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WHIP & NAG NORWICH W index
3 PITT STREET St. MARY AT COSLANY   CLOSED by 1960
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/12 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
STEWARD & Co As given 1845 (Purchased by John Patteson at some time between 1807 & 1814)
STEWARD & PATTESON to 1957
Licensees :
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THOMAS GARDINER
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
JAMES DAY 1806 - 1810
STEPHEN BRISTER 1822
WILLIAM DUCKETT 1830
STEPHEN BREWSTER 1836
LYDIA BREWSTER
at Whip & Egg in 1845
at Whip & Nag 1854
1842 - 1854
THOMAS WALLACE * 1858 - 1861
R. READ 1865
JOHN LEGGATT by 1867
ROBERT PORRETT 20.03.1868
SAMUEL GREEN 18.09.1868
JAMES PITCHERS 27.06.1871
Convicted 01.12.1883 of selling out of hours.
Fine £10 plus 47/- costs or 1 month in detention. see opposite.
JAMES WRIGHT 20.05.1884
GEORGE CAPPS 11.09.1888
NATHANIEL ATTFIELD 10.10.1896
HARRIETT LINGLEY 17.12.1901
GEORGE RIX 06.04.1915
FLORENCE ALICE RIX 21.11.1916
Convicted 04.12.1917 of selling out of hours.
Fine 10/- or 7 days in detention.
GEORGE RIX 03.02.1920
ARTHUR THOMAS BRUNDISH 28.08.1923
ESTHER ALICE BRUNDISH 24.11.1931
WILLIAM BECK 05.04.1932
Convicted 08.09.1933 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine £1 or 13 days detention.
ETHEL BECK 10.10.1950
WILLIAM RAMSBOTTOM 17.07.1951
ERNEST REGINALD SHORTEN 06.04.1955
GEORGE HERBERT DOWSON 02.10.1956
KENNETH JAMES EDWARDS 07.05.1957
ERNEST FREDERICK NORMAN LUNN 09.02.1960


The Whip & Nag by George Plunkett - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002 - shown by permission
09.04.1936
Image by George Plunkett - shown by permission - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002

The WHIP & EGG to at least 1845.

Location given 1822 at Tooley Street.
Found 1845 as Near the Church.

On the night of 29th November 1883 Police-constable Scales saw fifteen to twenty people inside the house, some were drinking, others had glasses in their hands. This was at 11:25 p.m.
As soon as the constable was spotted, the lights were extinguished and all the persons managed to escape in the darkness, with the exception of a man named Want.
Landlord James Pitchers was fined £10 and 47s costs and allowed one week to pay. Mr. Want was fined £1 and costs of 7s or in default, seven days.

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.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

613/4 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Closed 22.03.1957 according to S&P records.
Licence held by S&P.

Premises officially closed February 1960 according to licence registers.
(Licence still valid to 1964 when not renewed).