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24 & 25 HOWARD STREET NORTH
Charlotte Street
MARKET WARD BEERHOUSE See KING EDWARD VII
COLCHESTER BREWERY part of which under-let to William Benjafield
WILLIAM BENJAFIELD c1901
Licensees :
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JAMES GARROD 1900 - 1901
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Mr. William Benjafield applied at the Brewster Sessions of 24th August 1901 for his plans to be sanctioned to allow the whole premises to be utilised for his licensed business.
Mr. Benjafield had purchased the COLCHESTER BREWERY STORES in Howard Street, "part of which he had been under-lettor for 15 years. The whole had been a Public House 15 years previously." ( This appears to be the LANCER at numbers 23 to 24 )

The application was granted on condition that there was no entrance from Row 44 and that the door into the bar from Row 40 should be closed.

Became the KING EDWARD VII, later the BURTON ARMS.