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154 OAK STREET St. MARTIN AT OAK - CLOSED 29.01.1910
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2  (1867 to 1925)
WESTONS (1845) St. Georges Brewery - Sold at auction 18.08.1864
YOUNGS & Co from 1864
Licensees :
ELIZABETH WEBB (widow) or
WILLIAM GOODWIN
1806
ROBERT CARPENTER 1822
JOHN WILKINS 1830 - 1836
D HOWLETT *1839
HENRY SWAN 1842
SIDNEY BRIGGS 1845
JOHN PALMER 1853 - 1854
ROBERT PALMER 1856
ROBERT MOSS 1864 - 1865
FREDERICK LEGGETT SCOTTER by 1867
BENJAMIN BATES 10.10.1871
CHRISTOPHER SAYER 01.12.1873
Convicted 04.10.1876 of selling out of hours.
Fine 5/- plus 19/6d costs or 1 months detention.
Convicted 24.05.1878 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 17/6d costs.
SIDNEY WILLIAM ROBINSON 19.01.1909


Thought to be a different house from that shown by Ninham as being just within St. Martins Gate.

The licence was dropped 1871 (by F. L. Scotter) but taken up again by Benjamin Bates in October of that year.

Before the Norwich Election Commission, Friday 17th September 1875, Christopher Sayer confirmed that the Liberals had hired a committee-room from him and paid £2 2s. About six messengers used the room and took out circulars and placards. He was asked to find ten men to act as `watchers'. Of the men he found, five were not voters. He claimed that he had never heard that messengers were corruptly employed in the 1874 election.


Licence provisionally refused 09.02.1909 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 29.01.1910

Note :-
The Licence Registers show 2 houses in Oak Street operating as the ANGEL. Consequently licensees pre 1867 may be transposed.