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57 KING STREET St. PETER PERMOUNTERGATE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 31.12.1928
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 - 1953)
HENRY DYE as given 1867
ELIZABETH DYE undated (c1873)
MORGANS after 1926
Licensees :
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HENRY LOADES
& grocer
age 36 in 1851
(1846 - Shopkeeper, no mention of beer)
*1850 - 1851
HENRY DYE
Given at White Horse, King Street in 1858
and at White Rose in 1863  - All same house ?
Engine Smith age 38 in 1861
by *1859
BENJAMIN RUSHBROOK *1864
HENRY DYE
Blacksmith in 1871, age 50?
died Q3  1873
by 1865
ELIZABETH DYE
age 52 in 1881
age 56 in 1891
10.10.1873
NEWTON WORTLEY
according to licence register
Wortley Newton according to 1896 directory
27.06.1893
HARRY CROWE
age 35 in 1901
17.11.1896
CHARLES FREDERICK MARRIS
age 27 in 1911
16.01.1906
to closure


Stood on the East side of the street, a few yards south of Rose Lane.

Frederick Marris also hired out carts - for use by market traders.

At the 1908 Licensing Sessions, the Bench was advised by Inspector Windsor, that the tenant was a broker by trade and left his wife in charge during the daytime. There had been no complaint about the house but it was inconvenient and there were 16 other houses within 200 yards. In support of renewal it was said that the owner of the house was a lady in poor circumstances and she was desirous that the licence could be continued. The trade was good and had a big resident and floating population.
The licence was renewed.

Licence provisionally refused 07.02.1928 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 31.12.1928

Became a butchers shop c1930.

(Bessie Trott is given as a fishmonger at 57 King Street in 1931 and George Frederick Hall is a horse meat trader at the same address in 1933.)