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SEAMAN & Co     The BAKERS ARMS - Feb 1888 - Image by Barry Wilkinson.
FREEHOUSE   
BULLARDS 1872
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co.   
STEWARD & PATTESON     
WATNEY MANN    
NORWICH BREWERY    
BRENT WALKER    
PUBMASTER    
Licensees :

Date of take-over in S&P Records.

THOMAS PEGG
age 60 in 1851
1836 - 1856 -
HENRY HIGGINS 1859 -
BENJAMIN SPRINGALL
age 46 in 1861
1861 - * 1863 -
SAMUEL SMITH 1866  
Wednesday 28th November 1866 - Fine of 10/- and costs for having sold beer during unlawful hours on the previous Sunday. A second offence. Alternative seven days' imprisonment.
DANIEL HOWARD
age 48 in 1871
1868 - 1871 -
WILLIAM ANDREWS 10.10.1871 -
Convicted 12.03.1879 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 20/- plus 16/6d costs.-
ROBERT FLOOD
age 44 in 1881
29.06.1880 -
SARAH ANN FLOOD 1888 -
WILLIAM JOHN MUSK
age 28 in 1891
(went to CYGNET)
10.03.1888 10.1888
THOMAS FREDERICK SMITH 19.01.1909 01.1909
JOHN PARKERSON 13.02.1911 03.01.1911
Convicted 17.10.1917 of allowing consumption out of hours
Fine 20/- or 13 days detention
Convicted 18.07.1921 of selling out of hours
Fine 50/- or 13 days detention.
MARTHA MOSS 30.08.1938 26.07.1938
JAMES JOHN TAYLOR 14.07.1942 01.06.1942
EMILY ADA TAYLOR 01.01.1946 -
HENRY FREDERICK WARMINGER 05.04.1946 18.03.1946
SIDNEY EDWARD HODGE 11.06.1954
to 1965 +
05.05.1954
NORMAN DUNHILL July 1970
GEORGE MALLETT 1973
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JANE ELLISON 08.1997
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Image by Barry Wilkinson, Feb 1988.



On North side of Millers Lane, on Eastern corner of Afghan Place.

Address later as 111 Millers Lane.

Full licence granted Tuesday 25th August 1868 to Daniel Howard.

Damaged by bombing 1942 and temporarily closed according to S&P records.

Offered for sale July 2002 - As a site to be used for housing.

Application to demolish and build 4 `town houses' made April 2002.

Planning application published 16.10.02 to demolish existing building and erect 12 flats with associated parking.

Demolished by 01.11.2002

  The Norwich Pub Survey of 1986, compiled by the Norwich Society, in association with Norwich City Council, assessed the house:-  
 
Approx date of building Listed Quality Pre-war fittings surviving
External Internal
20C No 5 Yes
Modern rear extension to private accommodation (1970's or 1980's)
Originally three rooms - now one `L' shaped bar.
Old spinning wheel game attached to ceiling beam.
Pleasant, cosy local pub.
Originally a bakery with a small ale-house attached.
Landlord has a photograph of the building circa 1900.