||1854 - 1856
|ROBERT J. MARLEY
|FREDERICK GEORGE POTTER
|WILLIE GRANT POTTER
|WALTER ENTERPRISE WARNES
|1902 - 1910
|JAMES COOPER NISBET
age 43 in 1911
|ALFRED THOMAS NASH
|ROBERT CHARLES LORIMER
|CHARLES WALLACE PAYNE
|CHARLES HENRY PAYNE
|RALPH EVERSHED KING
|HARRY SIDNEY KING
( Brewery representative )
|JOHN HAROLD DUNLY
|TERENCE WILLIAM HEALEY
|GEORGE HENRY BARBER
The licence of Walter Warnes was temporally transferred to Mr Nisbitt on
10th January 1910. Full licence was granted one week later.
Mr Warnes emigrated to New Zealand, sailing from Liverpool aboard the
`Fifeshire' on 5th March 1910.
TAVERN ( to 1846 )
The RAILWAY TAVERN ( by 1847 )
The EAGLE or EAGLE HOTEL
Named as the SPREAD
EAGLE in the 1851 census.
Address of 110 Norfolk Street in 1904 & 1912
Adjoined the WHITE SWAN and the two houses were amalgamated
Recorded September 1897 as the EAGLE
At the Petty Sessions 6th April 1903, Walter Enterprise Warns
made a fresh application for a music licence. A pianoforte was desired in
the billiard room
so that the occasional Smoking Concert could be held.
Paid talent would not be employed and the concerts would not be nightly.
It was announced in the Lynn Advertiser of 7th May 1909 that a miniature
rifle range opened in the premises Friday 30th April, for use of members
of the Kings Own Royal Regiment Norfolk Yeomanry and their friends.
It was confirmed at the Brewster Sessions Monday 12th February 1912 that
the house held a music licence. This was renewed at the Sessions held
11th March 1912.
A `stray' German bomb, dropped Friday 12th June 1942 killed 16 occupants and caused severe
damage. The house was rebuilt and reopened 6th February 1959. Two survivors of the
bombing, a Mr Palmer and a Mr. Thrower attended the ceremony.
Market Day extension
Renamed the CHICAGO ROCK CAFE by 10.1996
became the ORANGE HOUSE by 2002