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63 ALBION ROAD
NELSON ROAD CENTRAL
REGENT WARD BEERHOUSE to 1861 See GREAT EASTERN
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Licensees :
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HENRY HARRISON 1857
Mrs. SARAH HARRISON * 1858 - 1868
Licence application refused 6th September 1859
( Full ) licence application refused Monday 27th August 1860, as were all the other applications from 24 beerhouses in Yarmouth and Gorleston.
Application for transfer of licence from old house granted 10th September 1861
GEORGE PRETTYMAN 1869 - 1872
Fines and costs totalling 11s 6d on Friday 10th September 1869 for having his house open at illegal hours.
WILLIAM MITTENS 1879
WILLIAM STARKINGS 1881 - 1883
JAMES REDDISH 1886 - 1888


Recorded in a document dated 8th July 1850 when conveyed between Charles Nightingale, Mary Thompson and George Jay to Edmund Wright.

Licence application (full) by Henry Harrison refused Friday 11th September 1857, the magistrates refusing to hear any application for new licenses. Address given as East Hill Road.

Sarah Harrison applied for a ( full ) licence Tuesday 6th September 1859.
It was said that Mrs Harrison had kept the beerhouse respectfully ever since the Act had been in force ( 1830?)
The magistrates voted eight for and thirteen against.

Conveyed between Richard Wright, Susannah Harriet Page and William Holt as recorded in documents dated 11th July 1874.

Given as the HEARTY FARE at 62 Albion Road in 1883

Became the GREAT EASTERN c1890.