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166 MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
St. GEORGES WARD - CLOSED 1942
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 - Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
STOWMARKET BREWERY To 1865
LACONS by 1903
Licensees :
WILLIAM TRETT
age 40 jn 1851
plumber
1850 - 1851
STEPHEN HOLSWORTH
( Age 55 in 1861 - general labourer at 16 Row 140 )
1854 - 1859
Fine of 5s and costs Monday 5th April 1858, for having persons drinking in the house at illegal hours on the previous day.
Fine of 5s and costs Wednesday 29th January 1859 for refusing to admit a police-constable Cutting on Christmas Day.
* HENRY BALDRY * 1861 - 1863
BENJAMIN GIBSON 1863 - 1864
THOMAS BERRY 1865 - 1869
EDMUND BONFELLOW
Brewer & Maltster
1871
JOHN WHITE 1872 -1879
CHARLES H FRENCH 1881
EDWARD BROWN 1883 - 1888
ROBERT JONATHAN LAKE 1890
GEORGE BERRY
( & coal merchant )
1891
ROBERT HOWES 1892
H T HAWTHORN 1894
ROBERT GREENACRE 1896
WILLIAM CLARKE 1900
ROBERT HARWOOD by 1901
ANN HARWOOD 08.07.1904
VALENTINE JOHN BOND 17.11.1905
Convicted 20.10.1911 ( Selling out of hours ? )
Fine 40/- plus 9/- costs or 1 month in detention.
FREDERICK COLE 20.11.1914
JAMES EADE 24.07.1919
CHARLES WILLIAM DYBLE 07.04.1936
HARRY BURGESS 20.10.1942


For sale by auction Tuesday, 3rd October 1865.
The property of the Stowmarket brewery and then referenced as the SUFFOLK ALE STORES.

Closed due to enemy action as reported 09.09.1942.

Licence removed to the PARK TAVERN, Saxon Road, 17.10.1950.

Demolished.

 

See page 92 of `Gt. Yarmouth In Old Photographs' published 1994.