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66 SOUTH QUAY NELSON  WARD FULL LICENCE   CLOSED c1899
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 &  Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
JAMES ADCOCK brewer   Conveyed to Paget 1804
PAGET  
STEWARD & PATTESON Conveyed by Samuel Paget & Others to Morse, Steward, Finch & Patteson 23.08.1845
Licensees :
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MARTHA DOUGHTY 1819 - 1824
MARTHA HANCOCK 1830
THOMAS WOODEN 1836 - 1844
FRANCIS WOODEN
age 62 in 1851
( Died Q1 1853 ? )
1845 - 1854
THOMAS WOODEN
See opposite
1856
FRANCIS WOODEN
( Died Q1 1913 - age 90 ? )
1858 - 1860
14.05.1860 Fine 5/- for allowing consumption out of hours.
EDWARD JEX
Age 46 in 1861
1861 - 1865
WILLIAM DONTON 1868
CHARLES HUNN
Age 41 in 1871
1869 - 1872
WILLIAM SIDLE 1875
GEORGE KEMP 1879
ROBERT WRIGHT 1881
W. C. PALMER 1883
JOHN BISHOP MANSHIP 1888
Mrs. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MANSHIP 1890
JOHN C WELHAM 1892 - 1896

Located between the ANGEL and the SCEPTRE.

Previously the HAT & FEATHER ( from 1734 ), and originally the NAGS HEAD.

Thomas Wooden was to appear as an Insolvent Debtor at the Court House on Thursday 11th July 1844. He was described as late of Great Yarmouth, Mast and Block Maker, Publican, Smack Agent and Dealer in Fish; late of Great Yarmouth, Mast and Block Maker, Publican, Smack Agent and Dealer in Fish; formerly of Great Yarmouth, Mast and Block Maker, Publican, Smack Agent and Dealer in Fish.
 ( Three different houses ? )


Francis WOODIN was fined `the usual 5s' on Monday 14th May 1860 for having house open and permitting persons to be drinking therein at an illegal hour on the previous morning.

Sold by Steward & Co ( by) 1899.

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Removal of licence of premises to be built at Station Road granted 25th August 1898.

Licence transferred September 1899 to the STATION BEERHOUSE,
which appears to be the forerunner of the STATION HOTEL, Gorleston, or perhaps the STATION BEER STORES ?