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48 BRIDGE STREET St. GEORGE COLEGATE FULL LICENCE CLOSED
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4  (1867 - 1965)
WESTONS Part of the estate of the St. Georges Brewery sold to Youngs & Co at auction Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS & Co (Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs)
Licensees :
THOMAS LINDSEY
worsted weaver
1760 - 1761
MARY LINDSEY
widow
1762
JAMES DOWNS
flaxdresser
1763
JOHN BANTON 1802 - 1807
THOMAS BORKHAM
(Crown & Sceptre)
1810
A. GRAVER 1811 - 1822
ROBERT BIRCH
Died Saturday 12th February 1831
1830 - 1831
ANN BIRCH
(Mary Ann Birch according to Magistrates 1845)
(Died 22nd June 1852 - age 79)
1831 - 1846
JEREMIAH MIDDLETON
age 55 in 1851
1850 - 1864
R. ATTOE 1865
RICHARD QUANTRIL by 1867
DAVID GENT 03.10.1867
MARY ANN GENT 05.05.1870
Accused 18.09.1870 of being open out of hours.
CHARLES HARVEY 14.09.1871
SAMUEL HENRY RUSSELL 09.08.1872
WILLIAM MANN 15.01.1878
CHARLES HOWES 22.11.1878
Convicted 19.02.1879 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £10- plus £1/3/6d costs or 1 months detention.
JOHN HUDSON 24.06.1879
JOHN DAYNES 28.09.1880
ELEANOR BRADFORD 01.08.1882
FREDERICK WILLIAM ADAMSON 30.12.1884
EDWARD SELF 24.06.1885
JOSEPH BRUNNING 23.11.1886
EDWARD SMITH 08.05.1888
ELIZA ELIZABETH SMITH 23.06.1896
ROBERT SKEDGE 10.10.1898
ROBERT GEORGE  LAKE 06.02.1907
JOHN HENRY PAUL 14.06.1910
JAMES WALLER 18.07.1911
Convicted 18.05.1916 of allowing a child to be in the bar before closing.
Fine 1/- or 7 days detention.
HORACE ROBERT STEWARD 07.04.1917
Convicted 23.07.1917 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 10/- or 7days detention.
Convicted 16.07.1921 of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 or 13 days detention.
ALBERT EDWARD THROWER 29.11.1921


Same as CROWN & SCEPTRE, Colegate Street as given 1810?

Address also found as 29 St. Georges Street

Given as the OLD CROWN in 1868.

The furniture of the late John Daynes were offered for Sale by Auction, on the Premises, on Friday 7th July 1882.
Mahogany Dining and Pembroke Tables, 19 Windsor Chairs, Mahogany Couch covered in Hair Cloth, Timepieces, Pictures, 5 Feather Beds to be included in the sale. Also a Capital Spring Luggage Cart and other Effects.

Licence provisionally removed 08.02.1927.
order declared final 07.02.1928
Sign changed to the BOUNDARY.


Image provided by Philip Standley - many thanks
James Waller
Died 24th January 1929 age 74

 

House no. 385 on 1845 Magistrates list