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New Brewery
FISHERGATE St. EDMUND - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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J. HOLMES 1822
JOHN BORRETT 1829 - 1830
JAMES BARBER
Went to Jolly Farmers
1836


John Borrett, formerly of Bungay, Liquor Merchant, then Publican, then of St. Edmund, Norwich, Publican and late of St. Paul, unemployed, was to appear at the Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, 20th March 1830

Described as a Free Public House when offered for sale by auction Thursday 18th August 1836.
Location given as opposite the Yarn Factory and occupied by Mr. James Barber.
Comprising a Bar, Parlour, Kitchen, Cellar, two Store-rooms, Club-room, four Bed-rooms, Coal-house, Gig-house, large Brew-house, Malt Chamber, Store Cellars and Tun-room.
Also a large Attic and Bed-room occupied by Robert Maris.
Two other Attics and large Room untenanted.
One Room occupied by Arminger.
Two Rooms occupied by Elizabeth Smee, a Large Room occupied by John Harcourt and two Rooms occupied by Sabberton.

Sale by order of the Trustees of the late Mr. Robert Tillyard.