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THE QUAY WALSHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1914
BLOFIELD & WALSHAM LICENCE REGISTERS PS 8/6/1 - PS 8/6/3 (1872 - 1957?)
PAGET As BRICKLAYERS ARMS (lease) sold to Morse, Steward, Finch & Patteson 23.08.1845 ?
BULLARDS Lease to at least April 1851
HENRY READ of Gt Yarmouth, by 1872
STEWARD & PATTESON after 1903 to closure by compensation 1914
Licensees :
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Mr. GOFFEN 1826
RICHARD GOFFIN
(licence renewed 11.10.1850)
as Richard Goffen 1845
from at least 1836
CHARLES HALL
& boatwright
& boat builder 1871, 1883
06.01.1857
Convicted 19.04.1875 for being open during prohibited hours & allowing drunkenness - Licence NOT endorsed. No further detail of any penalty.
HENRY JONES 18.03.1889
HENRY WILLIAM CLARKE 13.03.1905
JACOB CARTER 07.11.1910
Fine £2 plus 4/- costs for being open during prohibited hours 31.07.1911
BENJAMIN MUTTON 06.11.1911
WILLIAM WALTER PEGG 14.07.1913
CHARLES ALBAN PRIOR 17.11.1913
to closure 1914
REEDHAM - BRICKMAKERS - 1907 norfolkpubs.co.uk
1907

 

Providing good accommodation according to an article dated 9th April 1826.
Said to be one of the only two public houses in Reedham.
(Other one being the SHIP)

A well-accustomed Free Public House, licensed for Beer and Spirits, offered for sale by auction Thursday 22nd July 1841. Then in the year to year tenancy of Richard Goffin.

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For sale by auction Monday 14th July 1845 along with excellent Brick and Tiled Warehouse and Granary, and 25 Coomb Steep Malting Office, Brick Kiln, Two Acres of Land, Several Freehold Cottages with Gardens, Large Staithe, Warehouse, &c.

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For sale by auction, Wednesday 2nd April 1851. A Freehold Property in occupation of Mr. Richard Bullard and his undertenant at the yearly rent of £28.

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It was remarked at the 1908 Licensing Sessions that the house was only 250 yards away from the Lord Nelson.

Referred for compensation 23.02.1914

Licence renewal refused 30.09.1914