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170 MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
St. GEORGES  WARD BEERHOUSE DESTROYED 1941
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
LACON & Co  
Licensees :
GEORGE SONES 1845
WILLIAM HENRY DRAPER
age 53 in 1851
1850 - 1863
GEORGE HUMPHREY 1865 - 1871
JOHN POWER 1875 - 1891
ARTHUR HENRY BEEVOR 1892
JOSEPH WADE by 1896
HENRY JAMES SMITH 13.01.1905
FRANCIS WILKINSON 03.06.1910
EDWARD SMITH 16.12.1910
ERNEST EDWARD HUBBARD 12.01.1912
SYDNEY JOSEPH PASK 03.10.1912
ARTHUR JOHN COWLES 15.11.1912
HENRY FREDERICK FOUNTAIN 19.06.1914
Convicted 03.09.1915 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 40/- or 21 days detention.
ROBERT FRANCIS REILLY 04.01.1921
THOMAS GEORGE YALLOP 07.04.1931
FRANK ARNOLD BEVERLEY 05.09.1933
JOSEPH WILLIAM BATLEY 12.11.1936
FREDERICK HENRY WOODWARD 07.05.1940
SIDNEY WILLIAM BUCKLE 26.08.1941
HARRY BURGESS 12.12.1944









Showing a name board for William Reilley, 1921 - 1931.
Image thanks to Colin Tooke.

Located at the SE corner of Row 96.

Previously the WHITE BEAR to c1842.

New frontage added in 1870's.

Address 166 Middlegate Street 1886

On Friday 13th January 1905 the licence was transferred and it was stated that the rent was £30 per year.

Demolished by enemy action  09.07.1941.
Destruction confirmed in a letter from Lacons dated 11.08.1941.

Licence in suspense 4th January 1942.
Licence restored 23rd August 1952

Charles Thomas Banham awarded licence 18th August 1953
Licence removed to site at corner of Brasenose Avenue and Girton Road, Gorleston
10th September 1963 (FASTOLFE ARMS)







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