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EARSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1875
HARLESTON BREWERY Sold 1828 to Mr Morse of Norwich for £540
MORSE John Morse retired in 1829 - leaving his son George in charge of (ex Days) the Porter Brewery, in Oak Street, Norwich (St Martins Brewery)
STEWARD & PATTESON In 1831 George Morse merged with S&P : A week after the merger St Martins Brewery was advertised for sale.
Licensees :
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MARY MANBY 1830
GEORGE PAGE
Age 45 in 1841
See below
1836 - 1841
ROBERT SEAMAN
age 44 in 1851
& dealer
(Died Saturday 30th August 1879 - See opposite)
1845 - 1863
CHARLES KENT 1865
Mrs CORNABY 1868
JABEZ SHELDRAKE from Friday 6th November 1868 - 1869
ROBERT SHEPHARD 1871
WALTER TIBENHAM 1872
GEORGE GOWING
(At HORSE SHOES by 1877)
1875

Sarah Page, wife of George, died suddenly May 1841, aged 47.


Probably the LYON where meeting of overseers held
16th July 1733.

As the RED LION when overseers met
25th August 1740 and 24th January 1742

Recorded in 1782

Sarah, wife of George Page, died suddenly Saturday 29th May 1841, aged 47.

Mr. Robert Seaman, as his usual custom, visited the Hope Inn on the night of Saturday 30th August 1879. Entering the door he fell to the ground and was found to be dead. He was 73 years of age.

Supplied by Steward & Patteson as a Freehold property owned by George Morse, according to documents dated 1837 to 1851.

Last found as a public house in 1875.

The licence was transferred to the SIR ROBERT PEEL on Friday 26th August 1875.

The Old Red Lion was purchased in 1884 to become the Subscription Reading Room.