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Licensees :
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JOHN YOUNGS 1819 - 1830
WILLIAM KETT 1836
ROBERT ALFRED ALLCOCK
according to Robson
1839
GEORGE WELLS
according to Pigot
1839
FRANCIS BETTS 1844
Empty 1845
MATTHEW JOSEPHS 1846
JOHN CHITTY 1850
RICHARD TURNER 1854
HANNAH TURNER
( also as Anna Turner )
1856
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Address as Church Plain in 1830.

Church Square 1850

Charlotte Street in 1854

Lot No. 1 in the Sale by Auction of eight properties in Great Yarmouth, Thursday 15th May 1856.
A capital Freehold Public House with entrances on the Plain and one from Charlotte Street.

  It seems that, at least for a short period, William Lubbock, otherwise known as William Franklin, was licensee of this house. At the Sessions held at Maidstone, Kent, on Tuesday 7th September 1852, he was described as an insolvent debtor.
His past career was described as:
Formerly of Lynn, Norfolk, Cow Keeper and Milkman;
then of 27, Whiskin Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, Cow Keeper and Milkman;
then of Victoria Terrace, Lynn, Builder;
then of the Cock Tavern, Leadenhall Street, City of London, Licensed Victualler and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of the Mariners' Beer Shop, High Street, Shadwell, Middlesex, Licensed Beer Seller and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of Spring Gardens, Stepney, Middlesex, Baker and Milkman;
then of Judd Street, Sumerytown, Middlesex, Coffee House Keeper;
then of Duke Street, Smithfield, City of London, Coffee House Keeper;
then of New Church Street, Lisson Grove, Regent's Park, Coffee House Keeper;
then of the Debtors Prison, White Cross Street, City of London, a prisoner for debt;
then of the Artichoke, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane, Middlesex, Licensed Victualler and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of the White Hart, Folley Bridge, Surrey, Licensed Victualler and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of the WHITE HART, Yarmouth, Norfolk, Licensed Victualler and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of James Street, Cambridge, Licensed Beer Seller and dealer in Tobacco, Cow Keeper and Milkman;
then of Week Street, Maidstone, Kent, Licensed Beer Seller and Dealer in Tobacco;
then of the Crown and Glove, Stannington, near Sheffield, Licensed Victualler and Dealer in Tobacco ;
then of 14 Baslingthorpe Lane, Leeds, British Cordial Manufacturer;
and then and late of No. 6 Wilson Street, New Cross Road, Deptford, Kent, British Cordial Manufacturer.

( Note: A William Lubbock is found at the QUAY MILL TAVERN in 1846 and at the RAILWAY HOTEL in 1850. Seemingly a different person since he is then described as also a mast, block and pump maker?)