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Anchor
94/100 CALVERT STREET
St. GEORGES MIDDLE STREET
St. AUGUSTINE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 19.12.1936
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 to 1953)
WILLIAM BIRCHAM  Conveyed to Charles Tompson 26 September 1822
TOMPSON to Morgans 25th March 1845
MORGANS    
Licensees :
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BENJAMIN GEE 1805 - 1811
JOHN HOUSHAM / HOWSHAM
Went to KINGS HEAD.
10.1811 - 02.1813
BENJAMIN GEE 1822
JAMES HADMAN 1822
JOHN GIBSON 1830
WILLIAM BROWNE 1836
SIMON MILLS
age 56 in 1851
1839 - 1851
PETER RYAN 1854
MARY RYAN 1856
ELIZABETH BUTCHER
(As given April 1857)
1857
ROBERT BUTCHER 1858 - 1859
SAMUEL NOCKALLS
Age 32
1861
RICHARD QUANTRELL 1864 - 1865
WILLIAM HANNAH by 1867
CHARLES BOUGHEY 06.04.1869
JAMES WARNES 05.02.1872
Convicted 21,.11.1873 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 9/- costs or 14 days detention.
WILLIAM CLAYTON junior 02.06.1882
FREDERICK HENRY CLAYTON 24.08.1900
JOHN WILLIAM KIDDELL 18.12.1900
WILLIAM EDWARD FREEMAN 22.11.1932
GEORGE CHARLES BUSH 02.01.1934
WALTER LOWTHORPE 31.12.1935


The ANCHOR when offered For Sale by Auction, June 1814, unless sooner sold by Private Contract.
Described as newly-built and including the adjoining Dwelling House and nine stalled Stable, if required.


Address also found as 105 or 108 Middle Street and
in 1900 & 1908 as 119 Middle Street.

At 119 or 123 St Georges at various times from 1801 to 1937

Mr. Richard Hill married Miss Anna Gee, niece of Benjamin Gee, of the Crown & Anchor, on Monday 14th October 1805.

One of 36 Norwich houses opened for the reception of Voters in the interest of Mr. Windham and Mr. Coke on election day, Thursday 13th November 1806.

John Housham announced 26th October 1811 that he had taken the Inn, late in the occupation of Benjamin Gee.
He intended to provide a Good Ordinary every Saturday at Half-past Two o'clock.

On Tuesday 13th April 1813, the Household Furniture, consisting of beds, bedding and hangings, mahogany chairs, bureau, set of mahogany dining tables with elliptic ends, a four motion beer machine, in mahogany case and other articles were to be sold by Auction, since Mr. Howsham was removing to the KINGS HEAD. Magdalen Street.

Advertised 18th May 1822 To Let immediately, or at Michaelmas.
With excellent cellars and a large stable.
Late in occupation of Mr. Benjamin Gee.

At Quakers Lane or Jenkins Lane 1822 & 1845.

At Guildengate 1856.

Site as adjoining Crown & Anchor Yard, on the corner of Botolph Street, in 1883.

As Calvert Street by 1896.

Given as the ANCHOR 1806-1807

Earliest entry in the Licence register as the CROWN & ANGEL.
The CROWN & ANCHOR by 1893

Licence provisionally refused 11.02.1936 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 19.12.1936.

House No. 375 on 1845 Magistrates list