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St CLEMENT WITHOUT FULL LICENCE See JAMES I
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867-1965)
MORGANS  
BULLARDS 1961
WATNEY MANN 1967 to closure
Licensees :
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HENRY GEORGE GOOCH 1854
SAMUEL TALLOWIN 1859
WILLIAM BALDRY
& carter
1859 - 1861
JOHN THOMAS BURROWS to 1863
Licence of J. T. Burrows struck out upon application for renewal 25th August 1863.
See opposite
RIZEN MOLLETT by 1865
Accused 11.03.1866 of being open out of hours.
GEORGE NEWTON 13.01.1868
DEBORAH NEWTON 22.02.1876
THOMAS OSBORNE COOKE 18.02.1890
EDWARD RADFORD 26.07.1904
Convicted 11.02.1905 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 10/- plus 7/- costs or 7 days detention.
WILLIAM ALBERT RADFORD 13.01.1920
MAUD RADFORD 07.02.1922
THOMAS ELMER 05.04.1924
MARTHA ELIZABETH ELMER 31.08.1937
LILY ALICE ELMER 14.06.1938
FRANK HENRY BARTRAM 30.12.1952
JAMES BOSTON 29.12.1953
GLADYS ELLEN BOSTON 10.06.1958
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At the September 1863 Licensing Sessions John Burrows of St Clements was summoned before the magistrates to answer questions regarding licence renewal, since there was a conviction against the house.
The conviction papers should have read John Thomas Burrows, the John Burrows who was summoned to appear before the magistrates was from another house in St. Clements.
When it was heard that J. T. Burrows had actually left the house and there was no other applicant, the application was struck out.
The Mr. John Burrows who turned up complained that his character had been injured and his time had been sacrificed. Several magistrates said his day's expenses should be paid.

(With some 40 licensed houses in St. Clements the location of the unfortunate Mr. J. Burrows is as yet unidentified.)

On Thursday 9th February 1905 the Chief Constable objected to licence renewal owing to the back doors opening into enclosed yards common to other tenements.

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
122 barrels of beer
29 spirits.

Closed 02.11.1974 under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd.

Reopened as a freehouse in 1975, the JAMES I