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28 NORTHGATE STREET
RAMPART ROAD
St. NICHOLAS  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1925
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 - Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
LACON & Co   
Licensees :
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WILLIAM WATSON 1830
Mrs MARIA MANSHIP 1836 - 1846
THOMAS MITCHELL
age 60 in 1851
1850 - 1851
ISAAC BRIGHTON 1854 - 1864
JOHN COLE 1865 - 1875
ELIJAH W. CUTTING 1879 - 1883
DAVID SHREEVE 1886 - 1888
SAMUEL SAVORY 1890
WILLIAM SAVORY 1891
T W CLEMENTS 1894
WILLIAM CLEMENTS 1900
THOMAS WILLIAM CLEMENTS by 1901
JOHN MILNER HEADLEY 20.02.1907
WILLIAM BANHAM 05.07.1907
EDWARD JOHN OSBORN 07.04.1908
JOHN WILLIAM SAUNDERS 12.01.1909
JAMES TYRELL 29.10.1909
FREDERICK FULCHER 17.11.1911
(JAMES HENRY PASTON - according to Kelly) (1912)
JAMES BANHAM 21.06.1912
(HENRY GEORGE LEGGETT - according to Kelly - manager?) (1922 & 1925)


Address as Caister Road in 1836.
North End in 1846 & 1854.
28 Northgate Street in 1925.

Located at Row 2, North Quay to Northgate Street.

Earlier the BIRD IN HAND,
then by 1822, the BLACK HORSE.

At the licensing sessions Friday 24th May 1907, the Chief Constable objected to the renewal of the licence since he considered  Mr. Headley to be unsuitable.
It was heard that Mr. Headley had been granted a temporary transfer from Thomas Clements on 20th February and there had been no complaints then. The Chief Constable said that on 28th June 1889 he had obstructed the police when objecting to charges to enter the Recreation Ground and was fined 2s 6d, on 21st May 1891 he had spoken at a political meeting on Church Plain and had been fined 1s. Then in 1900 he had assaulted a man at the station who owed him £48, he had smacked him on the face following taunts. On 12th April he had been convicted of wilfully obstructing the police. In reply it was said that these were trivial matters since one was attending an open-air meeting and another regarding the Recreation Ground to which many thought should be free, both of which had previously been considered by the Chief Constable to be of no weight. The last conviction was mistaken since he had in fact attempted to assist the police constable who had been kicked in the stomach.
A temporary protection order was granted to Mr. William Banham.

Referred to Compensation 03.02.1925.

Licence renewal refused at the Principal Meeting for the Licensing (Consolidation) Act 1910, held 17th June 1925.

A notice was published 27th June 1925 informing any person, due compensation from the closure of the premises, to make their claim by 27th July 1925.
(James Banham given as licensee)

Licence expired 30.09.1925.

Demolished.


On Monday 22nd March 1858 licensee John Brightwen was charged with placing a cart, without horses, on the public highway on Saturday15th March - Fine 5s and costs.
This appears to be the same person as Isaac Brighton given in directories 1854 - 1863.


See p. 32 of `Gt. Yarmouth Archive Photos ' pub 1995