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88 BER STREET St. JOHN SEPULCHRE FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1931
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 (1894 - 1965)
CRAWSHAY as recorded 1845
YOUNGS & Co. The property of Charles Crawshay as recorded 17th March 1888
Licensees :
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THOMAS MOORE 1806
CHARLES WILKINS 1806
T. CLARK 1822
SAMUEL GRAVER 1830
JAMES FURNISH 1836 - 1839
JAMES ALLEN 1842 - *1846
JOHN BAXTER
Listed 1851 as age 38, a butcher at Ber Street
Given 1856 by Craven
(also given 1858)
*1850 - 1856
ELIZABETH LEGOOD
(given by Melville 1856 & Rogers 1859)
by 1856
WILLIAM DENT by 1865
Proceedings were taken 01.07.1866 against licensee William Dent for being open out of hours.
ROBERT JOHN MOORE 18.09.1868
THOMAS FISHER 03.11.1868
THOMAS EDWARD THORPE 04.04.1871
Summoned Wednesday 7th August 1872 for having a dangerous dog - see opposite.
JANE HARRIS 25.06.1878
WILLIAM THOMAS WILKIN 24.06.1879
CUBITT SEELEY POSTLE 14.02.1893
WALTER STANGROOM 18.08.1893
Convicted 17.07.1894 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2 plus 8/- costs or 14 days detention.
WILLIAM ARTHUR GREEN 10.10.1894
JOHN SHRED 07.05.1912


Stood next to the GEORGE IV.

Advertised To Let June 1868.
With excellent Slaughter House.
Enquire of Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs, Crown Brewery, King Street, Norwich.

On Wednesday 7th August 1872, Thomas Thorpe was summoned for allowing a ferocious unmuzzled dog to be at large. on the previous Saturday the animal had seized P.C. Page on the leg and another person claimed that he had also been bitten and so confined to bed for a week as a consequence. The case was adjourned until the following Monday, when, if the dog had been destroyed, the Bench would determine the case.

An application was made Saturday 22nd August 1891, by William Wilkin, for a music and singing licence in order to protect the landlord when music or singing took place in the bar. Granted

Order for provisional removal of licence granted 12.02.1929.

Order declared final 10.03.1931 and the sign transferred to the TUCKSWOOD.