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MUSPOLE STREET St. GEORGE of COLEGATE - CLOSED 1882
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1   ( 1867 to 1894 )
STEWARD & Co to 1882. Freehold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward.
Licensees :
WILLIAM BUXTON
worsted weaver
1760 - 1762
CHRISTMAS COCKODYE
worsted weaver
1763 - 1764
AUGUSTINE FORSTER
worsted weaver
1806 - 1810
S. WILD 1822
JOHN ROSE 1830
JOHN NOCKOLDS 1836
ROBERT ROLL
age 58 in 1851
1839 - 1858
SUSANNAH ROLL
( Only listed as shopkeeper, Muspole Street in 1865 )
1859 - 1864
ALFRED BECKETT
( At Beerhouse in New Catton in 1865 )
1866
DONALD STEWARD by 1867
WILLIAM MOYES 30.06.1868
ROBERT BROWNE 23.02.1869
GEORGE SMITH 19.07.1870
ALFRED GRAY 14.10.1870
EDWARD JAMES METCALF 21.11.1871
ROBERT COLLETT 15.08.1872
JAMES WILKINS 10.10.1874
CHARLOTTE WILKINS 17.02.1880
ABEL ARMES 31.01.1882

 


Location 1822 as Southgate, St. Georges,
given 1845 as near Alms Lane.

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Alfred Hook, alias Pudding Hook, a shoemaker of Distillery Yard was accused of stealing two candlesticks from publican Alfred Beckett.
In court Monday 23rd April 1866 it was heard that Hook had entered the Dove on the Saturday of the previous week. The items were missing upon his departure and he sold two candlesticks that same evening, in another public-house for 9d.
Although Mr and Mrs. Beckett could state that the candlesticks, provided as evidence, were exactly the same as those missing, since there were no marks, they could not swear ownership.
 Hook was acquitted and hurriedly left the court, apparently much gratified.

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Licence dropped 1882.
( Transferred to the DENMARK ARMS )


House No. 394 on 1845 Magistrates list