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5 QUAYSIDE
FYE BRIDGE
St. SIMON & JUDE - CLOSED 1878
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 to 1894)
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by George Morse
Licensees :
JAMES FREEMAN 1760 - 1810
GILBERT RICHES 1822
GILBERT PRITCHARD 1830
JAMES TOWNSHEND 1836
JAMES DUNN
(listed 1839 at Quayside, but only as coal merchant)
1845 - 1846
WILLIAM TOOLEY
age 30 in 1851
& coal merchant
1851 -  1854
JOHN BLYTH
& waterman
* 1858 - * 1865
WILLIAM HOLLIS by 1867
GEORGE BLOOM 07.07.1871
JOHN  SWANN 11.10.1875
ROBERT GEORGE COLLETT 21.07.1877
MARY ANN JARY 18.12.1877

Given as the MAGPIE 1760 / 1807 & 1846
As the COCK & PYE in 1822, 1845 & 1854
COCK & MAGPIE 1830 & 1836.

Cock & Pye Yard was situated 2 houses away from the New Star, heading towards Wensum Street.

Licence removed 1878 to premises situated on the corner of St. Philips Road and Stafford Street. Sign changed to the BELLE VUE.

 

House no 291 on 1845 Magistrates list