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Prince of Wales
2 CHARLOTTE STREET
(later Howard Street)
MARKET WARD - CLOSED
PAGET & Co 1819
Licensees :
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WILLIAM SNOW 1819 - 1820
ROBERT BUTLER 1822
ISAAC FORDER 1830
THOMAS ELLIS 1836
DANIEL MARYSON 1839 - 1844
JOSEPH ALLMAN 1845
JOHN HOWES 1846
WILLIAM DUCKETT junior 1850





William Duckett (50) is named in the 1851 census at Charlotte Street.
His occupation is given as Sawyer.
 He lives with wife Matilda and sons Thomas & Andrew.
There are 4 visitors staying at the house.
It seems likely he is still at the Prince Of Wales.


(On 7th October 1815 it was announced that William Snow, victualler of Gt Yarmouth had assigned his Estate and Effects to Mr. John Hanbury Williams, Mr. John Woolsey and Mr. William Spelman, for the benefit of themselves and other creditors, who would execute a deed of assignment within three months of 2nd October 1815 - It is currently unknown where Mr. Snow was licensee at this time.)

The Norfolk Chronicle of 29th January 1820 advertised for Let Or Lease the `Commodious public house called the
PRINCE OF WALES, or APOLLO GARDENS,
situate near the North entrance of Gt. Yarmouth, in the occupation of William Snow '.
Property described as comprising three parlours, four bed-rooms, a capital kitchen, billiard-room, cellar, beer warehouse, stables, outhouses, and other conveniences, and adjoining a bowling green with arbours, orchestra, and sitting-rooms arranged sound the same. Also two acres of Garden Ground in a high state of cultivation, and well planted with Fruit Trees, Shrubs and Bushes.

Perhaps known as the JOHN BARLEYCORN in 1879
(Address then given as 1 Howard Street)
but as the FLEUR DE LYS in 1875 and 1888 to 1896 

Later became  the CROWN STORES (by 1900)

 

See APOLLO TAVERN