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6 SOUTHTOWN ROAD
SOUTHTOWN STATION
St ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE later
FULL LICENCE
CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2&3 ( 1953 - 1980 )
LOUISA GREY Free trade - Selling Lacon & Co Ales.
MANN CROSSMAN & PAULIN Ltd. c1910
STEWARD & PATTESON by 1928
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
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Licensees :
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HEZEKIAH MARTYN LAYTON
beerhouse and general shopkeeper
1859 - 1886
Miss L LAYTON * 1888
GEORGE NOAH GRAY 1894 - 1896
LOUISA GRAY by 1900
ARTHUR JAMES PALLANT 09.09.1910
THOMAS MACK 29.09.1911
CHARLES ALFRED HASTINGS 15.11.1912
HENRY JAMES GODDARD 14.11.1913
LOUISA GODDARD 02.02.1917
HENRY JAMES GODDARD 15.08.1919
GEORGE ALFRED GODDARD 29.05.1923
ARTHUR CROPPER 31.10.1934
ALICE MARY CROPPER 06.12.1949
ALBERT WILLIAM STOCKLEY 13.10.1953
ELLEN RUTH STOCKLEY 24.07.1962
SIDNEY BONNEY 11.09.1962
JOHN LOGDON BARTRAM 31.10.1967
KEITH WALLACE READ 23.07.1970
ERNEST E CLARKE 10.12.1970
TREVOR JAMES HUNT 07.12.1976
DOUGLAS LOWE 20.03.1978
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 Image courtesy of Colin Tooke  -  Shown with permission.


Mr Hezekiah Martin Layton applied for a full licence Tuesday 6th September 1859 but did not attend the magistrates hearing and so it was refused.

Advertised as a freehouse in the early 1900's
``The noted stout house -
Lacons Fine Ales
All beers drawn from the wood.''

Chief Constable B. W. Smith objected to licence renewal at the Annual Licensing Sessions Friday 12th February 1932.

Damaged by enemy action during WWII.

Full licence granted 12th February 1960.


See p. 12 of `Gt. Yarmouth - A Second Selection ' pub 1996