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18 HALL QUAY
ROW 57
REGENT  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 2013
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 by 1819
WHITBREAD  
TOLLEMACHE & COBBOLD  Leased from Whitbread by 1978
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RICHBAR Ltd May 2009
Licensees :
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Mr SANDERS ? 1803
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WILLIAM RICHES 1819 - 1844
ANN RICHES 1845
EDWARD PORTER
age 49 in 1851
( Died 13.03.1869 )
1846 - 1864
JOHN PORTER
( Born 31.12.1828 )
Age 42 in 1871
1865 - 1872
JOSEPH HELLENBURGH 1875 - 1883
JOHN HENRY SOUTHGATE
age 26 in 1891
1886 - 1894
SAVORY & SONS
( Samuel Savory 1901 )
1900 - 1901
SIDNEY LEWIS GOODE by 1903
EDGAR THOMAS HOWARD 15.04.1904
SAMUEL HENRY WRIGHT 17.11.1905
JAMES BANHAM 04.08.1911
EDWIN JOSEPH WALTER GILL 09.01.1914
SAMUEL CHARLES THAXTER 24.09.1915
ALBERT EDWARD WALKER 03.01.1919
VIOLET MAUD WALKER 24.07.1923
ARCHIE GRAHAM IRVING 22.07.1924
JOSEPH HERBERT SMITH 10.04.1928
ALFRED OLIVER DEARN 06.09.1932
RAYMOND CLAYTON 11.07.1933
ALFRED ROY ALBONE 07.04.1936
FREDERICK EWELS 16.09.1936
CHARLES SIDNEY SALMON 04.07.1939
STEPHEN WALLACE DYBLE 27.08.1940
JAMES BARTLEY 08.03.1946
VICTOR HARRY EDWARD BUSBY 08.07.1947
HARRY BURGESS 07.12.1948
ALEXANDER AFFLECK 11.02.1949
NORMAN ARTHUR BANHAM 05.03.1954
DEREK PERCIVAL WRIGHT 12.06.1956
DAVID WILLIAM WHITEMAN 08.03.1957
WILLIAM SNEDDON 15.12.1959
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 05.06.1962
FREDERICK THOMPSON BROWNJOHN 07.02.1964
MARGARET BROWNJOHN 31.10.1967
BRYAN WILLIAM MILLER 12.12.1968
BARRY RICHARD GONDOUIN (?) 13.04.1978
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RALPH MORGAN to December 2008
Closed January to May 2009
KEITH POOLEY & 
SAMANTHA MacPHERSON
May 2009
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The STAR & GARTER - 1995 

Original building stood on the South West corner of Row 57
( Howard Street to Hall Quay)

The Star & Garter relocated to the above building in the early 1800's. It stands on the North West corner and was previously the house of Major Orde.

Mr. Sanders advertised 19th February 1803 his offer to deliver ( from this house ) to all places in Yorkshire and Lancashire, giving a list of places from Armine to Yeighton.
He would deliver to Selby ( The Act of God, the King's Enemies, Fire, and all and every other Dangers and Accidents of the Seas, Rivers and Navigation, of whatever nature or kind forever EXCEPTED ), where Mr John Fisher would forward all goods.

Address as Short Quay in 1836 & 1854.
17 Hall Quay 1861

Music licence (wireless only) granted Tuesday 15th December 1936.

Closed November 2013 and destined to be extension of adjoining commercial premises.