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AYLSHAM ROAD
St AUGUSTINES ROAD
ST CLEMENT WITHOUT FULL LICENCE See KING EDWARD VII
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
CHARLES CLARKE First licence granted 1870
MARTHA CHRISTIAN CLARKE 1879
MORGANS after 1894
Licensees :
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CHARLES CLARKE
at Poplar gardens 1875
1870 - 1879
MARTHA CHRISTIAN CLARKE
at Poplar Gardens 1879
13.05.1879
HENRY BATHURST LONG
at Poplar Gardens 1896
22.08.1881
WILLIAM BALLS
at Poplar Gardens 1900
19.12.1899
WALTER RILEY 25.11.1902
HERBERT NEALE CAREY 06.04.1903



House named PHILADELPHIA BREWERY according to Licence Registers.

Charles Clarke, ale and porter brewer, applied for a spirit licence Tuesday 23rd August 1870. He urged that it would be a great convenience to his country customers, who then had to go elsewhere to obtain a more ardent beverage than he could supply. Licence granted.

However generally referenced as the
POPLAR GARDENS
1875 - 1900

Address of the Poplar Gardens in 1879 Kelly's
given as at St. Augustine's

Order for removal of licence to new premises closer to the road, 24.08.1900.
Provisional licence for new house renewed Tuesday 27th August 1901, although building yet to be erected during the coming year.
Order declared final 25.11.1902

Renamed KING EDWARD VII from 17.03.1903
following relocation.

BUT! ...both POPLAR GARDENS & KING EDWARD VII listed in 1910 trades directory?