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100 St. GILES STREET St. GILES FULL LICENCE CLOSED 08.12.1964
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
FREE TRADE Freehold owned by the Mayor, Alderman & Citizens of Norwich.
HORACE LACEY by 1873
CHARLES HUGH WRIGHT 1878
JOHN TILLETT 1882
CHARLES HADDON 1883
COOPER BROWN & DAY of East Dereham - after 1894
STEWARD & PATTESON c1922 - Freehold purchased from Norwich Corporation 1932.
Licensees :
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LEWIS DUGE MINNS 20.08.1867
THOMAS RANDALL 09.04.1868
CHARLES VICTOR BUNN 14.08.1868
EDWARD KIDBY HAMMOND 30.06.1871
CHARLES HUGH WRIGHT 23.09.1872
MARY ANN WRIGHT 24.06.1879
EMMA WRIGHT 24.06.1880
ISAAC TYRRELL 29.06.1881
JOHN TILLETT 10.10.1881
JACOB PETER BATCH 27.06.1882
CHARLES HARDEN 27.03.1883
JAMES LESLIE 31.12.1895
EDWARD JULER 28.12.1897
ALFRED ERNEST HITCHMAN 27.12.1898
EDWARD JULER 08.08.1889
BENJAMIN COOPER 14.11.1899
HERBERT CUTHBERT 01.09.1903
WILLIAM ERNEST SNEATH 29.11.1904
HARRY JENNINGS 19.07.1910
LILLIAN REBECCA JENNINGS 13.07.1915
GEORGE WILLIAM RAYNER 17.08.1915
CHARLES PEARCE 21.11.1916
SIDNEY THOMAS LONG 06.04.1920
SIDNEY ALBERT BLOGG 06.10.1925
PERCY JOHN FORDHAM 05.04.1932
ALFRED CHARLES FINCH 05.04.1934
ROBERT HARDINGHAM 15.10.1935
ALBERT WILLIAM CARVER 16.11.1937
HENRY FREDERICK WARMINGER 29.12.1942
BERTRAM CHARLES HIPPERSON 05.04.1946
ERNEST FREDERICK NORMAN LUNN 09.02.1965



Mr. Minns obtained a spirit licence Tuesday 27th August 1867, it was required for counter and counting-room business. A memorial consisting of ten folios of foolscap was presented in his favour.

The St. GILES TAVERN 1867 - 1877

Application made Friday 24th August 1900 for a 7 day licence.
It was said that it would be well that a great many of the houses in the neighbourhood were also closed on Sundays.

6 day licence extended to 7 day following application by Benjamin Cooper, as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 25.08.1900.
It was then noted that this was then the only outlet in Norwich for the products of Messrs Cooper Brown and Days beers.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

Closed 08.12.1964.
105 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading. 

Compulsorily purchased for road improvement scheme.

See page 14 of `Norwich in Old Postcards - Vol 1 ' published 1988