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FULLERS HILL
St. NICHOLAS WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1933
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTER Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
     
W. H. BERSEY of Gt. Yarmouth, leased to Lacon & Co.
LACON & Co by 1928
Licensees :
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WILLIAM INGRAM * 1851
EDWARD  BARNES 1858 - 1886
Monday 11th December 1865 - Fined 2s 6d for allowing persons to drink in the house at prohibited hours.
JOHN JAMES GREEN 1888 - 1890
GEORGE THAXTER by 1892
WILLIAM FOLKES 06.07.1906
THOMAS HENRY HIPGRAVE 17.08.1917
WILLIAM JAMES HARMER 02.01.1923
ALICE MAY HARMER 26.05.1925

 
Located on the SW corner of Row 9, North Quay to Fullers Hill.

Referred to Compensation 03.03.1933.

Licence expired 07.07.1933.

 

See p. 68 of Gt. Yarmouth In Old Photographs' - pub. 1994

 

  On Wednesday 28th September 1870, Captain E. Lacon, (son of Sir E. H. K. Lacon, Bart. M.P.) was driving home in the company of his wife and her sister (Miss Harvey, daughter of the late Sir R. J. H. Harvey). On turning the corner of Fuller's Hill, the wheel of the vehicle caught in a grating near the NORTH STAR and overturned. The passengers fell heavily to the ground and sustained injury. They were conveyed to the inn where it was feared that Mrs Lacon was very much hurt with a feared broken arm. Miss Harvey had received severe cuts and bruises and Mr. Lacon was considerably shaken. Doctor Smith was called and he confirmed that the arm of Mrs. Lacon was severely bruised, but not broken.