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CINDER OVENS NORWICH C index
257 KING STREET GATES St. PETER SOUTHGATE FULL LICENCE -
BEERHOUSE after 1867
CLOSED c1893
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 to 1894)
YOUNGS & Co  
Licensees :
......... RICHES 1810
JAMES RICHES 1822 - 1823
SAMUEL SAVORY 1830
JAMES LINSTEAD 1836 - 1839
GEORGE HOWARD
age 25 in 1841
1839 - 1842
ROBERT GOULDER according to White 1845
HARMAN DUNHAM junior
age 31 in 1851
(died Q2 1855)
1845 - 1854
MARGARET DUNHAM
(age 38 in 1851)
1856
EDWARD HARRISON SANDELL
See opposite
1858 - 1860
HENRY WILLIAMS
(as Willows 1864)
age 34 in 1861
1861 - 1864
PHILIP HEAD 1865
ROBERT HIPPERSON
age 43 in 1871
age 51 in 1881
died Q2 1886
by 1868
ISABELLA HIPPERSON
age 58 in 1891
04.05.1886


Coke making ovens were built into the City Walls, situated behind the house.

It was reported that Edward SEWELL, landlord of the Cinder Ovens, had been charged on Tuesday 9th August 1859 of having been discovered selling beer out of hours on the previous Sunday.
The case was adjourned in order that witnesses could be produced for the defence.

Edward Harrison Sandall was arrested 24th January 1861 with debts of £218 15s 11d and credits of £38 9s 6d. Bail was admitted at the end of February, with protection, until the March Court.

Philip Head, bankrupt, applied for an order of discharge Saturday 25th January 1866. Described as coal merchant and publican, his debts were £338 8s 2d and assets £88 5s 10d.

Full licence dropped 1867, carried on as a beerhouse to 1893.
(Although in 1874 the licence of the SHIP was removed to these premises).

Property purchased from the City Of Norwich (Corporation) by J. J. Colman (as in mustard) 1894.
Recorded as unoccupied in 1896.

A piece of land plus part of the City Wall were conveyed back to the Norwich City Council in 1898.

House No. 4 on 1845 Magistrates list