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51 SOUTHTOWN ROAD St. ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED
JAMES ADCOCK brewer Conveyed 1804 Dawson Turner, one fourth part of Paget & Co.
PAGET & Co as given 1819.
   STEWARD & Co From 1845
Licensees :
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STEPHEN THROWER 1819 - 1836
SARAH THROWER
( S Thrower 1845 )
1839 - 1845
DANIEL ROLL 1846 - * 1851
ROBERT CROW 1854
DANIEL ROLL 1855 - 1858
SAMUEL PESTEL 1861 - 1865
MARK BENSLEY 1868 - 1869
WILLIAM ALDIS 1871 - 1875
Mrs JANE ALDIS 1877
HARRY DANIEL FORSDICK 1879 - ( 1883 )

 
Listed 1836 & 1850 as the ANGEL.

In Police Court Saturday 25th February 1843 it was heard that Charles Thrower had obtained a half gallon of beer from the house run by his mother and taken it to the nearby GREYHOUND, since he and his four associates had been refused service there, as they were not sober. At that house he said that if there was any objection he would split the landlord's head open ( Mr. Allen ).
Mr. Allen did not press charges but asked for assurance that such conduct would not be repeated.


Conveyed 23rd August 1845 by Samuel Paget & others to George Morse, Timothy Steward, Peter Finch and Henry Staniforth Patteson.

Given in the 1851 census as at High Road, Gorleston.
Rebuilt as the HALFWAY HOUSE by 1882.