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5 St. GREGORYS ALLEY
UPPER WESTWICK STREET
St GREGORY FULL LICENCE CLOSED 23.08.1907
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/3 (1867 to 1953)
FREE TRADE Supplied by Steward & Co from November 1840 to 1843 and again from November 1845
SEAMAN & Co by 1867
GRIMMER & Co 1873
BULLARDS c1889
Licensees :
   
HENRY MASON 1842
EDWARD SMITH 1845 - 1846
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THOMAS KENT 1854
Mrs SUSANNAH MINNS 29.09.1855
ROBERT TILLYARD ROWE 27.12.1881
WILLIAM TURNER 20.06.1882
FREDERICK HENRY KNIGHTS 10.10.1892
FRANK BALL 16.11.1897
STEPHEN HARRIS 20.03.1900
NORMAN GEORGE SNELLING 09.02.1905
SAMUEL WILLIAM MIDDLETON 29.08.1905


Also found as the EAGLE and as the SPREAD EAGLE.

Stood almost opposite the West end of St. Gregorys Church.

At the 1906 Licensing Sessions the bench heard that the house consisted of one room for public accommodation, but that the licensee occasionally allowed customers to use his living room.
The police said that the house was small and inconvenient, with the backyard and sanitary accommodation being shared with an adjoining house. There were 23 other licensed houses within 200 yards.
The licence was provisionally refused 07.02.1906 and referred to Compensation. House closed under Compensation 23.08.1907.