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18 PIER WALK St. Andrew's Ward BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1911
Gt. YARMOUTH REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (1903 to 1953)
LACONS  
Licensees :
EDWARD BONEY
& ships carpenter
(also given as Bonny & Bonney)
Previously at the FEATHERS
(Died Q2 1890 - age 70)
*1863 - 1871
SAMUEL FULCHER 1875 - 1888
CHARLES ARGYLE KING
Age 30 in 1891
1890 - 1892
JAMES GUYTON 1896
WILLIAM JAMES CUFLEY / CAFLEY
Died Q4 1901 - age 80
1900
ALFRED GEORGE CRISP
Went to SUFFOLK HOTEL
by 1901
GEORGE EDWARD HASTINGS
(Died Q4 1909 - age 61)
08.07.1904
CHARLES BASE (Basey ?) 13.01.1905
HENRY ROBERT WOODS 18.08.1905
ELLEN WALES
Went to OLD COMMODORE 1909
06.07.1906
? 1909 - 1911

 


It was reported that Edmund Bonny applied for a full licence 28th August 1865 - Application refused. House said to be frequented by seamen and the life-boat's crew.


As at Pier Road 1875
As Suffolk Tavern 1881

On Friday 13th January 1905 the licence was transferred from Mr. Hastings to the new tenant. The new rent was said to be £20 per year. Lacons advised that all their houses were valued at 32% above the rentals.

House possibly closed September 1909 since Ellen Wales is last licensee entered in licence register and in that month she started at the OLD COMMODORE

Referred to Compensation 13.02.1911
Licence expired 03.08.1911

Entry No 187 in Licence Register