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69 St. STEPHENS STREET St. STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED 06.07.1948
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
STEWARD & Co  
STEWARD & PATTESON   
Licensees :
ADAM ROWE
labourer
1760 - 1764
MATTHEW RACKHAM 1802 - 1810
R. REYNOLDS 1822
JOSEPH CASTON 1830 - 1839
ROBERT WATSON 1842
WILLIAM HART
according to White
1845
DANIEL THURSTON
age 50 in 1851
( 1845 according to Magistrates )
Died Q4 1862
1845 - 1862
Mrs. LOUIISA THURSTON 1862 - 1864
WILLIAM BANHAM by July 1864 - 1866
Fined 5s and costs on Saturday 18th August 1866.
See opposite.
GEORGE DRAKE by 1867
WILLIAM RIDLEY 09.10.1867
EDWARD LAKE 26.06.1868
CHARLES CARVER COOPER 06.04.1869
GEORGE CALLARD 29.09.1882
HENRY WYATT 25.03.1884
SAMUEL MILLS HILLING 28.06.1887
MARTHA HILLING 13.06.1911
SAMUEL FRANCIS HILLING 22.08.1911
JOHN CHATTEN 05.04.1913
Convicted 08.02.1918 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 40/- or 13 days detention.
HANNAH CHATTEN 27.07.1920
FREDERICK CYRIL HEWITT 22.11.1927
The Bull by George Plunkett - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002 - shown by permission
14.06.1936
Image by George Plunkett - shown by permission - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002

One of 40 houses named as being engaged for the Reception of Freeholders for Sir John Woodhouse and Sir Edward Astley's Friends on the Day of Election, Wednesday 14th April 1784.

43 St. Stephens Street in 1802.

25th July 1864 - William Chapman of Duck Lane was charged of breaking a square of glass in the house of William Banham, the BULL. He was fined 1s with costs of 10s and 5s damages, or in default fourteen days hard labour.

17th September 1864 - Louisa Thurston thanked her numerous Friends and the Public generally for the kind support she and her late husband had enjoyed for the past twenty years. In retiring she had disposed of her business in favour of Mr. William Banham.
Mr. Banham assured his future customers that he would pay strict attention to merit their continued patronage and support.

William Banham was licensee by Saturday 21st January 1865 when Private James Calvar of the Coldstrean Guards got into a fight with another customer, was put out of the house and then broke a window. In the course of events he assaulted the landlord.  On Monday 23rd January the soldier was fined 1s plus 6s for the damages and costs of 7s 6d, all of which he paid.

On Thursday 16th November 1865 William Banham was accused of an assault on labourer John Pull of Upper Heigham. The case was dismissed.

The Inspector of Weights and Measures summoned William Banham on Saturday 18th August 1866 for having in his possession two half-pint and three quart pewter pots of deficient measure. Admitting the offences he was fined 5s as well as costs.

Licence provisionally surrendered 10.02.1948 on removal of the licence of the FREE TRADE to the MARLPIT.

Order made final 06.07.1948.
Licence given up 19.07.1948.

Demolished in the cause of road widening.

 

See page 38 of `Norwich In Old Postcards - Vol 1' published 1988