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CHARING CROSS St. GREGORY - CLOSED by 1867
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Licensees :
MARTIN BOOTH
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
WILLIAM ALLEN 1806 - 1807
JOHN UPCROFT 1810
MARY REED ?  1819
FRANCIS READ 1822
NOAH GOOCH
age 49 in 1851
& brewer
1839 - 1859

Given by Arderon as the CHARING CROSS in 1745/1760.

CHARING CROSS - 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 for sale 8th March 1819 as the CHARING CROSS. Sale included stables, outhouses, yard and appurtenances thereto belonging, and also all those seven several Cottages or Tenements adjoining, in the use or occupation of Mary Reed, Henry Augood, Phillippa Osborn, Joseph Layton, Noah Fenton, James Coleby and Charles Taylor.

Freehold Retail Liquor and Porter Shop, in full trade, called the MALT & HOP TAVERN, Dwelling House and small Brewery attached, for sale by auction Thursday 22nd August 1844.
House comprising sitting-room, three sleeping-rooms, kitchen, wash-house and cellar. In occupation of Noah Gooch at the annual rent of £19 19s.

As the CHARING CROSS BREWERY in 1845 & 1851.