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UPPER GOAT LANE St. GREGORY FULL LICENCE CLOSED
MORGANS  
Licensees :
CHARLES  WILKINS 1810 - 1822
JOHN ROBERTS
(Young Goat)
1830
JOSEPH DAINES BOND 1836 - 1839
ELIZABETH MOUNTAIN
age 42 in 1851
1839 - 1854
JAMES WRIGHT 1856 - 1858
W H NEWMAN 1859
ROBERT WEBSDALE
& hay trusser
License suspended 19.08.1862
1861 - 1862
* HENRY FENN 1866 - 1869
JAMES MOORE 1870 - 1872
Charged 22nd October 1870 of allowing drunkenness in the house
Licence not applied for August 1872



* Henry Fenn is given at the GOAT in 1866.


House no. 248 on 1845 Magistrates list

Both the OLD GOAT and the YOUNG GOAT are given in 1810 & 1830.
(They stood side by side)

Notice was published 13th December 1823 that bankrupt Charles Wilkins had assigned his Estate and Effects, for the benefit of his creditors, in an Indenture dated 9th October 1823.


At the Annual licensing Meeting, Tuesday 30th August 1859, the licence was renewed on condition that the character of the house be immediately improved.
It was heard however that licensee Newman had only been at the house for three weeks and he had run his previous house most respectfully.


At the sessions held 19th August 1862 the licensee was one of many who were reprimanded for omitting to assist the police, were in the habit of allowing prostitutes to assemble or conducted themselves in a manner that, although they had not been summoned or fined, yet were considered by the magistrates to be improper persons to be entrusted with licenses.
(Mr. Websdale was admonished for allowing prostitutes to assemble at his house and since he had `aggravated' his offence his license was suspended.)

Following a conviction during the year 1871 - 1872,  for allowing gambling in the house, licensee Moore made no application for licence renewal at the Sessions held Tuesday 27th August 1872.