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94 GEORGE STREET St. NICHOLAS WARD BEERHOUSE
later FULL LICENCE
CLOSED c1888
REYNOLDS 1819 ?
HARPERS as given 1824
FERRIER & Co Conveyed 17.06.1884 from George Lucas, William James Steward, John Baker and Jane Parker Ferrier to Donald Steward and Henry Staniforth Patteson.
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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GEORGE SKOYLES 1822
PHILIP PRESANT 1824
JOHN GOLD 1830
Mrs SARAH GOLD 1836 - 1846
JOHN STRATFORD
According to Hunt
1850
SAMUEL DURANT
According to Slater
1850
EDWARD GARROD 1854 - 1856
GEORGE SPILLING 1858 - 1863
( Full ) licence application refused Monday 27th August 1860, as were all the other applications from 24 beerhouses in Yarmouth and Gorleston.
Application for transfer of licence from old house granted 10th September 1861
Mrs. MARY CHAMBERLAIN 1864 - 1868
BENJAMIN BARKER 1869 - 1872
Mrs. MARY A. WATTS 1875 - 1886
C. ROWLAND 1888




Reported `A house of ill fame' 14th March 1846, when Jane Roe, accused of theft by her father, had used the place for lodgings. She was in the company of a girl named Sarah Durrant and a youth named Thomas Smith, a tailor, from Bawdeswell.

Full licence refused Tuesday 6th September 1859.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 25.08.1888 reported that Steward & Patteson offered to drop this licence, plus that of the SPREAD EAGLE, in exchange for a new Off Beer Licence for premises in Winifred Road, Southtown.
The new licence was granted.