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St. MARTINS
St. MARTIN AT OAK FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1933
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 - 1953)
SEAMAN & Co Ownership as described in documents dated 1837 to 1865
GRIMMER & Co 1872
LACONS by 1924
Licensees :
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WILLIAM DYE (30 in 1851)
& fellmonger
* See Flower Pot
*1846 - 1852
ROBERT NICHOLS 1854
HENRY FARMAN
(William Henry Suffield Farman)
1856
Tuesday 4th March 1856 - Sentenced to four months' imprisonment. See opposite.
JOHN PRATT
& butcher
(At the PRINCE OF DENMARK by 1863)
1858 - 1861
Fined 7s 6d on each of 4 mugs of deficient measure and costs - Saturday 10th July 1861
ABRAHAM WILSON by 1863
FREDERICK NEWMAN 17.03.1868
Convicted 20.08.1872 under section 24.
Fine £1
WALTER FEARNLEY 19.11.1872
MARY FEARNLEY 17.06.1884
FREDERICK BRIGHTEN 27.03.1888
PERCY GEORGE WHINES 24.11.1891
GEORGE JOSEPH FORDER 26.03.1895
EDWARD BRANDISH 10.10.1901
ALBERT HANSELL 26.11.1912
to closure




Location given as `Next to Bath House' when new (full) licence issued 31st August 1852.

It was heard Tuesday 4th March 1856, that landlord Farman had assaulted Robert Thorne following an argument about £4 of unpaid rent due 15th February. Thorne, a clerk for brewer Mr. Seaman, had refused to show authorisation for entering the house since upon arrival he had served notice for the unpaid rent of £4 and considered that sufficient. Farman attempted to eject him from the house and failing to do so, set a large bulldog at him. The dog seized him by the leg and was knocked off, but it flew at him again. It was Farman who pulled the dog off by choking it.
Farman claimed that he had believed his wife had already paid the rent and was greatly irritated by the demand.
The Recorder said that Farman's conduct was as cowardly as it was ferocious and being found guilty, a sentence of 4 month's imprisonment, without hard labour, was awarded.


Also found as the SKINNERS ARMS.
Known as HANSELLS in the late 1920's

Provisional removal of licence to the WINDMILL granted 07.02.1933.
Removal confirmed  07.03.1933