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284 SPROWSTON ROAD TAVERHAM HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED 02.04.1958
TAVERHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 9/8/1 to PS 9/8/3 (31 Aug 1872 - 1957) note:1887 to 1903 missing
transferred to NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER 09.11.1907 - PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
EDWARD EDWARDS of London Street, Norwich
STEWARD & PATTESON from some time between 1875 & 1878
Licensees :
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JOHN BURROWS 1830 - 1836
PETER BURROWS
age 33 in 1851
1842 - 1865
Fined £1 and 18s costs for assaulting a policeman - Saturday 4th September 1858. See opposite.
Saturday 9th April 1864 - Committed to trial for receiving a side of pork, stolen from the slaughter-house of James Fuller.
JOHN ARMES by 1868
LYDIA ARMES 06.03.1875
JOHN ALLEN
& carter
Died Q4 1893 - age 56
11.10.1879 - 1893
MARGARET ALLEN from 1893
Mrs MARGARET WHITTAKER
(Married Charles Whittaker Q4 1896)
by 1897
JOHN JAMES KING 16.11.1901
ARTHUR SANDELL 01.1903
HARRY HENRY SMITH 21.11.1903
CATHERINE HANNAH SMITH 11.02.1915
HARRY HENRY SMITH 13.05.1919
CATHERINE HANNAH SMITH 06.10.1942
JOHN SYDNEY THOMPSON 19.08.1947
ALBERT HENRY CAWDRON 18.11.1952
KENNETH JAMES EDWARDS 08.04.1958
ERNEST FREDERICK NORMAN LUNN
(Brewery representative)
09.02.1960




The NORWICH & NORFOLK ARMS 1830.

NORFOLK ARMS 1836, 1850, 1856, 1929, 1933

The NORWICH ARMS 1904

On the morning of 22nd August 1858 Sergeant Ireland and Constable Brown went to the house in search of a person called Graver. The house was closed and it took a full twenty minutes before licensee Burroughs answered the door. Announcing his reason for attending the house, Ireland was told that Graver was not there and Burroughs would see the magistrates and the police dead before he would open his door. Eventually letting in the police, it was then threatened that if Ireland went upstairs he would have his head broken with the wooden bar that Burroughs (Burrows) held in his hand. As Ireland got on the stairs he was pilled back and assaulted. After a search, Graver was found hiding in a closet but it was the licensee's son who stated the he had secreted Graver in and his father had no knowledge.
Before the magistrates on Saturday 4th September 1858, Mr Burroughes was fined a total of 38 shillings, including costs.

 

Closed 1958 - Licence held by S&P
licence not renewed February 1964