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PUDDING LANE
MARKET PLACE
St PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE to 1867 CLOSED 1869 ?
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 - 1894)
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Licensees :
JOHN WOOD
age 50 in 1841
1822 - 1841
WILLIAM CHAMBERS 1842 - 1846
JAMES T. BLAZEBY 1850
ELIZABETH TURNER 1852 - 1853
HENRY TILNEY by March 1853 - 1854
JOHN SNELLING
Died Q1 1864
1856 - 1864
(Mrs ?) ........ SNELLING 29.03.1864
Mr. WHALE or WHALL
See opposite.
here September 1864
Licence refused Tuesday 27th August 1867
HENRY HOLMES
(At Orchard Tavern 1865)
1868


On Tuesday 15th March 1853, 20 year old Samuel Read was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment with hard labour for stealing a quantity of lead pipe and five brass taps from the cellar of the Yarmouth Arms. The items were the property of Elizabeth Turner who had recently vacated the premises and the wife of the new occupier, Mrs Susan Tilney, had seen them on 10th March. The following day, the cellar was found to be full of water and the pipe had been wrenched from the wall. Read was arrested having sold the pipe to a marine store dealer, named Parker.

On Wednesday 7th September 1864, Mr. Whale (also reported as Whall), attended the magistrates court accused of short changing customer Joseph Leverett. The case had been adjourned from the previous day so that the accused could provide a witness. However the accuser did not appear on the second day and in his absence the case was dismissed.

Licence given special consideration August 1867 owing to past improper conduct and in consequence, refused.

Licence again refused1868

New licence applied for 1869 by Henry Holmes - refused.

Probably traded as a beerhouse 1867 - 1869.

House No. 148 on 1845 Magistrates list.