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CANTERBURY TAVERN Gt. YARMOUTH C index
5 MIDDLE MARKET ROAD
MARKET GATES
MARKET WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
MORGANS `Interest' from 1817 to 1869
CANN & Co Included in Wymondham Brewery sale to Morgans 11.05.1894
MORGANS From 1894
BULLARDS by 1903
Licensees :
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CHARLES HOWARD
& ships caulker
1869 - 1876
JOSEPH ELLIS 1877
THOMAS JOHN STEBBINGS 1879
ARTHUR WRIGHT 1881
WILLIAM TREADWELL 04.05.1883 - 1885
JOHN TYLER
(John Teyler 1886)
08.1885 - 1890
P GOODA 1894
WALTER SOUTHGATE 1896
SAMUEL CARVER 1900
FREDERICK MARTIN by 1901
(A. Mayes in Kelly's 1904 directory - Manager ?) (1904)
SAMUEL SMITH 11.10.1907
GEORGE ERNEST CORK 03.06.1910
PERCY HARRY L'ESTRANGE 21.04.1911


Also found as the CANTERBURY STORES.

Charles Howard applied for a spirit licence Monday 6th September 1869 having spent £500 on the premises in anticipation of the grant.
The magistrates immediately refused the application by a large majority.

On Thursday 28th August 1873, removal of the spirit licence from the PRINCE ALBERT to this house, was approved.

For Sale by Auction, Thursday 21st September 1876.
Well situated at the corner of the North and Middle Market Roads.
Containing spacious and handsomely fitted bar, private entrance hall, dining and sitting rooms, tap room, spacious club room, nine bed-rooms, and excellent cellars, kitchens, and Offices, the whole in the occupation of Mr. Charles Howard, who will give early possession.
The property, recently erected in a most substantial manner, occupies a most commanding position, fronting and near the Market Place. It must at all times command an excellent Bar Trade and stands well for a general Hotel Business.

6 Middle Market Road in 1881.

Mr. W. Treadwell was summoned 22nd June 1883 for non payment of the poor rate. He had not paid because he believed the rate for the house to be too high. The Magistrates ordered him to pay and to take up the matter with the Assessment Committee.


Referred to Compensation 03.03.1914 and again 14.10.1914 under the Act of 1904 and Licensing Rules of 1910.

Licence renewal refused 24th July 1914.

Licence expired 20.10.1914