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11 LOWER GOAT LANE St GREGORY   CLOSED 01.09.1959
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
FREE TRADE  
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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REBECCA NASH 1864
HENRY VINER DRAPER by 1865
THOMAS CHAPMAN PERKINS 15.11.1870
THOMAS ROLFE COSGROVE 30.06.1871
BARTHOLOMEW GRAYSTON 19.09.1872
FREDERICK RUDRUM 04.01.1873
JOHN HART BOWGEN 17.04.1873
WILLIAM DUNDAS 19.05.1874
FREDERICK HENRY MAKIN 13.11.1874
JOHN RICHARD DYSON 06.12.1886
Convicted 26.10.1888 of allowing gaming.
Fine 20/- plus 17/6d costs.
HENRY WATSON 16.02.1892
JAMES MITCHELL 10.10.1894
Convicted 10.08.1898 of allowing the premises to be used contrary to the Betting Act of 1853. Fine £5 plus 8/- costs or I months detention.
A stipulation was that the conviction was not to be recorded and owners were to be notified.
JOSEPH NOONAN 15.11.1898
CHARLES MALIN 17.06.1902
SOLOMON JACOBS 13.06.1902
HENRY GEORGE BERNARD LEGGE 14.06.1910
WALTER HANNANT 05.04.1911
FREDERICK JOHN JAMES CARR 21.07.1925
PERCY WELCH 09.03.1937
WILLIAM BRITCHER ( Bratcher ? ) 29.08.1939
JOHN THOMAS FIELD 12.11.1940
ANNIE MARY FIELD 06.10.1942
Convicted 06.10.1942 of allowing gaming.
Fine £5 on each of 4 cases
OSBORNE WILLIAM SMITH 21.08.1945
GEORGE CHARLES TANEY 29.08.1950
BENJAMIN FRED BIRD 09.10.1951
SAMUEL WARMINGER 20.11.1951
WALTER ROBERT WOODS 10.02.1953
JACK LAURANCE SPARKES 06.10.1959



A Freehold Public House for sale by auction Monday 12th February 1872.
Containing Entrance, good Bar, Parlour, Porter room, Pantry, Water Closet, Yard and Kitchen, Six Sitting and Bed-rooms; also a capital Skittle Ground.
Situated near the Market Place and in occupation of Mr. T.R. Cosgrove as Undertenant of Messrs. Bullard.
Possession from 25th March 1872 (Lady Day).

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

Bullards informed the Magistrates by a letter dated 31.08.1959 that the house would cease trading from 01.09.1959.

Licence moved to the COCK, Adelaide Street, 09.02.1960.

 

Premises became a cafe.