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MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
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WILLIAM MANNING & Co in 1770's
Licensees :
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CATHERINE HOXTON to 1751
JAMES FINCHAM August 1751
WILLIAM BURTON
(At Thetford White Hart by 1763)
undated
.......... SNOW undated

 
Located on the SW corner of Row 108, Middlegate Street to South Quay.

Listed 1644 to 1807

Purchased in 1730 by John Wallis from Barry Love (Both merchants)

Catherine Hoxton was said to have been at the inn `for many years past' when Mr Fincham took over in August 1751.
`Excise Office is kept at the Inn '- 03.08.1751

Advertised to Let 4th September 1773.
A large and commodious Inn to be entered upon at Michaelmas Day.
Location then given as `Pleasantly situated on the Quay.'

Recorded 1775 as lately an inn.
Converted to a bank by Gurney & Co.

Owned by Pagets Brewery from 1804
when conveyed from beer brewer James Adcock.
CRANE COFFEE HOUSE in 1804
THREE CRANES INN 1807

Rebuilt by owner Samuel Barker during the period 1807 - 1812
Sold in 1829 by the assignees of Samuel Costerton Esq. (Bankrupt) to George Danby Palmer Esq.