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CASTLE HILL
St. JOHN TIMBERHILL FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1891
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 - 1894)
FREE TRADE Only supplied by Steward & Co during the years November 1839 to 1840 and again 1850 to 1851.
STEWARD & Co by 1867 (Leased ?)
Licensees :
MARK COE 1834- * 1850
GEORGE WARD 1854
JAMES LEGOOD
(Leegood)
1856
A FISK 1858
HENRY THURLOW 1859
G. J. THOMPSON
1864 according to White
1863 - 1864
Licence renewal disputed by magistrates Tuesday 25th August 1863 - see opposite.
THOMAS MAXWELL
According to licence transfer records.
(Previously given at Dolphin, including 1864, according to White)
to 03.1864
WILLIAM CROTCH 29.03.1864 - 1865
Mrs SUSANNAH KNIGHTS by 1867
ROBERT BAXTER 27.03.1877
Convicted 12.06.1877 of selling out of hours.
Fine £5 plus 18/6d costs.
ELIZA HOLBOURN 09.02.1878
WALTER HOWE 09.04.1878
Convicted 03.07.1878 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 10/- plus 18/6d costs or 14 days detention.
Convicted 20.02.1879 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £5 plus £1/13/6d costs or 1 months detention.
GEORGE STIMPSON KEWLEY 27.05.1879
BENJAMIN KING 17.02.1880
DAVID GENT 01.11.1881
JOHANNA THERESA RYAN 31.01.1882
Convicted 03.08.1882 of being open out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 8/- costs.
FREDERICK JOHN LACCOHEE 03.04.1883
JAMES HOSTLER 21.10.1885


At the Annual Licensing Session held in August 1863 the magistrates were not in the mind to renew the licence of Mr. Thompson since he had been convicted of assaulting a policeman and tearing his clothes. This had happened as the constable was removing Mr. Thompson from another licensed house. The owners of the house, Steward & Patteson said that he would be removed from the house and not be there after October 1863 and new tenant would be found. On that condition the magistrates renewed the licence.

Address also as 9 Cattlemarket Street and Castle Ditches.
At Castle Hill 1854, Castle Meadow 1859

Before the magistrates on Tuesday 26th April 1870, licensee Susanna Knights accused Agatha Hubbard of using abusive language against her on 23rd April.
Mr. Hubbard was in the house and the landlady was accused of keeping him there day and night and the statement was followed with a volley of abuse. Mr and Mrs Hubbard left the house together but directly afterwards he returned, soon followed by his wife. Another altercation ensued.  Mrs Hubbard had been called `Old Mother Hubbard' and advised to `stick to her stays'. Magistrate Blake said that Mr. Hubbard had no right to go to the house to make a disturbance and if her husband chose to have a glass of ale she had no right to follow him in that manner. Mrs. Hubbard was fined 10s and costs of 8s, which was paid.

6 day licence held 1873 to 1877

Licence dropped 1891 on grant of new licence to UNTHANK ARMS.

(Closed c1890)

Became Wicks Wire Works.
Demolished c1964