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RISING SUN GORLESTON Index
1 HIGH STREET
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St ANDREWS WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1903
Gt. YARMOUTH REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( 1903 to 1953 )
PAGETS as given 1819 and 1824 ( Named as the SUN )
STEWARD & PATTESON Conveyed 23.08.1845 by Samuel Paget & others ( Pagets Brewery) to George Morse, Peter Finch and Henry Staniforth Patteson.
Licensees :
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RICHARD COCKERILL
( Died Q4 1850 )
1819
WILLIAM COCKERILL
( Died Q2 1886 - age 82 )
1824
ANN BROWNE
( Died Q2 1840 )
1830
JAMES NEWSON 1836
JOHN WRIGHT
( Died 1866 ? )
1839
ROBERT WRIGHT
Age 30 in 1841 - Mariner.
* 1841 - 1844
MARY GULL
( Died Q4 1854 )
1845
ROBERT ANNISON 1846 - 1850
WILLIAM ANNISON
According to Slater
1850
ROBERT ANNISON
& master mariner
( Died Q2 1882 - age 67 )
1851 - 1865
BEAUMONT DARBY
Died Q4 1873 - age 43
1868 - 1873
Mrs CHARLOTTE DARBY
age 53 in 1881
( Died Q4 1913 - age 86 )
1875 - 1896
HENRY JAMES DARBY
( Died June 1922 - age 62 )
by 1900 to 1903



Built 1642

Stood on corner of High Road and High Street

Sold October 1903.

Licence given up 21.08.1903 in consideration of a new licence being granted to the new Station Hotel - Gorleston.

( In 1901 Mr. W. T. Nicholls had applied to the Brewster Sessions for the full licence to be transferred to proposed new premises at the West Cliff Estate, offering also to surrender the licence of the Brewery Stores in Howard Street. The application was refused. )



Entry No 185 in Licence Register