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 MARKET WARD FULL LICENCE See BLUE HOUSE
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS  
Licensees :
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CHARLES BALDING 1900 - 1901
ROBERT TOWNSHEND by 1903
BERNARD HENRY RUMBALL 18.11.1904
HENRY WILLIAM MEACHAM 12.10.1906
FREDERICK ALBERT BLAXELL 10.01.1908
HENRY JAMES HOOPER 28.10.1910
WALTER EDWARD POMFRET 12.01.1912
THOMAS EDWARD BATES 21.06.1912
ERNEST FREDERICK WILLIAM CORNELL 20.06.1913
DANIEL WILSON 27.08.1940
PERCY SHEPHEARD 13.02.1942
SYDNEY JOHN PRESTON 10.03.1944
ARTHUR CHARLES SAUNDERS 19.10.1948
THOMAS WILLIAM HENRY SMITH 10.02.1950











Known as the FLEUR DE LYS to at least 1896.

Not identified by name prior to 1900.

On Tuesday 4th February 1913, alterations to the Crown Stores were approved by the magistrates. Although two adjoining shops would be taken into the property, the area previously available for consumption of beer, would be reduced by some 250 (sq?) feet. One of the added shops would be used as the bar parlour and the other as an order office. The intention of owners Youngs, Crawshay and Company was to increase bottled beer trade.

Officially became the BLUE HOUSE 28.01.1953.

(Thomas Smith still listed at the CROWN STORES in 1955 directory)