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196 & 197 NORTHGATE STREET
Corner of KITCHENER ROAD
St NICHOLAS WARD FULL LICENCE -
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32  (February 1903 - February 1953) & PS 18/14/2 & PS/14/3 (1953 - 1980)
MARY ANN HAMMOND of the White Horse
LACON & Co by 1928
WHITBREAD From 1967
FREE HOUSE As advertised 2010
Licensees :
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WILLIAM EMMS
to 1850 according to Slater
1846 - 1850
ROBERT WHILEY
(retired victualler 1851 - aged 61
living with Mary Ann Gedge )
Here 1850 according to Hunt
1850
MARY ANN GEDGE
age 43 in 1851
* 1851 - 1854
JAMES THURLOW 1856
Mrs ELIZABETH THURLOW 1856 - 1864
JOHN COLE KIRBY
Age 54 in 1871
1865 - 1875
FREDERICK BLAND
Died Q2 1879 - age 32
1877 - 1879
Mrs. LUCY BLAND 1879
ROBERT DAVIS KENT 1881 - 1883
J BOULTON 1886
EDWARD PETTET 1888
WILLIAM GIRLING
Age 34 in 1891
by 1890
FREDERICK HORACE NICHOLS 16.11.1906
MARIA HAMMONDS 02.02.1910
WILLIAM GIRLING 14.08.1914
JAMES BANHAM 25.09.1914
SIDNEY CLEMENTS 05.04.1938
RUSSELL HENRY BARHAM 05.07.1938
SIDNEY WILLIAM BUCKLE 26.08.1941
HARRY BURGESS 12.12.1944
ETHEL MAY BRYANT 11.12.1945
FREDERICK WILLIAM MARTINS 07.02.1958
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 04.06.1963
PHILIP HORACE HAMMOND 05.11.1963
SIDNEY BONNEY (Benney ?) 28.10.1971
RAYMOND JOHN SMITH 20.09.1976
JOHN EDWARD THOMAS WOODS &
EDWARD JOHN THOMPSON
14.09.1978
JOHN EDWARD THOMAS WOODS 03.04.1980
DONALD STANLEY KIPPAX 04.12.1980
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 25th March 2010
North End 1854.

19 Caister Road 1871

126 Caister Road 1886
Caister Road 1861, 1869, 1875, 1879 & 1883.

George Kerrison arrived in Yarmouth from Liverpool in August 1857 where he posed as a Crimean Hero who `had never clinched from his post throughout the campaign.' Attired in the garb of a sailor he had paid special attention to the local landladies, telling them that he had a Golden Deposit of £490 in one of the local banks, some had loaned him between 5d and 5s. At the house of Mrs Thurlow he had consumed a pint of beer, subsequently returning and stealing a towel. Constable Covell had apprehended him whereupon the accused claimed it had been given to him and he had put it to his bosom and inadvertently forgotten it. Kerrison was sentenced to six months' hard labour.

For Sale by Auction Wednesday 22nd July 1914 upon the instructions of the Executors of the late Mrs. Maria Hammonds. A fully licensed Inn and Wine Shop.

House demolished by enemy action according to a letter dated 11.08.1941.

House reopened 02.08.1944.