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FACTORY ROAD
St. NICHOLAS ROAD
St. NICHOLAS  WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1952
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 - Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
LACON & Co  
Licensees :
JOHN PERRY
Age 43 in 1871
*1869 - 1875
JOHN SOUTHGATE
See opposite
1881 - *1883
GILBERT HENRY TAYLOR
(At DERBY WINE STORES 1894)
*1890
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GILBERT HENRY TAYLOR *1896 - 1901
MATTHEW FRANCIS DRAKE by 1903
FREDERICK GEORGE GRIMES 13.01.1905
ROBERT WILLIAM BROWN 13.10.1905
ROBERT HENRY BUNTEN 11.01.1907
ROBERT ROLFE 12.01.1909
JANE SOUTHGATE 29.10.1909
GILBERT HENRY TAYLOR 03.06.1910
Convicted 30.08.1916 of failing to close at 9:00pm as required by a Competent Military Authority.
Fine 40/- plus 5/- costs or 21 days detention.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR 13.06.1919
WILLIAM EWART BUTT 04.01.1921
WALTER PETTINGILL 29.05.1923
ELIZABETH PETTINGILL 10.09.1929
Convicted 30.07.1937 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2.
ELIZA AMY MARJORAM 13.12.1938
HARRY BURGESS 22.10.1940


Previously the TROWEL & HAMMER

Factory Road 1869
21 & 22 Wells Road 1871
Jury Street 1875
Address as 5 Factory Road in 1881
Factory Road & Jury Street 1890.

Friday 25th August 1880 - John Southgate was charged of neglecting his father, an inmate of the workhouse. He said that he could not afford to keep him, but was ordered to pay 2s 6d a week to maintain his father and also to pay the costs of the proceedings.


On Friday 13th January 1905 the licence was transferred and it was stated that the rent was £25 per year.


House closed for the duration of WWII according to a letter dated 01.10.1940.

No record found of subsequent reopening.

Licence surrendered 19.08.1952.