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NELSON TAVERN NORWICH L index Lord Nelson
N index Nelson Tavern
17 BEDFORD STREET St ANDREW FULL LICENCE CLOSED 19.01.1918
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
THOMAS WEBSTER To 1858
FREDERICK BROWN & Son of King Street, Norwich
GEORGE STOCKINGS of Earlham Road, Norwich 1878
CANN & Co Included in the sale of the Wymondham Brewery to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS 1894 - 1918
Licensees :
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JOHN HILLING
age 60
** 1851
FREDERICK STAFF by 1855
MARY ANN STAFF 10.10.1871
JOHN LAWRENCE 07.04.1874
See opposite
HENRY JORDAN 19.05.1874
Convicted 21.06.1875 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 2/6d plus 18.6d costs.
GEORGE JAMES PARKER 24.11.1875
JAMES HURN 22.06.1877
GEORGE VINCENT WARMAN 24.08.1877
CHARLES FRAMPTON 04.12.1877
CHARLES LAMB 25.06.1879
JOHN LEONARD 10.10.1879
WALTER CHALKER 22.06.1880
HERBERT BUNTING 03.08.1880
CHARLES DOVER 04.06.1881
MERRICK GEORGE ROUSE 15.10.1881
JAMES DAYNES 23.01.1882
GEORGE HOLMES 27.03.1886
THOMAS WILLIAM WILKINSON 23.11.1886
ARTHUR GEORGE BACON 21.12.1886
WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON 13.07.1887
HENRY WILLIAM BURY 20.11.1894
ROBERT OLD 13.08.1895
Convicted 05.11.1897 of harbouring a Constable.
Fine £2 plus 6/- costs or 7 days detention.
GEORGE DRAKE 29.11.1904
WILLIAM OVERTON 25.07.1905
Convicted 19.03.1907 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 10/- plus 9/- costs or 14 days detention
Convicted 15.02.1908 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 10/- plus 13/- costs or 7 days detention.
Convicted 07.05.1915 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 10/- or 7 days detention.
Convicted 08.11.1915 of harbouring prostitutes.
Fine £3 or 13 days detention.




Found as the LORD NELSON
and as the NELSON STORES but named in
the Licence Registers as the NELSON TAVERN.

Full licence granted to Frederick Staff 21st August 1855.

For sale by auction Wednesday 9th June 1858 as the NELSON, late the property of Mr. Thomas Webster, deceased.

John Lawrence was summoned Wednesday 5th September 1866 for detaining scarves and other insignia belonging to the trustees and managers of the General Funeral Fund Friendly Society of the Albion Order of Odd Fellows of Nottingham Unity. Outcome to be determined......

Briefly renamed the
PINK DOMINOES
from 03.08.1880 to 12.09.1881

Address as 19 Bedford Street in 1890 & 1912.

Apparently known or trading
as the KLONDYKE c1910.

Licence provisionally refused 01.03.1916 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 19.01.1918.