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MAGPIE & STUMP OLD CATTON index
CHURCH STREET TAVERHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1887
TAVERHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 9/8/1 to PS 9/8/2 (1872 - 1887)
SAMUEL GURNEY BUXTON of Catton
Licensees :
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VALENTINE CRANEFIELD 1789 - 1794
   
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CHARLES DACK
age 75 in 1841
( died Q2 1842 )
1830 - 1841
ROBERT PLOWMAN
age 37 in 1851
& saddler & harness maker
( died Q1 1890 - age 80 )
1842 to 1886
HERBERT PLOWMAN 18.09.1886


Adjoined the churchyard near to Catton Manor House.

Recorded in Register of Blofield, Taverham & Walsham Hundred licensed houses taken 9th September 1789.

The house included a skittle shed, stable, cart shed & piggeries.
A refreshment lounge was positioned in the back yard.

Morgans records show that the ( leased ?) house was conveyed to them from Tompsons Brewery 25th March 1845.

White describes in 1854 that `Benefit Societies are held at the Magpie and Royal Oak Inns, where there are also pleasure and tea gardens, laid out with great taste, and much resorted to by the inhabitants of Norwich, during the Summer months'.

A note in the licence register states that in 1878 Morgans were tenants from year to year.

Licence lapsed since no application for renewal made at General Annual Licensing Meeting 3rd September 1887.