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151 KING STREET
Row 99
St. GEORGES WARD FULL LICENCE See ONE FIVE ONE
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 )
LACON & Co  
WHITBREAD  
Licensees :
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JOHN THOMAS SAVAGE
& fish merchant
Age 45 in 1871
1863 - 1875
Mrs SUSAN SAVAGE 1879
unihabited 1881
WALTER BLOOMFIELD 1883
WILLIAM WILSON 1886 - 1892
GEORGE LEYBOURNE 1896
WILLIAM WILSON 1900
SAMUEL GEORGE MARLER by 1903
HERBERT HULTON 23.07.1909
JAMES BANHAM 21.04.1911
GEORGE ANDERSON 27.09.1912
WILLIAM CHARLES JAMES MOXEY 24.10.1939
HARRY BURGESS 05.07.1949
HAROLD SABIN 16.10.1951
RONALD HUTCHINSON 10.02.1956
JOHN WILLIAM E LACON 17.12.1963
HAROLD CHARLES GOODA 07.02.1964
DENNIS ROGERS 04.04.1968
FREDERICK WILLIAM BARKER 30.10.1969
JAMES LEONARD CROSBY 15.05.1976
PETER GORDON JAY 13.04.1978

 
Located opposite to the NE corner of row 99, Middlegate Street to King Street.

Stood next to the JAMAICA RUM STORES.

Called the LIQUOR SHOP in 1871 census.

Address as 150 King Street in 1883.

A fortification stood on this site until demolished in 1620.
Thomas Penrice purchased the Castle Yard and built coach houses and stables. These later became the Penrice Arms.

Reopened 14.12.1978 as ONE FIVE ONE








See p.16 of `Gt. Yarmouth In Old Photographs' pub. 1994.