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4 MIDDLEGATE STREET
3 GAOL STREET
St. GEORGES WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 )
JAMES ADCOCK brewer Conveyed to Paget 1804
PAGET From 1804 and as recorded 1819
STEWARD & PATTESON Conveyed by Samuel Paget and Others to George Morse, Timothy Steward, Peter Finch and Henry Staniforth Patteson 23.08.1845
LACON & Co by 1903
WHITBREAD  
FREE TRADE Selling Whitbread, Tolly Cobbold & Greene King ales in 1985.
Licensees :
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WILLIAM SNOW here 1802
Mrs BOND to 1809
WILLIAM UNGLEMAN September 1809
CHARLES CLARKE 1819
OBADIAH CLARKE 1830
WILLIAM NUTHALL 1836
JAMES ALLEN 1839
WILLIAM PARMENTER
See below
1846
WILLIAM SILLIS
age 50 in 1851
1850 - 1854
WILLIAM NORTON 1856 - 1858
ROBERT BULLIMORE 1863
EDWARD NUTMAN 1865 - 1867
HENRY HAGGIS 1869
ALFRED FRANCIS 1871
EDWARD NORTON 1875
JOHN BURGELL
Previously at PRINCE REGENT
1877 - 1886
JAMES BLAND 1888
ARTHUR J. BLAND 1890
JAMES BLAND 1892
SAMUEL HALESWORTH 1896
ALBERT GEORGE WALES by 1900
HENRIETTA WALES 12.01.1906
HORACE ACKERMAN 15.04.1910
HARRY EDWIN SUMMERS 27.01.1911
WILLIAM HERBERT SOUTHGATE 09.01.1914
ROBERT FARR 08.01.1915
CLARA MAUD FARR 19.11.1915
SIDNEY GIBBS 13.06.1919
JAMES BANHAM 11.02.1925
ERNEST EDWARD ABBOTT 13.04.1926
TERENCE ALBERT CLARKE 14.05.1935
JAMES ALBERT COSSEY 01.07.1941
HARRY BURGESS 08.02.1952
THOMAS ALBERT TRORY 01.04.1952
RAYMOND CHITTLEBURGH 21.04.1959
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 11.04.1961
WILLIAM HARRIS JONES 25.07.1961
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 10.09.1963
JOHN HAROLD ELSTON 05.11.1963
VERSEY WILLIAM GEORGE CRASK 13.09.1966
JOHN RICHARD MCBRIDE 30.10.1969
WALTER WOODWARD 28.05.1970
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 05.02.1971
LESLIE J SERGEANT 25.05.1971
ARMANDO LUPPI 20.07.1972
GEORGE CHARLTON HODGE &
ROY CHARLES ADDY
14.02.1975
RAYMOND JOHN SMITH &
ERIC SEVERN
13.02.1976
RAYMOND JOHN SMITH &
DAVID GRIMES
28.10.1976
JOHN EDWARD THOMAS WOODS &
DAVID GRIMES
14.09.1978
JOHN EDWARD THOMAS WOODS 25.10.1979
   
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 The Ship -2000

Formerly the house of John Ireland, mayor of Yarmouth in 1716.

Probably became a public house by 1797.

For sale by private contract October 1802, consisting of three parlours, three dining-rooms on the second floor, eight bed-chambers and two large garrets, in occupation of Mr. William Snow at the yearly rent of £80. Recently much improved at considerable expence and in complete repair and full trade. Possession to be had on 1st December 1802.

Recorded as the WHITBY KATT, or SHIP
in 1804 conveyance.

It was recorded 16th September 1809 that William Ungleman had taken on the Ship from Mrs Bond.

To Let March 1814 including:-
Two Parlours, one large Dining Room, two Sitting rooms, one Porter room, eight excellent Bed rooms, large Attics, Kitchen, Wash-house, Bar, Larder and good Cellars.
Immediate possession or at Lady-day next. ( 25th March ).
Particulars could be obtained from Mr. William Seaman, who was possibly the outgoing licensee.

Offered for sale by auction Tuesday 14th May 1867.
Described as a very desirable old-established Freehold Public-house, let to Mr. Edward Nutman. For may years a lucrative beer and spirit trade having been carried out on the premises.

Located on the corner of Row 84.

Address as 8 Middlegate in 1822 and 1865.
As 6 Gaol Street in 1869.
6 Middlegate Street in 1875, 1879 and 1888.
4 Middlegate in 1937.

Location known as Greyfriars Way by 1970's

Closed 2010 to be converted to `health facility'

 

 

On 18th May 1861, William Parmenter was due to appear before the Court of Relief for Insolvent Debtors at the Shirehall, Norwich.~
He was then described as ` Late of Gaol street, Gt. Yarmouth, Publican and Licensed Dealer in Tobacco, Dealer in Fish and Waterman. Before that of North Quay, Gt. Yarmouth Licensed to sell Beer and Tobacco by retail, Dealer in Fish and Waterman. Before that of 132 Row, South Quay, Gt. Yarmouth, Dealer in Fish and Waterman and also Bar-man and residing at the Railway Terminus Tavern, North Quay. Before that of Kings Street, Norwich, Publican and Waterman. Formerly of the Market Place, Gt. Yarmouth, Publican, Waterman and Dealer in Fish.'





See page 9 of `Gt. Yarmouth Revisited' - Published 1996