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EAST & WEST FLEGG LICENCE REGISTERS PS 17/4/1 & PS 17/4/2 (1903 to 1973)
ROBERT GEORGE  
LACONS Beerhouse pre 1903 and as 1937 reference, but Full Licence given in 1903 register.
WHITBREAD   
Licensees :
ROBERT GEORGE
age 74 in 1861
1815 - * 1865
AARON GEORGE
& fisherman
age 61 in 1881
(died Q1 1888)
1869 - * 1888
Mrs SUSANNAH GEORGE
widow - age 67 in 1891
(Susannah Bonny George died Q1 1899, age 75)
1888 - 1896
AARON BONNEY GEORGE
(given as GEORGE AARON in directories)
age 54 in 1901
1900 - 1904
EDWARD JAMES ATKINS 17.10.1905
WALTER GEORGE BRATTLE 12.10.1909
JOHN SAMUEL HAYLETT
& lifeboat coxswain
02.01.1912
ELIZABETH ANN HAYLETT 01.04.1919
GEORGE ROBERT HAYLETT
(b. 16.09.1887 - d. Q1 1959)
08.07.1919
to at least 1955
GEORGINA HAYLETT c1958 - c1965
WILLIAM HAYLETT  c1965 - c1977
STEPHEN LAWSON c1977 - c1979
RAY CLIFTON c1979 - c1990
ARNOLD (ZACK) MOBBS 1990 - 2007
SARAH HARRISON from 2007
KEELEY BAKER June 2015



House originally built in 1815 by Robert George
as a (beerhouse) refuge for mariners. The first permanent building on the `Beach Village'.
Found named as the SHIP from 1900.
Spirit licence transferred from Somerton LION 1957.
Lounge extension added 1958
Refurbished c1987.

Referenced as the oldest Public House in Caister.

Mrs Mobbs won `Best Pub Garden' award 1996
as reported 24.09.1996

Caister Ship 5th November 1986

 

See page 17 of Volume 1 - Gt YARMOUTH IN OLD POSTCARDS first published 1990 and page 117 of Gt. YARMOUTH - A SECOND SELECTION first published 1996