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Curriers Arms
16 St GILES STREET St PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 06.03.1928
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
WESTON As given 1817
STEWARD & Co    
BULLARDS by 1872
Licensees :
JOSEPH GARTHON
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
CHARLES GARTHON 1783
JAMES ALDIS 1791 - 1798
ROBERT SIMPSON 1802
JOHN WOODS
(Farriers Arms - by Mancroft Church ?)
1810
.......... PATTLE
(Curriers Arms - St Giles Broad Street)
1810
W. COOPER 1822
ALLEN BECKHAM WEBSTER 1830 - 1842
SAMUEL BALLS 1845 - 1850
JOHN HUNT (23) *1851
BENJAMIN LACEY 1854
SAMUEL BEETON 1856 - 1858
JAMES ROUSE by  07 1858
ABRAHAM AMIES by 1865
ALFRED JOHN GRINT 30.08.1871
WALTER WARNER 26.06.1877
ESTHER WARNER 31.12.1895
ARTHUR GREEN 22.03.1898
Convicted 14.10.1925 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2 or 21 days detention.


One of 40 houses named as being engaged for the Reception of Freeholders for Sir John Woodhouse and Sir Edward Astley's Friends on the Day of Election, Wednesday 14th April 1784.

One of 36 Norwich houses opened for the reception of Voters in the interest of Mr. Windham and Mr. Coke on election day Thursday 13th November 1806. The name of the Hundred for which the house was appropriated was to be displayed at each house.

Offered To Let with Immediate Possession July 1817 and again September 1817.

James Rouse informed gentlemen, his friends and the public, 31st July 1858, that he had taken the Inn and would be offering Horse Clipping, a business that hew had been engaged in for many years.

For Sale by Auction Wednesday 12th August 1868 upon the instructions of the Executors of the late Mr. Daniel Sayer. Containing Liquor Shop, large Kitchen, Parlour, four Sleeping Rooms, two Attics and Cellars.
In occupation of Messrs. Steward, Patteson & Co under a lease expiring 29th September 1868, at £40 per annum.

The FARRIERS ARMS to 1893 according to Licence Records. However both names are given 1810 with different licensees and all earlier references are for CURRIERS ARMS.


Address as 48 St Giles Broad Street 1783 and at
79 St. Giles Street  in 1802.
As by Mancroft Church 1810
80 St Giles Street 1865 & 1869.

Stood almost opposite Upper Goat Lane.

Demolished to make way for the new City Hall.

Licence surrendered 1928 and used in consideration of a new licence for Earlham FIVEWAYS. Order for removal to the FIVEWAYS TAVERN declared final 06.03.1928

House no 142 on 1845 Magistrates list