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18 St. PAULS PLAIN
21 BARRACK STREET
St. PAUL FULL LICENCE CLOSED 23.12.1939
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/3 ( 1867 to 1953 )
STEWARD & Co. Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co
Trustees of the Great Hospital 23.11.1938
Licensees :
............. 1783
WILLIAM LAYTON
( Given at Bull )
1822
JOSEPH ENGALL 1839
WILLIAM TERRY / TERREY 1842 - 1845
CHRISTOPHER THORNTON 1854
CHARLES KENT
cabinet maker
by 1855
Accused Wednesday 27th February 1864 of selling out of hours.
See opposite.
Fine of 10s and 11s costs on Wednesday 8th March 1865 for having his house open on the previous Sunday at illegal hours.
The plea that the persons drinking were lodgers was disregarded by the magistrates.
HENRY COOPER 15.02.1887
CLAUDE ORLANDO TODD 13.08.1889
REBECCA TODD 16.02.1892
CHARLES MALTHOUSE 09.05.1893
HENRY BRIGHTWELL 10.10.1893
SAMUEL BULLAMORE 20.11.1894
WALTER JOHN EASTOE 19.11.1895
BENJAMIN GILES BUGG 23.06.1896
GEORGE SANDELL 10.10.1900
DENNIS JONES
( S&P note - Conducted house badly )
10.05.1904
Convicted 16.04.1907 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine £1 plus 8/- costs or 7 days detention.
Convicted 08.09.1909 of permitting drunkenness.
Fine £5 plus 8/- costs or 21 days detention.
JOHN WILLIAM DOUGLAS
( S&P note - Could not make it pay )
30.11.1909
FRANCIS YOUNGS 13.02.1911
Convicted 06.11.1914 of opening out of hours.
Fine 15/- plus 6/- costs or 7 days detention.
HARRIETT ELIZABETH YOUNGS
( widow )
07.04.1917
FRANCIS YOUNGS 13.05.1919
Convicted 23.03.1938 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2.





Address as St. Pauls Church Street 1760/1807
As at Church Plain 1845.
At 21 Barrack Street by 1900.


In the Magistrates Court on Wednesday 27th February 1864, Sergeant Kirk stated that at twenty minutes to eleven on the morning of Sunday 31st January, he entered the house and found two persons smoking and drinking. Licensee Kent said that it was his housekeeper who had drawn the beer for two of his lodgers and he was not on the premises at the time.
In consideration of his previous eight years at the house without complaint, he was fined 1s and costs.

The licence was provisionally removed to Charles Kent in August 1886, to a house rebuilt partially on the original site, but also on adjoining land.

Licence provisionally refused 14.02.1939 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 23.12.1939.