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106 HAVELOCK ROAD NELSON WARD BEERHOUSE,
later FULL LICENCE
 
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 & PS 18/14/3 ( 1953 - 1980 )
MORGANS to 1962
BULLARDS 1962 - 1967
WATNEY MANN to 17.12.1976
IND COOPE as noted 1978 & 1985
Licensees :
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FRANCIS BROWN
Age 34 in 1861 & carpenter
(Wife Rebecca age 31 in 1861)
1860 - 1861
( Full ) licence application refused Monday 27th August 1860, as were all the other applications from 24 beerhouses in Yarmouth and Gorleston.
Fine of 20s on 13th May 1861 - See opposite.
.ROBERT FISK 1861 - 1871
Licence application refused 10th September 1861 and 2nd September 1862
FREDERICK JOHN VINCE 1881 - 1890
WALSTON LEGGETT
Age 36 in 1891
( Walter Leggett in 1892 directory )
At SCEPTRE by 1896
by 04.1891 - 1894
THOMAS FRANCIS EGAN by 1900
FREDERICK JAMES SMITH 15.01.1904
LESLIE READ
( as REED in  directories )
17.11.1905
WALTER CAPPS MOORE 06.01.1925
SARAH ANN MOORE 11.07.1933
ALEC ROY PALMER 31.10.1933
HAROLD DAVEY SEMMENCE 27.08.1940
ALBERT EDWARD GREEN 12.12.1944
JOHN WARD 07.02.19047
WILFRED ANSTRUTHER SCOTT WARD 11.02.1949
to at least 1973
.STEVEN COOPER 11.02.1977
EDWARD THOMAS HOLT 14.07.1977
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GEORGE & ROSE MORGAN 1986 - Feb 2013
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On Monday 13th May 1861, beerhouse keeper Frances (Francis?) Brown was charged of having the Cremorne Tavern open at a quarter to twelve on the previous morning. Constable Spurgeon had observed Mrs. Brown standing at the door and upon approaching her, she slammed the door in his face and refused him admission for several minutes. The constable observed five or six persons leaving by the back door. When admitted to the house, Mr. Brown called him a d****** nuisance and threatened to punch his head.
Fined 20s.

At the licensing Sessions held 2nd September 1862 the application for a ( full ) licence by Robert Fisk was refused.


It was reported on the 8th February 1868 that three boys had been apprehended after attempting to rob Mrs Fish of 6s from the till. Benjamin Bensley, William Macdonald and Edward Macdonald were the accused. Bensley admitted to taking the money and said that the Macdonald brothers kept watch outside.
Bensley was sentenced to twenty-one days hard labour and five years' relegation to a reformatory. The other two defendants received two months' hard labour each.

Address as 28 Havelock Road in 1861 and 18 Havelock Road in 1871 ?

76 Havelock Road in 1881

Closed for the duration of WWII according to a letter dated 26.01.1942.
Reopened 12.12.1944.

Beerhouse licence to at least 1953.

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
78 barrels of beer.
16 ( gallons ) of spirits.