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11 LONG ROW ST CLEMENT WITHOUT FULL LICENCE CLOSED 31.12.1930
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
TOMPSONS Conveyed by Charles Kett Tompson and Henry Kett Tompson to John Brandram Morgan and Walter Morgan 25th March 1845.
MORGANS to closure 1930
Licensees :
ROBERT BROOK 1830
GEORGE THURSBY 1836
JOHN THURSBY 1839
GEORGE THURSBY
age 40
1841
WILLIAM BROWNE 1842 - 1845
ROBERT EDWARDS
according to Magistrates
1845
W LAKE 1846
THOMAS WRIGHT
butcher
age 49 in 1851
*1850 - 1874
Fined 1858 for selling beer out of hours on a Sunday.
EDWARD EADE 06.03.1874
Convicted 08.02.1878 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 2/6d plus 17/6d costs
JOHN LONG 01.10.1880
LEWIS LOCKWOOD 30.09.1881
THOMAS LOCKWOOD
age 38 in 1901
27.03.1888
FREDERICK FEAVYER 10.10.1905
WILLIAM BROWNE 24.07.1906
LEWIS PYE 09.10.1906
FRANCIS FROST 06.02.1907
GEORGE WILLIAM COLLINSON 12.10.1909
MATTHEW CUBITT 29.11.1910
HARRIETT WARMINGER 13.02.1911
WILLIAM HARRY JAMES PRESTON 07.10.1919
FLORENCE MAUDE PRESTON 21.08.1925


Address given in 1845 as `Shipwreck Close, near St Augustines and Magdalen Gates', when the estate of the Tompson Brewery was conveyed to Morgans.

At the Annual Licensing Meeting held Monday 23rd August 1858, it was revealed that Thomas Wright had previously been fined (unspecified sum) for having his house open at illegal hours on a Sunday. The bench agreed that this single conviction should not prevent renewal of licence especially as the house had been subsequently well conducted.
Seemingly having a full licence in 1858, but not using spirit licence.

As at Long Row, Angel Road 1890.

Licence provisionally refused 11.02.1930 and referred to compensation. Closed under compensation 31.12.1930.