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96 ANGEL ROAD ST CLEMENT WITHOUT FULL LICENCE 01603 427490
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
STEWARD & Co. Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co : First supplied during the year 1838/1839
BULLARDS from 1873
WATNEY MANN 1967 to 1972
COURAGE 01.03.1972
WHITBREAD by 1987
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Licensees :
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THOMAS HOWARTH 1830
WILLIAM SEELEY
(died Q3 1839 ?)
1836
GEORGE WATERING 1839
JOHN STEPHEN TURNER
(Committed suicide 25th July 1845 - age 55)
1841 - 1845
Mrs CHARLOTTE TURNER
age 40 in 1841
(died Q1 1849)
1845 - 1846
Mrs. CARTER 1848
BENJAMIN BUCKHAM
age 53 in 1851
1850 - 1851
CHARLES AMES
(died Q3 1854 ?)
1853 - 1854
CHARLES DOVER
& drover
age 64 in 1881
(died Q3 1890 ?)
1858 - 1881
THOMAS MAWRAN
also as Mauran & Mouran
age 42 in 1891
21.05.1881
Convicted 23.05.1891 of  allowing consumption out of hours - Fine 10/- with NO costs or 3 days detention.
WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK 10.10.1891
FREDERICK MARTIN 24.06.1894
EDWARD CHARLES BALLS
age 28 in 1901
09.05.1899
FREDERICK ALFRED WILLIAM COMAN 07.05.1901
ARTHUR BOOTY 30.07.1901
ERNEST BULLARD 04.02.1902
JOHN JARRETT 23.10.1902
FRED NORTON HILL 11.06.1912
CHARLES HARRIS 19.08.1913
MARGARET HARRIS 05.04.1924
The family of Arthur Clarke
ARTHUR CLARKE 21.11.1933
FRANK GOLDSON 19.07.1960
- 1965 +
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IAN WARREN by 1989

Thanks to Ron Sheldon for update 02.01.2003

The inquest into the suicide of Stephen Turner was held at the house on Friday 25th July 1845. That day, the deceased had been found hanging from a beam in the stable some two hours after he had apparently placed a nine-pin on top of a measure in order to reach the beam.
In a low state of mind regarding family concerns, a verdict of Temporary Insanity was reached.

ANGEL GARDENS
During the period of Arthur Clarke - c1935
(The chap holding the stick is Ernest Clarke, father of Arthur.
He had died by 1939)


As the NEW ANGEL at St. Clements in the Field 1830.

As the ANGEL PLEASURE GARDENS in late 1800's.

Music, singing and dancing licence granted 22nd August 1891.
The gardens were 50 yards square and held a stage 38 feet by 22 feet (?) upon which, in fine weather, performances took place. In bad weather there was a large room with a small stage at one end. A greater part of the value of the premises would be lost if the licence was not granted.
With no objections, the licence applied for was granted.

ANGEL GARDENS 1891 & 1937

The ENTERTAINER 1984 - 1987

The ANGEL GARDENS from October 1987

November 1987 - Image by Barry Wilkinson.
November 1987 image by Barry Wilkinson.


On Tuesday 5th December 1848, Samuel Davey was charged by landlady Mrs Carter of being disorderly and of breaking a window in the Angel.
Davey said that he was a funny singer and had been invited by Mrs Carter to attend the Free and Easy which was held the previous night. Although he gained no money, he got plenty of beer. He was used roughly and his hat had been damaged.
He was fined a total of 8s 6d which included damages and costs, or 21 days imprisonment. He went to prison.