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Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 ) & PS 18/14/3 ( 1973 - 1980 )
HARPER as given 1824
LACON & Co     
WHITBREAD    
     
Licensees :
MARY BASE 1824
JOHN DENNY
( & salvage company )
by November 1824 - 1830
HENRY WINSON DOWNING 1836 - 1839
HENRY ROPER 1844
GEORGE ROBERT JOHNSON
( uninhabited on census night 1851 )
1845 - 1850
WILLIAM COLBY
at Marine Hotel Tap
& fish merchant
1850 - 1851
STEPHEN KEMP 1854 - 1856
Mrs MARY ANN KEMP 1858
ROBERT ROBERTS
( Marine Tap )
1858 - 1863
In court Saturday 3rd April 1858 for having persons drinking in the house at illegal hours on Good Friday - Case not proved.
( Marine Tap - Near the Jetty )
Fine of 10s Friday 30th January 1863 for serving customers at illegal hours on the previous day.
JOHN H GOULDER
Died 4th July 1869 - age 38
1863 - 1869
REBECCA E GOULDER
Age 48
1871
CHARLES BLAXELL
( C Blaxwell 1886 )
1872 - 1892
THOMAS HERMAN 1900 - 1901
JAMES HENRY HARDY by 1903
JAMES BANHAM 20.11.1903
CHARLES CAIN 30.11.1903
JAMES BANHAM 15.01.1904
ROBERT BUTLER SCARCE 08.07.1904
JAMES BANHAM 13.01.1905
HEZEKIAH EVERITT 19.05.1905
HARRY EDWARD FEEK junior 13.08.1915
JOHN OLIVER TRAILL 07.02.1919
ELIZABETH FLORENCE SMITHDALE 01.04.1919
ERNEST BAKER 05.11.1929
THOMAS HENRY BIRD 11.07.1933
HARRY BURGESS 12.12.1939
ARTHUR HAROLD FARROW 12.12.1944
GEORGE CHARLTON HODGE &
NIGEL PATRICK COOKE
30.10.1975
RAYMOND JOHN SMITH &
ALBERT GEORGE CAWTHROP
28.10.1976
RAYMOND JOHN SMITH &
CHARLES JOHN GLEASON
02.02.1978
DONALD STANLEY KIPPAX &
CHARLES JOHN GLEASON
04.12.1980
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ROBERT GEORGE BALLS 09.1989 to
10.2004
MICHELLE BALLS 29.08.2007 to
present
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February 2010
February 2010

Previously the ADMIRAL ONSLOW.

 
MARINE TAVERN by 1824

On Tuesday 23rd November 1824 a large laden brig sprung a leak and was compelled to cut from her anchor and head for the beach. She took to the ground near the Royal barracks, about 200 yards from the shore, on the ebb tide. Strong winds and heavy seas threatened to engulf the vessel. The whole crew of eleven were successively rescued in perfect safety. Mr. Denny, of the Marine Tavern, near the jetty, was particularly  conspicuous and foremost in danger, wading the water to breast high, to catch the individuals as they came ashore.
Mr. Fleming of the Fishing Boat also rendered essential service.

Offered for sale by Auction Thursday 10th September 1829. Then in occupation of John Denney, tenant to Joseph Harper. Lease ( then set at the very low rent of £80 a year ), due to determine on 25th March 1832 when it would become a Free House.
The entire site including Warehouse, Look-out Edifices, Buildings, Yards and Ground thereto measuring 100 feet east to west and 43 feet north to south.

Carrier John Byanton was charged with doing unnecessary labour, having delivered beer to the Marine Tavern on Sunday 25th November 1866. A delivery had been missed on the Saturday and the operation had only been made to make things right. He was dismissed with a caution at the Sessions held Tuesday 4th December 1866.

Address variously as Jetty, Beach ( 1846, 1865) & Seafront ( 1985 )

William Starkins ( beachman ) is given at the
MARINE HOTEL TAP in 1871

Found as the MARINE HOTEL by 1869

Changed to the MARINE after 1973.







See p. 27 - `Gt. Yarmouth Archive Photos ' pub. 1995