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Gallon Pot
42 HOWARD STREET NORTH
ROW 42
MARKET  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953) & PS 18/14/2 (1953 - 1973)
LACON & Co  
WHITBREAD  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HENRY BARNBY 1819 - 1824
MARY SWAN
Golden Can
1830
Mr. MOUNTJOY
Gallon Can
1833 - 1834
ROBERT FAUX
Gallon Can
1836
WILLIAM KETT
Golden Can
1839
GEORGE SWAN
Golden Can
1845
M CHAPMAN
Golden Can
1846
JOHN EGER BARNBY
(Wine & spirit merchant, Charlotte Street)
1851
WILLIAM HENRY BARNABY & Son 1854
BARNBY & Son
Wine & Spirit Merchants
1863 - 1869
MARY POPE (widow) 1871
BARNBY & Son
38 Charlotte Street (& 20 Regent Street)
1872
WILLIAM S WRIGHT (Bar manager 1881) 1881 - 1894
FREDERICK MUNDAY
see opposite
1901 - 1903
JAMES WILLIAM WRIGHT 22.01.1903
PERCY BUTCHER 28.08.1903
ALBERT WALKER
Brewery representative.
01.01.1904
SAMUEL ARTHUR GIBBS 15.01.1904
Convicted 04.09.1907 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine 40/- plus 15/6d costs or 21days detention.
Convicted 04.09.1907 of permitting the premises to be a resort of prostitutes.
Fine 40/- plus 15/6d costs or 21days detention.
ALBERT EDWARD DURRANT 10.01.1908
SAMUEL JAMES BARRETT 03.03.1914
ROBERT HENRY SUTTON 11.08.1916
ALFRED ELIJAH READER 13.04.1917
JAMES JOSEPH LAMB 28.09.1917
DONALD REGINALD RUDRUM 04.11.1930
CHARLES MANTRIPPE 05.02.1932
CYRIL LEUTY 11.07.1933
EDWARD CHARLES CARTER 29.10.1935
CYRIL LEUTY 07.07.1936
ETHEL VIOLET LEUTY 08.03.1940
DONOVAN MONTAGUE TILLS 01.07.1941
HARRY BURGESS 07.07.1942
CHARLES WILLIAM DYBLE 12.12.1944


Gallon Can - Free Public House to be Let September 1833. In occupation of Mr. Mountjoy.

In August and September 1834 the GALLON CAN, Free Public House, was to be let for a Term of Years, with possession at Michaelmas next.
Situated in Howard Street and in occupation of Mr. Mountjoy. The House, from its contiguity to the Quay and River being well suited for an industrious and steady man with small capital.
Apply to Mr. Meggy, Bookseller, Quay, Yarmouth.

The GOLDEN CAN in 1830, 1839 and 1846


Address as 38 Charlotte Street in 1863, 1869, 1871, 1872 & 1881

Held a 6 day licence in 1903

On Thursday 22nd January 1903 it was heard that Frederick Munday had left the house and had gone to an unknown address in London. In consequence the licence was temporarily transferred to James Wright, to be confirmed at the next transfer day.

Licence of the PLEASURE BOAT, removed to these premises 02.03.1926.

Licence removed to the COACHMAKERS ARMS, Market Place, 31.07.1956

 See p. 88 of `Gt. Yarmouth In Old Postcards ' pub. 1994