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GENERAL WINDHAM Gt. YARMOUTH G index
2 NETTLE HILL WEST
Corner of NELSON ROAD NORTH
MARKET  WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1957
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 )
LACON & Co     
Licensees :
HARRIET HORN / HORNE
( As THORNE 1863 & 1864)
Age 65 in 1871
1859 - 1872
Monday 10th December 1860 - Fine 5s for having house open at illegal hours and persons within.
September 1862 - Fined 5s for having house open at illegal hours - see opposite.
Monday 24th November 1862 - Fine of 5s and costs for having people in the house, the previous day, drinking at illegal hours.
21st December 1863 - Fined 10s and costs, or in default 21 days hard labour, for allowing her house to be open on Sunday 20th December during Divine Service.
JOHN ROBERTS * 1875
FREDERICK TUCK * 1881 - 1901
JOHN ROBERTS by 1903
MARY ANN ELLEN ROBERTS 20.06.1913
MARY ALLEN MEDE ( married )
( Charles Mede 1921, 1922, 1925 & 1929 in directories, but never it seems, a licensee )
08.06.1920
ALBERT BERRY 16.05.1933
GEORGE WILLIAM NICHOLS 15.05.1934
SIDNEY WILLIAM BUCKLE 10.12.1940
HARRY BURGESS 12.12.1944
LEONARD HENRY RICHARDSON 23.10.1945
SIDNEY CLEMENTS 03.04.1951
to closure 1957

 


Harriet Horn applied for a full licence Tuesday 6th September 1859 but did not attend the magistrates hearing and so it was refused.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 20th September 1862 reported that Elizabeth Horn, of the General Windham beerhouse, was ordered to put 5s in the poor box for having the house open on Sunday 14th September, during divine service, with persons drinking within.

In a 1934 directory as GENERAL WYNDHAM.

Closed for the duration of WWII according to a letter dated 01.10.1940.
Reopened 25.08.1945.

 

Licence surrendered upon grant of new licence
to the LIFEBOAT TAVERN, Gorleston
8th February 1957

 

 

 

See p. 32 of `Gt. Yarmouth Revisited ' pub. 1996