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229 NORTHGATE STREET
NURSERY PLACE
St. NICHOLAS WARD FULL LICENCE -
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2&3 ( 1953 - 1980 )
Free trade ? 1819
PAGET & Co 1824
STEWARD & PATTESON from 1845
      
Licensees :
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ROBERT REYNOLDS 1780
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THOMAS MAYHEW 1819 - 1823
MARY ANN MAYHEW 1823 - 1830
JOHN PLEASANTS WOODTHORPE 1836
B OSTLER
1839 according to Robson
1838 - 1839
THOMAS WIGG
1839 according to Pigot
1839 - 1846
JOHN RICHES
age 62 in 1861
1848 - 1864
Mrs. E. RICHES 1865 - 1868
JOHN SAUL
Age 49 in 1871
1869 - 1871
Miss SUSANNAH SAUL 1875
GEORGE WILLIAM HAMMONDS 1879 - 1881
JONATHAN T. GILHAM 1883 - 1891
WILLIAM GILHAM 1892
Mrs. M. GILHAM 1892
ARTHUR CLEMENT PALMER by 1896
ELEANOR PHOEBE PALMER 12.01.1909
Convicted 26.05.1922 of selling out of hours.
Fine £7 or 2 months detention.
Mrs EVELYN MAUD HUNTER 20.10.1942
( HAROLD GEORGE HUNTER ) ( 1955 )
RAYMOND JOHN ALBERT HAYLETT 31.10.1968
ALFRED MORRIS CHAMBERLEN 28.08.1969
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MICHAEL PYWELL by 2006 
 
Original house said to have been built 1608.

For sale April 1780, part of the Estate of Mr. John Vought, deceased. Then in occupation of Robert Reynolds who was paying a rent of £33/12/- per annum.

10th May 1823 - Mrs. M. A. Mayhew, widow, gave thanks for the patronage that had been bestowed upon her late husband.
Business and the Old-established Weighing machine, warranted correct, would continue as before.

Address as North Entrance in 1830.

Offered To Let 25th June 1835.

Offered for sale 19th May 1838 then in the occupation of Mr Ostler.


North End in 1836 & 1854.

For Sale by Auction Thursday 20th November 1845, then in the occupation of Mr. Wigg, whose tenancy was due to expire Michaelmas 1846.
Comprising two parlours and bar in front, back parlour, kitchen and very convenient offices. With spring and rain-water pumps, large dining room, upper sitting-room, good bed-rooms and attics, dry wine and beer cellars, an old-established weighing machine for hay and straw, capital stables and coach-house. A large paved Yard with three convenient Dwelling-Houses therein.

John Riches, late Gamekeeper to the Rev. Gibson Lucas, announced 15th January 1848 that he had taken the Inn.

As the KINGS ARMS INN at Lady Haven, Northgate Street in 1822, 1892 & 1925.
Two entries in Kellys 1892 directory.

On Monday 22nd March 1858 licensee John Riches was charged with placing a cart, without horses, on the public highway on Saturday15th March - Fine 5s and costs.

Had a steelyard attached for cart weighing.

Partially rebuilt 1908.

Damaged by enemy action during WWII.


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