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127 HIGH STREET St ANDREWS WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1907
Gt. YARMOUTH REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( 1903 to 1953 )
MORGANS to c1903
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1907
Licensees :
CHARLES RIX by 1903
CHARLES HARBORD
( Died Q4 1914 - age 69 )
24.05.1905
CHARLES JAMES PEARCE 07.07.1905


Entry No 374 in Licence Register


Previously the FISHING BOAT

On Friday 8th February 1907, the licensing justices consented to the removal of licence to a new house, to be erected in Southtown.
Mr. Charles J. Pearce to transfer to the new house when ready.
It was said that the right thing had been done since the Volunteer stood next door to an old established Inn. (FEATHERS)

Licence given up 11.10.1907 in consideration for the new licence granted to the GORDON ARMS - Southtown.