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CELLAR HOUSE NORWICH C index
Cellar House index
249 KING STREET St. PETER SOUTHGATE FULL LICENCE CLOSED
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4  (1867 - 1965)
SMITH RICHES pre 1867
FREDERICK BROWNE & SON of King Street - by 1867 (Agent for Barclay Perkins stout)
YOUNGS & Co undated. (By 1897)
BULLARDS 1958
Licensees :
HENRY SMITH RICHES
(Henry Smith Richards- Brewer, King Street Gates, 1830 :
Malster, 1839 : Merchant 1845 : Coal & Corn Merchant 1846)
* 1830 - * 1846
MARY ANN RICHES - beer retailer
(Robert Smith Riches - Maltster)
see below
* 1850
JAMES CUBITT
age 40 in 1851
& shopkeeper
(died Q3 1865)
1851 - 1865
RUPERT BUTOLPH by 1867
JOHN CLARKE
age 25 in 1871
(died Q2 1909)
07.04.1868
Convicted 07.03.1898 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 10/- plus 8/- costs or 7 days detention.
Convicted 27.11.1901 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine £2 plus 7/- costs or 14 days detention.
CHARLES CLARKE 15.06.1909
GEORGE ARTHUR FIELD 12.10.1909
THOMAS WILLIAM NOBBS 30.11.1909
ERNEST ALFRED KEWLEY 23.07.1935


In the first quarter of 1850, both Hannah Riches and Mary Riches died.
In Q2 of the same year, Charlotte Riches died, followed by
Elizabeth Riches in Q3 and in Q4 two Riches by the name of Henry
and a John Riches.

The Norwich registers also record that members of the Riches family passed away :-
Henry Riches in 1841 (Corn & Coal Merchant 1802 - 1823) plus,
7 in 1848
5 in 1849
3 in 1851
1 in 1852
6 in 1854
6 in 1855
& 5 in 1856.
(a total of at least 41 over a 15 year period)

House named as the CELLAR HOUSE, Ale Store, St. Peter Southgate in Youngs & Co. documents dated 27th November 1897.

House demolished 1935 to allow road widening.

Rebuilt as the KINGSWAY