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18 PALACE PLAIN
TABERNACLE STREET
St MARTIN AT PALACE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1922
see BEEHIVE - Eaton
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
STEWARD & PATTESON Owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co as recorded in documents dated 1837 to 1851
Licensees :
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WILLIAM DRANE 1842
SAMUEL FLETCHER
(licence holder in 1845 according to Magistrates list)
1845
JOHN JONES
according to White
1845
JAMES WALLACE
age 35 in 1851
*1850 - *1851
JOHN BUTTLE 1853 - 1854
JOHN BUTLER 1856
GEORGE LOVEDAY
rushworker
1859 - 1864
Fined £3 and costs on 18th August 1861 for allowing gambling.
Cautioned for offences committed between 30th August 1860 and 30th August 1861, but licence renewed.
JOSEPH SELF by 1866
Accused 22.08.1866 of being open out of hours.
See opposite.
JOHN DAY 04.04.1871
GEORGE STANLAY 18.10.1872
THOMAS BALLS 13.03.1874
WILLIAM WRIGHT 28.09.1875
ROBERT DRAGE 27.03.1883
THOMAS WILLIAM PASTON junior 14.01.1891
WALTER HARDY 27.06.1893
to 1922


Address as near the Church 1845.
Tabernacle Street in 1879.

Stood on the corner of access lane to Cullingfords Paper Mill.

Also known as ERPINGHAM HOUSE
and as FASTOLFS HOUSE.

On Sunday 19th August 1866, persons were found drinking in the house at ten minutes past five in the morning. Licensee Joseph Self claimed that those drinking had a right to the refreshments supplied, but the Bench thought to the contrary. Fined 5s with 11s costs.

 

An early morning licence was renewed August 1897, being granted for the benefit of employees at the nearby Gas Works.

Licence removed 1922 to a beerhouse in Eaton, to be renamed the BEEHIVE. The licences of the BIRD IN HAND and the  NORFOLK RESTAURANT were included in the exchange..

The licence registers record that the order for provisional removal to a new house at Melrose Road and Leopold Road, Eaton was declared final 10.10.1922.

House sold by S&P October 1922.