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12 St STEPHENS BACK STREET St STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED 31.12.1914
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 to 1925)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
HENRY S. HOGG
age 44 in 1851
1851 - 1854
WILLIAM DRANE 25.03.1855
EDWARD GREEN 25.12.1856
JOSHUA WOODHOUSE
(musician 1861)
25.12.1858
WILLIAM BLANCHFLOWER 29.09.1862
DANIEL VINCENT 19.05.1863
Licence refused Tuesday 27th August 1867
DANIEL VINCENT by 1868
SUSANNA VINCENT 11.05.1880
HENRY BRIGHTWELL 14.07.1883
CHARLES SCOTT 27.08.1884
STEPHEN HARRIS 06.01.1891
CHARLES HARRISON 21.06.1898
JOHN BAYFIELD ABBS
Went to the WELLINGTON.
27.12.1898
ALBERT RICHARD PRIOR 06.02.1900
Convicted 07.06.1900 of allowing gaming.
Fine 20/- plus 7/- costs or 7 days detention.
EDWARD ALLEN 10.10.1890
WILLIAM JAMES HOWES 07.02.1906


April 1861
Priscilla Jolly, St Stephens, was charged by Joshua Woodhouse, landlord of the Currier's Arms, St Stephens' Back Street, with stealing two blankets, the same number of sheets and pillow slips and seven books from furnished apartments which the prisoner rented from the prosecutor. The prisoner had been lodging at the Currier's Arms for some weeks past, and on Sunday afternoon, Mrs Woodhouse found that the articles were missing. Information was given to the police and soon after duplicates of the articles were found lying on the prisoner's dressing table. Most of the articles were discovered at Mr Knight's pawnbrokers where they had been pledged by the prisoner and were identified by Mrs Woodhouse. The prisoner preferred a summary conviction and pleaded guilty, and was committed for one month.

Licence given special consideration August 1867 owing to past improper conduct.

Full licence granted Tuesday 25th August 1868 to Daniel Vincent.

Licence provisionally refused 13.02.1914 and referred for compensation.
Closed under Compensation 31.12.1914

John Bayfield Abbs previously worked abroad as a labourer on the railway. It was doing that work that he lost an arm. With the £130 in savings and  compensation received, he took the CURRIERS ARMS. After two months he went to the WELLINGTON