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RED LION Gt. YARMOUTH R index
30 MIDDLEGATE STREET
GAOL STREET
 ST GEORGES WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 - Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
FERRIER & Co Conveyed to Steward & Co 17.06.1884 ?
STEWARD & Co  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM CALLOW 1819
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CHARLES TUMMONDS
( Robson gives both Tummonds & Simmonds in 1839 )
1830 - 1839
WILLIAM MARSHALL
according to Pigot 1839
1839 - 1850
WILLIAM JEWITT 1854 - 1856
JOHN BUTTERFIELD
& fishing boat owner
1858 - 1859
JAMES GREY ( Gray 1861 ) 1859 - 1863
Monday 17th October 1859 - Fine of 5s for having house open, the previous night, at 11:30pm.
JAMES COLLINS 1864 - 1869
JOHN SMITH 1871
Mrs H BUSHELL 1875
JOHN MILLER 1879
LeNEVE UTTING 1881 - 1883
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** Possibly the same as the RED LION STEAM (?) given 1819.

Located on the South West corner of Row 109, Middlegate to King Street.

Fisherman Benjamin Taylor was charged and found guilty, Thursday 22nd September 1849, of stealing a pair of oars from the boat of John Butterfield. Punishment being three weeks with hard labour.

On Saturday 9th April 1864, nine year-old Alfred Kent was apprehended whilst attempting to steal copper coins from the till. Eleven year-old Charles Bowles was keeping watch outside. The two children were members of a juvenile gang and Bowles had two previous convictions for stealing from tills. Each were sentenced to twenty-one days' hard labour with Bowles receiving a further five years in a reformatory.

Before the magistrates on Monday 17th October 1859, James Grey of the RED LION, Gaol Street was ordered to put 5s in the poor box for having persons drinking in his house at a prohibited hour on the previous evening.