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BRIDGE ROAD
St. ANDREWS WARD FULL LICENCE See ROCKET
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (February 1903 - February 1953) & PS 18/14/2 (1953 - 1973) & PS 18/14/3 (9th February 1973 to 14th February 1980)
WILLIAM FRANCIS Leased to Lacon & Co.
LACON & Co by 1928
WHITBREAD  
Licensees :
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ROBERT HUDSON *1854
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JOSEPH HOGG 1881
JOHN W. FRENCH 1886 - 1890
EMMA H LARKINS to 01.1897
WILLIAM ALBERT LARKINS 22.01.1897
WILLIAM SMITH
(Late of the Holborn Restaurant, London 1892)
1891 - 1892
JOHN HENRY SOUTHGATE by  08.1898
Saturday 19th August 1899 - Fine of 5s and costs or 7 days for serving a person, without a rail ticket, at 11:45 am on Sunday 13th August.
SAMUEL ROBERT SAVORY 10.07.1903
ANNIE MARIA SAVORY 13.03.1911
CHARLES JAMES PEARSON 13.09.1927
HARRY FULLER PEARCE 08.04.1930
STANLEY HART 28.12.1932
REGINALD WILLIAM BURGESS 27.08.1940
CHARLES MANTRIPPE 01.07.1941
GEORGE CHARLES WILLIAM WRIGHT 11.07.1944
JOHN RICHARD McBRIDE 11.06.1957
EDWARD ALBERT FOLKES 17.09.1957
ARTHUR A NEWSON 07.06.1960

 
Location given as Gorleston in 1881.

14 Bridge Street in 1886

Renamed the ROCKET 15.04.1974

 

On Thursday 24th August 1899, It was heard that John Southgate had been reported for a conviction, *August `last', but since it was considered be a non-serious matter, his licence was renewed, with a caution.
*If August `last' means 1898, then the 19th August 1899 conviction was only 5 days before the above hearing. So did he have two convictions by that time? 



 See p. 86 of `Gt. Yarmouth - A Second Selection' - pub. 1996