.
Second floor: Hop back and cast tun false bottom with copper pumps, steam engine, fan, fermenting squares, refrigerator, wort cooler.
Ground floor: Steam boiler and fittings, well pump and driving gear, steam heating appurtenances around the tun room, steam cask washer, rising mains throughout the brewery with fixed taps and pipes, steps from and to the several floors of the brewery'.