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WRESTLERS PLAIN
CHURCH TREES
St. NICHOLAS WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED
PAGET & Co  
STEWARD & Co Conveyed by Samuel Paget & Others to Messrs. Morse, Steward, Finch & Patteson, 23.08.1845
Licensees :
JOHN NEWRICK
(More often known as John NEWARK)
1819 - 1824
THOMAS SHIBLEY
(Brother-in-law of John Newark / Newrick )
Died Monday 23rd May 1842 - age 63
(For many years an employee of the Yarmouth Gas Company)
1830 - 1842
HENRY RIVETT
(Son-in-law of John Newark / Newrick )
1844 - 1845
HENRY POPE *1846
ROBERT BENSLEY
age 33 in 1851
1850 - 1851
JAMES HORNAGOLD 1854
Mrs ANN NEAL 1856 - 1858
CHARLES HARRIS *1861
JAMES RUMP 1863
WILLIAM BROWN / BROWNE *1865 - 1872
Mrs. JARMANY 1873
JAMES BAKER *1877


Thanks Feb 2016 to Anthony Williment for the updates on his 1819 to 1845 ancestors.

Said to have previously been the MAIDS HEAD. (Pre 1819)

Address as Church Trees in 1830 & 1839 (Pigot)

Hog Hill in 1836 & 1861

Priory Plain in 1839 (Robson), 1851 & 1854

Priory Place 1845

Hog Hill, Church Trees 1846

 

On Monday 28th April 1873, Mary Ann Miller was accused of stealing sundry articles from the Neptune, Priory Lane.
A known character, she had been followed by P.C. Harman and stopped her as she approached a pawnbrokers carrying a parcel. She claimed that Mr. Jarmany, landlady of the Neptune, had asked her to pledge the nightgown and pillow case within. Mr. Jarmany confirmed the items were stolen. Miller was remanded for a week.