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Licensees :
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B PAUL 1822
JAMES LOADES 1824
THOMAS ELLIS 1830
TIMOTHY BECK 1836
ROBERT BULLIMORE 1839 - 1845
JAMES BROWN 1846
FRANCIS MARR
According to Hunt
1850
HENRY WADE
According to Slater
1850
THOMAS MARSTON 1854
RICHARD GEE 1856
HENRY JACKSON 1858 - 1861
BENJAMIN HARRIS 1863 - 1864
JOHN HARBORD 1865 - 1867
Application to transfer licence from Mr. Harboard to Robert J. Symonds refused Tuesday 8th October 1867
JAMES SHEPHERD 1868
WILLIAM GOTTS
& sawyer
1869 - 1875
WILLIAM HARRISON 1879 - 1881
THOMAS WILLIAM WRIGHT 1883
Mrs WESTGATE 1886
GEORGE GILMORE 1888
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 In the 1832 Register of Electors Thomas Ellis junior is
Freeman no. 318 and described as a publican.
The house is not identified.
The name Thomas Ellis is found at the Prince Of Wales, Charlotte Street in 1836 and at the White Horse, King Street.

Lot No. 8 in the Sale by Auction of eight properties in Great Yarmouth, Thursday 15th May 1856.
Location given as at the end of the Butchery.



24th July 1858 - James Barnes, a young man, was charged with fraudulently obtaining £1 from licensee Henry Jackson.
Barnes has sold ten packages of supposed tobacco but upon examination it was found that only the ends of the packets had been filled with the weed, the remainder being filled with rubbish.
Remanded.


Not found after 1888.

Became a butcher's shop - demolished by the 1930's.