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62 LOWER WESTWICK STREET St SWITHIN FULL LICENCE See COLCHESTER ARMS
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to 1/8/2 (1867 - 1925)
G. H. JECKELLS    
BULLARDS by 1869
Licensees :
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JOHN DALE 1830 - 1831
ROBERT BREWER
according to Robson
1839
ROBERT BALDWIN
1839 according to Pigot
& brewer 1842
1839 - 1845
JOHN RAMM
according to magistrates
1845
EDWARD CROWE
Died 5th May 1876 - age 59
29.09.1846
Convicted 08.10.1872 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £2- plus 18/6d costs.
EMILY CROWE 27.06.1876
ARTHUR PARKER 18.01.1890
Convicted 07.08.1890 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 5/- plus 7/- costs.
CHARLES WILLIAM BROWN 10.10.1894
FREDERICK EDWARDS 31.07.1900
WILLIAM BAILEY 21.07.1908
ALICE BYGRAVE 06.05.1913
see Colchester Arms.


Address as lower Street St. Margaret in 1831, 1845 & 1869.
As at St.Swithin 1872 and in Bullards documents.

Lot 15 in sale of the estate of bankrupt Crisp Brown Thursday 23rd June 1831. Location given as St. Margaret's.
Described as containing two sitting-rooms, four chambers, large attic, kitchen, wash-house and cellar. Also a Dwelling house with Yard running from the Street to the River. Property calculated for extensive Coal and Corn Trade.

On Sunday 30th September 1860, licensee Edward Crowe discovered the body of a man floating in the river near New Mills. Retrieving the body he took it to an outhouse on his premises and informed the authorities. The body was identified as that of Robert Nockold and at the inquest the following day an open verdict of `Found Drowned' was returned.

For Sale by Auction Monday 22nd March 1869 with Malt Office, 22 Coombs steep, occupied by Messrs. Bullard.
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Renamed the COLCHESTER ARMS 26.01.1914