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13 NORTHGATE STREET
WHITE HORSE PLAIN
St. NICHOLAS WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 2004
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 ) & PS 18/14/2 ( 1953 - 1973 )
LACON & Co  
WHITBREAD  
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Licensees :
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* JOHN ELDRIDGE
( wife died during night of 12th April 1780 )
1780
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HENRY DAWSON 1819 -  July 1820
MARK CARRICK 1830 - 1846
ABRAHAM Hall (?)
According to Slater
1850
SAMUEL BALLS
here 1850 according to Hunt
1850 - 1858
THOMAS M LARK 1861
RICHARD BAYFIELD SHORE 1863 - 1864
DANIEL RUDRUM SNOWLING
Died Q1 1867 - age 50
1865 - 1867
Friday 25th August 1865 - Fine of 20s and costs - see opposite.
Mrs. MARY ANN SNOWLING
Age 43 in 1871
1867 - 1872
JOHN SNOWLING 1875 - 1881
GEORGE WILLIAM HAMMOND 1883 - 1896
Mrs. MARION HAMMOND by 1900
GEORGE HENRY HAMMOND 19.05.1905
Convicted 15.01.1934 of selling out of hours.
Fine £5 or 1 month in detention.
HARRY BURGESS 19.08.1952
CLARENCE BROWN 14.10.1952
JOHN EDWARD RIMMELL 17.12.1963
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DEBBIE BEE 1998 - 2003+
   

The White Horse - 1986
1986

The GOLDEN KEYS in the 1800's.

Address as North End in 1822, 1846 & 1854.

Church Plain in 1836.
8 White Horse Plain 1871
14 Northgate Street 1886
20 Northgate Street 1937.

Located on the South East corner of Row 7 Rainbow Corner to Northgate street.

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22nd July 1820.
Henry Dawson thanked his friends and the public for their support and informed them that he had erected a Weighing Engine for their better accommodation and for its convenience and particularly its Correctness.

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Mr. Larke gave his annual dinner on Wednesday 23rd January 1861.
Sir E. H. Lacon, Bart., M.P. presided.

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Charged 25th August 1865 with having his house open at a quarter past twelve the previous night, Mr. Snowling proved that all those in the house were respectable strangers and no liquor of any sort had been drawn for them. The house was acknowledged to be very creditably conducted. However it was unfortunate that Mr. Snowling used some very unguarded expressions to the police constable who visited the house and as a consequence was fined 20s plus costs.

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Purchased by developers April 2004
and converted into 3 `Town Houses'.