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White Lion index
3 NORFOLK STREET NEW CONDUIT WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED
FREE TRADE  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM STIRGES 1845 - 1846
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SELINA LOWE
Age 44
1868 - 1877
ELIZABETH LOWE
Age 41 in 1891
& ham curer
1890 - 1891
   
   



Address also given as 5 Norfolk Street.

In the sessions of Minutes 1752

Appears to be the WHITE LYON, Grass-Market, given in Ipswich Journal of March 1765 as the starting point of the Lynn Machine, setting out every Monday and Friday to the Green Dragon, Bishopsgate, London.

William Stirges is given at the WHITE SWAN, (110) Norfolk Street in 1845, but another licensee is also named at that house.
Mr. Stirges is named at the WHITE LION in 1846.

Mrs Selina Lowe is a greengrocer in Norfolk Street in 1861
and at an eating house at this address in 1868,1869, 1875 & 1877.

(In 1851 neither No 3 or No 5 appear to be licensed premises.
White Lion Yard is given after No 5 with the following occupants :
Robert Emmerson (36) - Sawyer
George Regester (65) - Messenger
William Sharpe (59) - Pipe Maker
John Moore (45) - Stay Maker
William Cubitt (39) - Ostler
Jacob Bunnett (34) - Professor of Dancing.

House named in 1891 census.

Closed and demolished.