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Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
Free trade ? 1819
PAGET & Co 1824
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co. Conveyed from Samuel Paget & Others 23rd August 1845.
ALLISON HENRY KING & Others of Southtown by 1903 ( Possibly from at least 1892 )
STEWARD & PATTESON 01.12.1927 - Purchased for £4,500
Licensees :
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GEORGE WICKS 1815
AARON FOWLER 1819
A THROWER 1822
WILLIAM REEVE 1823 - 1845
( ELIZABETH NIXON at the
Crown & Anchor Tap )
( 1839 )
Mrs MARTHA REEVE
age 50 in 1851
1845 - 1856
(JAMES BARBER at Row 59 - Tap ?) ( 1856 )
JAMES BARBER - Billiard licence granted 14.09.1857 (1857)
JOHN GEORGE FRANKLIN 1856 - 1888
( ROBERT BOND bricklayer & tapster - Row 59 ) 1861
( ROBERT LANGLEY - age 47 - Keeper of the Tap ) 1871
Mrs. SARAH ANN FRANKLIN 1890
ALLISON HENRY KING by 1892
THOMAS W H KEATES 1900 - 1901
CHARLES FINDON WATERS by 1903
WALTER EDWIN GOODWIN 13.01.1905
GEORGE HARRIS 05.07.1907
JAMES EDWARD BREARLEY GARBUTT 16.12.1910
ALLISON HENRY KING 12.04.1912
ERNEST EDWARD SAMUEL LONG 15.08.1919
Convicted 25.10.1919 of selling out of hours.
Fine 40/- plus 10/- costs or 1 month in detention.
ALLISON HENRY KING 06.02.1920
GEORGE LOCK MOLLAND 05.03.1920
Convicted 04.12.1922 of selling out of hours.
Fine £20  or 2 months in detention.
ARTHUR VALENTINE GEORGE 18.09.1923
HARRY SAYERS 03.01.1928

 
Address as Short Quay 1836.
Located between Rows 59 & 61.

Stood between the STAR & GARTER and the STAR HOTEL and adjoined the STEAM PACKET.

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A notice published 8th February 1845 requested that all those indebted to the late William Reeve were to settle their account with his Executor, William Barber, tailor, of the Quay, Great Yarmouth.
Mrs Martha Reeve advised in a notice dated 6th February 1845 that she lamented the loss of her late Husband, who had left her with a Family of Eight Children. She gave thanks for the liberal patronage they had received over the previous 22 years and informed her Commercial Friends and the Public that she intended carrying on the business in all its branches.....
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The Trustees of the late Mr. Aaron Thrower instructed that the house be Sold by Auction Thursday 26th August 1869. "For many years in the occupation of Mr. John G. Franklin."

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Seems to have had a separate licence for the
CROWN & ANCHOR TAP
which had access from Crown & Anchor Row according to Robson in 1839.
The 1871 census suggests an entry from row 61.

Licence removed to `Fowlers Plot ', Caister Road - Premises (to be) named the BURE HOTEL. Licence removal declared final 12.12.1939.
( Fowlers Plot also mentioned as Fowlers Camp ).

The sites of the STEAM PACKET and the CROWN & ANCHOR were combined in the development of the YARE HOTEL, the new house opening 13th December 1939. (Closed 1974)

 

 

 

 

 

See p. 67 of `Gt. Yarmouth In Old Postcards - Vol 2 ' pub. 1992