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111 & 112 MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
NELSON WARD - CLOSED 1938
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953)
PAGET & Co 1819 - 1824
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co by 1903
Licensees :
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WILLIAM PASTON 1819 - 1924
WILLIAM CARTER 1830
ROBERT WIGG 1836
JOHN GIBSON
according to Pigot
1839
JOHN GIBBS
according to Robson
1839
ROBERT RAINBIRD
Previously at the TWO BREWERS, Diss
Died Saturday 19th October 1844 - age 53
1844
JOHN GIBBS
& shoemaker
according to Post Office
1846
JAMES AXUP
(given as Master Mariner - age 51 in 1851)
1850
EDWARD ABRAHAM ABLETT
(Maria Ablett 1861)
1854 - 1869
SAMUEL BLAXELL 1871 - 1896
FREDERICK MARTIN
(As F. Minting 1900)
by 1900
GEORGE BARRETT 20.05.1904
WILLIAM HUBBARD 16.06.1911
CHARLES BRAND 12.04.1912
Fined during period 1912/13 for a very serious offence of selling liquor during prohibited hours.
Cautioned Tuesday 4th February 1913 for past conviction - Licence renewed but with warning that he must be very careful in future.
JAMES BANHAM 02.02.1915
WILLIAM HENRY GODBOLT 14.04.1925
WILLIAM HARWOOD 11.02.1938



Image courtesy of Colin Tooke - Shown by permission

Previously called the PEACOCK.

Although recorded here by White in 1845, Robert Rainbird had died in October 1844.

The Chief Constable objected to licence renewal Friday 18th February 1938.

Licence given up 11th March 1938 in consideration of a full licence being granted to the CLIPPER SCHOONER, Friars Lane.

Demolished.




See p. 91 of Gt. Yarmouth In Old Photographs - pub 1994