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New Lakenham
17 / 19 TRAFALGAR STREET NEW LAKENHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED 25.07.1933
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
STEWARD & Co  
RICHARD NEWTON IVES of Surrey Street from 1872
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co 1879
Licensees :
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ADAM HARMAN
age 65 in 1851
(as Harmer 1841 & 1845)
1834 - 1856
CHRISTMAS A. HAZELWOOD
& house painter
1858 - 1861
Mrs HARRIET HAZELWOOD by 1863
NEHEMIAH DRAPER 10.10.1881
JOSIAH GARDINER 22.11.1881
HENRY WILBY 14.02.1882
EDWARD BLANCHFLOWER 06.05.1884
ROBERT COLLETT 10.02.1885
JAMES HENRY BELL
(08.1892 in S&P records - renewal date ?)
10.10.1885
CHARLES WILLIAM DYE 18.03.1902
HARRY MUNDAY 12.10.1909
Convicted 20.12.1910 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 10/-plus 8/- costs or 7 days detention.
SIDNEY GEORGE BOULTER 22.07.1924
CHRISTINA BOULTER 21.08.1928



Offered for sale by auction Tuesday 11th November 1834. Containing a Parlour, Kitchen, spacious Cellar, and two Bed-rooms, and a large covered building, used as a Club-room and Skittle-ground; also a Cart Lodge and Coal-house. Then in the occupation of Proprietor Mr. Adam Harman.

Address as Peafield, Lakenham in 1845.

Jane Wallett, a customer at the Flying Dutchman, accused Louisa Sheppard of Assault. When a police constable went to advise Wallett of the time she was due to give evidence in court, she was found lying drunk at the public-house. At the Sessions held Saturday 7th May 1859, Sheppard was dismissed and Wallett ordered to pay the costs.

In court Wednesday 9th September 1863, Mrs Harriet Hazelwood charged William Tink a painter, living in Peafield, of assaulting her after he had arrived intoxicated at her house and was refused service. The charge proved he was fined 5s with 12s costs, or 21 days imprisonment.

At the 1909 Sessions it was reported that there were 9 other licensed houses within 200 yards, and one of those was directly opposite. The police said that the house shared a back yard with a number of cottages and was difficult to supervise.
Although the owners said that the house was required by the public and that they would improve the property to suit police requirements, the licence was provisionally refused 09.02.1909 and referred to Compensation, (but later renewed).

Licence given up 25.07.1933, along with that of the
STAR & CROWN, for the PARK HOUSE.

Offered for sale 1933 as `Formerly the Flying Dutchman '.