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16 SURREY STREET St. STEPHEN - CLOSED 31.12.1913
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2  (1867 to 1925)
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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ROBERT FREEMAN
mason
1760 - 1763
ROSE GREEN 1810
R. RAMSEY 1822
THOMAS CHEVERTON
Appeared in the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors 14th March 1831. Described as formerly a Publican & Broker, late a Publican. He appeared again on 27th July 1833 as previously at St. Julian's churchyard and then of Ber Street, out of business.
1830
JOSEPH TURNER
age 65 in 1851
& cordwainer
1836 - 1861
THOMAS BETTS by 1864
JAMES SAY STARLAND 26.06.1868
GEORGE ANDREWS 11.01.1870
MICHAEL ANDREWS 22.10.1872
JOHN BYLES 30.06.1874
WILLIAM ANDREWS 14.11.1877
OWEN MURRELL 29.06.1880
JAMES GILLINGWATER 25.03.1884
WILLIAM CROCKFORD 10.10.1890
ALTHEA SOPHIA MARSHAM 22.06.1897


As the GOLDEN ANCHOR 1822

Thomas Betts was summoned Saturday 26th January 1867 for contravening the Public House Closing Act, by keeping his house open for the sale of beer between one and four in the morning. The case was dismissed upon the magistrates hearing that although police officer had heard noises coming from inside, early in the morning, the doors were locked and he could not gain access. The Act specifically stated that the house had to be open for a prosecution to proceed. Betts admitted that there were people inside at the time, but said that no drinks were drawn after one o'clock. He received a caution from the magistrates.

S&P records give closure as November 1913.
Licence Registers state licence provisionally refused 12.02.1913 and referred for Compensation. Closed by Compensation 31.12.1913.

Stood on Surrey street opposite the entrance to the Bus Station.
Became used as an Estate Agents office to 1990's, when demolished.


House No. 127 on 1845 Magistrates list