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KING STREET St. PETER SOUTHGATE - CLOSED
- Lease & release by John & Elizabeth Kemp to John Patteson dated 27th September 1800
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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HENRY CALF
woolcomber
1763 - 1764
BENJAMIN BRANSBY 1806
HENRY RICHES 1807
BENJAMIN BRANSBY
( see below )
1810
Licensee name not given 1811




Benjamin Bransby ( 1772 -1884 ) is recorded as a Timber Bender in the 1832 poll book and the 1841 census. By 1830 he is living at Three Tuns Yard, King Street, where he is said to be a Coach Bender.

Also as the JOLLY ANGLERS
ANGLERS in 1806 & 1807.
and in 1810 & 1811 as the OLD ANGLERS

On Thursday, 22nd June 1831 a sale of Norwich properties, late the property of bankrupt Crisp Brown, included  ( Lot 12 )` A dwelling-house, with brick and tiled Malt-house, called The ANGLERS, with 120 coomb steep and couch, three malting floors, each 112 feet long, two large barley chambers, two kilns, with tiled floors on iron bars: also two small malting floors and capacious dry-malt. barley and store chambers, situated near King Street Gates and fronting the Street........ This lot in occupation of Charles Barclay.'

The above puts in doubt previous information that the house became the JOLLY MALTSTERS by 1822.