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GREENLAND FISHERY NORWICH Index
30 OAK STREET St. MARY AT COSLANY FULL LICENCE CLOSED 28.12.1918
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 - 1925)
St. MARTINS BREWERY A leasehold property, part of Lot No. 1 in sale as advertised 11th October 1794.
FREE HOUSE as given 1867
STEWARD & Co 1872
ELIJAH CROSIER BAILEY of Surrey Street 1878
CANN & Co (Wymondham Brewery) from 1883
MORGANS from 1894
Licensees :
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SAMUEL FREEMAN
poulterer
1760 - 1764
Mr TERRY
(Died Saturday 11th November 1782)
to 1782
FRANCIS SMITH 1806 - 1810
A. CANNELL 1822
AQUILLA CANNELL 1830 - 1842
MARY CANNELL
(Beer retailer at Coslany Street, St Mary's 1846)
1845
House recorded as CLOSED 1854
ZACHARIAH DURRANT
& furniture broker
(In 1851 census as a woolcomber - age 39,
living at Sun Yard)
*1856 - 1861
DANIEL DOY CURL by 1867
FREDERICK MARKHAM 10.10.1879
WILLIAM SADD 26.11.1889
GEORGE AUSTIN 12.10.1909
SIDNEY JAMES BROWN 07.10.1913
WILLIAM HARVEY 13.02.1914



19th February 1783 - Two soldiers of the 9th Regiment of Foot were committed to the Bridewell for stealing several bottles of liquor. One was named Allen and had been recently tried for a robbery.

The house (GREENLAND WHALE FISHERY) was engaged for Freeholders, the Friends of Sir Edward Astley, Bart. and Thomas William Coke, Esq. on Wednesday 14th April 1784, being the Day of Election. (One of 53 such houses in Norwich)

Address as Church Street in 1845
and as Coslany street in 1879.

On Thursday 27th February 1845 a fire was discovered at the house. It had originated in the chimney. The Engines from St. George's and the City attended and the fire was soon extinguished.

Licence provisionally refused 11.02.1918 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 28.12.1918.