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CROOKS PLACE
CHAPELFIELD
St STEPHEN   CLOSED
TOMPSON to 1778
 FOYSON to 1833
Licensees :
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JAMES SEELEY From August 1783
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WILLIAM CHARITY 1830
JAMES ULPH Here July / August 1833
THOMAS WALKER 1836
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Charlotte Yard, St. Stephen, is referenced 1801

Lot number 5 in the sale Monday 7th September 1778, of the Brewery and Public Houses, late in the ownership of Nockold Tompson, deceased.


In The Norfolk Chronicle of 9th August 1783 Mr Seeley announced that he had opened a house in St Stephens Street by the sign of Queen Charlotte.
Rooms were set up in a genteel Manner for the Reception of Gentlemen and others, and a fresh Stock of neat Wines had been laid in.
House named Queen Charlotte 1830

Part of the estate of brewer Thomas Foyson, who died prior to March 1832. House (Princess Charlotte) to be sold by auction Tuesday 24th September 1833 Lot No 4 of 8.

James Ulph, Publican and Cordwainer, late of Queen Street, Crook's Place was to appear at the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors on 27th July 1833.

Found as the PRINCESS CHARLOTTE 1833 & 1836.

(Queen Street, New City - 1836. Later became Nicholas Street)