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NETHERGATE STREET FREEBRIDGE -LYNN HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1909
STEWARD & PATTESON  Sold by S&P 1910
Licensees :
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JAMES FLETCHER * 1836 - * 1845
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BARBARA FORSTER
( given as shopkeeper 1856 )
1854 - * 1856
THOMAS FORSTER junior
( grocer & draper 1856 & 1861 )
Age 37 in 1861
* 1858 - 1877
Not identified 1879 - 1888
GEORGE HERBERT WHITE
( grocer & draper  1891 )
Age 25 in 1891
* 1890 - 1892
WILLIAM SMITH * 1896 -  1909



James Fletcher, late of Harpley, Machine-maker and Licensed Victualler appeared in the Court of Relief of Insolvent Debtors 27th July 1833.


Licence refused at Compensation Authority meetings of 21st and 23rd June 1909.
Recorded as the PRINCE OF WALES FEATHERS, a beerhouse with 6 day licence, owned by Steward & Patteson Ltd and run by licensee William Smith.

At the Compensation Meeting of Wednesday 22nd December 1909 it was stated that trade at the house was estimated as :-
Beer 111 barrels at 10s for 10 years = £555
Bottled beer for 10 years = £106/5/-
Mineral waters for 10 years = £125

Rent at 18 years was £360.
Depreciation of fixtures £3/10/-

Total value £1,149/15-
Unlicensed value £350.
Total claim £799/15/-

Tenant paying £20 rent
Trade fixtures value £4/10/-

The Committee allowed £800, of which £720 going to the owner ( S&P ) and £80 to the licensee.