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2 THEATRE PLAIN
ROW 65
REGENT  WARD FULL LICENCE -
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953) & PS 18/14/2&3 (1953 - 1980)
TOMLINSON To 1871
LACON & Co  
WHITBREAD  
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FREE HOUSE Advertised as free trade by 2014
Licensees :
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NATHANIEL STERRY 1839 - 1844
SAMUEL SUGGATE 1845
WILLIAM HARMISTON 1846
WILLIAM MAILE
According to Hunt 1850
1849 - 1850
THOMAS R PARKER
According to Slater
1850
JAMES LAWSON
age 27
1851
JOHN HOWARD 1854 - 1856
Mrs ELIZABETH HOWARD 1858
JOHN DAVIES
Died suddenly by 9:30 am Saturday 20th January 1872. "Complained of a pain in the head on Friday and retired to bed"
1861 - 01.1872
Mrs DAVIES 1872
ALFRED FRANCIS ELPHINSTONE 1875 - 1886
Mrs. HANNAH ELPHINSTONE
(As Mrs. A. E. Elphinstone 1888 & 1892)
1888 - 1894
WILLIAM WARBRAKE 1896
HARRY CHARLES SCOTTER by 1900
SEPTIMUS A. WRIGHT 17.11.1911
ALFRED OSBORN 21.06.1912
SARAH ANN OSBORN 18.09.1923
WILLIAM HENRY DENNIS 05.07.1938
FREDERICK CHARLES HURRY 18.10.1949
WILLIAM HENRY LEDGER BROWN 14.10.1952
JOHN RICHARD MCBRIDE 05.06.1962
WILLIAM HORACE BROWNE
(Pat & Horio 1966)
24.07.1962
CECIL ALFRED CHAPMAN 11.11.1975
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Thanks to Paul Browne for the update 10.03.04
 
Previously CUPS, to at least 1824.


February 2014
2014

William Maile of the Theatre Tavern married Harriet Utting 17th October 1849.

For Sale by Auction Wednesday 23rd August 1871.
Lot No. 7 of 16 Lots to be sold upon the instructions of Joseph Tomlinson Esq. Lot No. 1 being a Nine-Quarter Brewery established upwards of fifty years, situated in Howard Street.


Plans to have lavatory accommodation in the yard were approved 12th February 1932. The Chief Constable considering that it would be an improvement.