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Fountain index
127 MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
NELSON WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1950
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTER Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
LACON & Co as given 1819
Licensees :
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ROBERT S. BARNABY 1819 - 1824
CHARLES PRIOR 1830 - 1832
BENJAMIN HOWARD 1836
SAMUEL WELLS 1839
Empty 1845
GEORGE OLIVER
& Captain of the Norfolk Steam Packet
1846
WILLIAM PALGRAVE BROWN
(age 54 in 1851 ?)
1850 - 1858
ROBERT FISK 1861
WILLIAM DENTON 1863
SAMUEL BLAXELL 1865 - 1869
CHARLES T ROBINSON
Age 38 in 1871
1870 - 1871
Fined 5s plus costs for having house open on Sunday 25th September 1870 during illegal hours.
Frederick DENTON 1872
CHARLES ROBINSON 1872 - 1881
ABEL W. WIGHTMAN 1883
JOHN CLARKE 1886 - 1890
S. SAVORY 1892
CHARLES J. COX 1896
L. H. MARTIN 1900
GEORGE EBBS 1901
WILLIAM JOHN WOODTHORPE CHAMBERLAIN by 1903
TOM WARREN 15.01.1904
ARTHUR OXFORD HAYWARD 13.01.1905
EDITH HAYWARD 19.11.1915
ARTHUR OXFORD HAYWARD 13.06.1919
HENRY PERCY BROOKE 05.02.1932
DONALD MacDONALD 29.09.1936
EMMA PHOEBE MacDONALD 09.02.1940
ALICE MAUD BEALES 22.10.1940

 
Also found as the NEW FOUNTAIN TAVERN.

Stood to the right of Row 136.

In 1825, Row 136, leading from the Quay to Gaol Street, was known as the Three Herring Row, Mr. Shelly's Row, Mr. Clarke the Whitesmith's Row, Mr, Farrer, the Bakers Row, Mr. Sewell, the Sailmaker's Row or the New Fountain Tavern Row.


A freehold public house, for sale by auction Thursday 8th February 1827, by orders of the executors of the late Mr. John Symonds.
The house described as `Old and Well Accustomed.'

For Sale by Auction Wednesday 3rd August 1831, freehold.
doing an extensive Trade in Porter, Ale, Spirits and Wine.
In occupation of Mr. Charles Prior.

Charles Prior appeared before the Court of Insolvent Debtors 14th March 1833. He was described as late of Gt. Yarmouth, first a Fish Curer and Fisherman; afterwards a Publican and Fish Curer; and late a Fish Curer and Fisherman.

The Yarmouth Reform society met here 15th September 1835.


Rebuilt in the 1870's.

Licence removed to the St. PETERS TAVERN, St. Peters Road 17.10.1950

Demolished by 1997




See p.91 of Gt. Yarmouth In Old Photographs' - pub. 1994.

See p. 7 of `Gt. Yarmouth Revisited ' pub. 1996