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Licensees :
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CHARLES HALLS pre 1834
RICHARD STANNARD 1836
RICHARD TATTUM 1839 - 1842
MARTIN KNOWLES 1845 - 1850
GREGORY KING 1853 - 1854
WILLIAM JAMES PORTER 1856
SAMUEL TRAVIS 1858 - 1859
WILLIAM JAMES PORTER
(J. Potter 1864)
1860 - 1864
WILLIAM PARR 1865

William Parr was recorded as a bankrupt in the London Gazette, in a notice dated Tuesday 6th February 1866.


Described 25th October 1834, as an Insolvent Debtor, Charles Halls was formerly of the Bowling Green Tap, Publican and Ostler; afterwards of Fishergate Street, Coal Merchant and Agent for the Sale of Beer; then of Peacock Street, Labourer; then of Sprowston, Publican; then of Ten Bell Lane, Labourer; and late of Lakenham, Labourer.
He was discharged from his debts 6th November 1834.


Not found listed as a separate identity from the BOWLING GREEN HOTEL after 1866.

The BOWLING GREEN STORES, offered To Let with Immediate Possession 26th May 1866. Consisting of a Retail Spirit Shop and Store-room, large and convenient Smoke-room and excellent Bowling Saloon, with convenient Yard and Outbuildings.

Part of the BOWLING GREEN HOTEL to 29.11.1890 when officially renamed the THEATRE ROYAL STORES.