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St JOHN TIMBERHILL - CLOSED November 1891
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 to 1894 )
CANN & CLARKE Wymondham Brewery.
Licensees :
EDWARD PAINTER 1836
JAMES GIDNEY
( 1845 according to White )
1839 - 1845
CAROLINE GIDNEY
( Cara Gidney 1845 according to magistrates )
1845 - 1851
RICHARD ENGLISH 1854 - 1856
Miss HELEN SMITH 1858
BENJAMIN SMITH 1859
HENRY CRICKMORE by 1861
FREDERICK EDWARD WHITE 11.10.1869
ELVIN STEBBINGS 28.10.1871
ROBERT POWLEY 13.01.1874
JOHN BUTCHER 13.10.1874
WILLIAM ELDEN 10.10.1877
CHARLES MILLER 28.03.1878
ALBERT ALEXANDER CHILVERS 24.10.1878
FREDERICK LITTLEPROUD 18.11.1879
THOMAS MAGGS 28.09.1882
ARTHUR GREEN 29.03.1889
GEORGE WEBSTER ANDERSON 13.08.1889
Convicted 12.11.1891 of allowing the premises to be used as a brothel.
Fine £20 plus costs. Licence forfeited under section 15 of the 1872 Licensing Act.



Previously the HALF MOON

Offered To Let January 1871 - Apply Messrs. Cann & Clarke, Wymondham.

Proprietor Robert Powley advertised 28th March 1874 that he provided Chops and Steaks at any hour and an Ordinary at Two every Saturday. He had Good Stabling and Well-aired Beds.

 

Licence lost November 1891 following conviction for allowing premises to be used as a brothel.