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MARQUIS OF GRANBY NORWICH M index
Marquis of Granby
177 BARRACK STREET St. JAMES FULL LICENCE CLOSED 08.08.1969
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
FREE TRADE Supplied by Steward & Co during the years 1841 to 1842 and again 1849 to 1850.
BULLARDS after 1850
WATNEY MANN 1967
Licensees :
JOSEPH BASE
worsted weaver
1763 - 1764
JAMES HOUGHTON 1810
JAMES OUTON 1822
WILLIAM KELLY 1830
EZEKIEL PAGE 1836
J. WOODROW
according to Robson
1839
JAMES HORNER
according to Pigot
1839 - 1842
CHARLES GOAT
(Here for 7 years - at GOAT from 1852)
1845
JAMES HOUGHTON
according to Hunt 
Boughton according to Slater
1850
ROBERT HOUGHTON
age 30
1851
PHILIP WAITER
(as Philip Waytes 1854)
29.09.1851
WILLIAM CARTER 25.03.1856
Fine of 1s and 11s 6d costs on Wednesday 20th August 1856.
See opposite
JOHN MACKLEY 25.03.1858
Wednesday 27th July 1859 - Fine of 1s, the minimum fine possible, and costs, for having house open at illegal hours on Sunday 24th July - A first offence.
Thursday 18th September 1862 - Fine of 1s and costs for having beerhouse open for sale of beer before 12:30pm on Sunday 12th September.
Old licence set aside owing to previously being fined for offences against the tenor of licence - Renewal considered Tuesday 25th August 1863.
Landlord cautioned Tuesday 29th August 1865 for having house open at unlawful hours for the sale of beer.
ANN MACKLEY 11.10.1877
EDWARD DOUGHTY 10.10.1881
CHARLES JOHN ROBERT KNIGHTS 29.09.1890
JOHN FORD junior 24.11.1891
HUGH NORCOTT 21.11.1893
GEORGE EMMS 26.03.1895
Convicted 14.05.1898 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine £3 plus 8/- costs or 21 days detention.
WILLIAM COPEMAN
Died Q3 1900 - age 40
10.10.1898
PHOEBE COPEMAN
Died Q3 1901 - age 41
10.10.1900
WILLIAM ALFRED WINTER
(Son of Phoebe Copeman)
27.08.1901
FREDERICK WILLIAM CREASEY 25.11.1902
ALBERT GEORGE SAYER 28.07.1903
ROBERT CORRICK 01.12.1903
GEORGE THOMPSON 17.01.1905
JAMES HENRY LARNDER 05.04.1909
BENJAMIN WHITTAKER 29.11.1910
JOHN LEONARD LARNDER 26.11.1912
BENJAMIN FRED BIRD 10.05.1938
ARTHUR CARVER 14.02.1939
HARRY HUBERT FRANCIS 30.12.1947
HERBERT JOHN MOORE 17.07.1951
WILLIAM CUSHION 12.03.1957


As at 146 Barrack Street pre 1904.
171 Barrack Street 1904 to 1937.

Location as Pockthorpe in 1879.

On Sunday 17th August 1856 Chief Constable English visited the house at 11:30 am. Inside he discovered six men, two of whom had beer before them. He was advised that three of the men had arrived by train from Fakenham that morning and the other three had entered the house at the same time.
Mr. Carter was fined 1s and 11s 6d costs on Wednesday 20th August.


Eighteen year old Elijah Edwards was found guilty at the Assizes held Monday 30th March 1857 of burglariously breaking into the Marquis of Granby on the night of 21st March 1857, stealing two chimney ornaments and one glass. He received 12 calendar months' imprisonment with hard labour.

 

 

House no. 474 on 1845 Magistrates list