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21 BISHOP BRIDGE ROAD
THORPE ROAD
THORPE HAMLET FULL LICENCE CLOSED 28.04.1967
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
WESTON St. Georges Brewery - Sold to Youngs & Co at auction Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS & Co  
BULLARDS from 1958
Licensees :
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THOMAS STAMFORD 1810
C. JOHNSON 1822
JAMES WALLER 1830
J. GARROD 1836
JOHN COLDHAM
age 37 in 1851
1839 - 1856
D STORRER 1858
C HOWARD 1859
JAMES DOWNES * 1861
JAMES PINNOCK 1862 - 1865
Tuesday 9th September 1862 - Fine of 1s and 11s costs for selling out of hours. See opposite.
Old licence set aside owing to previously being fined for offences against the tenor of licence - Renewal considered Tuesday 25th August 1863.
JOHN LANE COLLINS by 1867
DOWNING THIRKETTLE 02.10.1867
ROBERT BROWNE 01.07.1870
Accused 09.07.1871 of being open out of hours.
JAMES JOHNSON 06.01.1874
ROBERT HALL JEFFRIES 29.03.1876
LEANDER AUSTEAD BROWNE 08.03.1878
CHARLES WATKINS 10.10.1878
PHILIP KETT 24.06.1879
CHARLES PICKET 18.11.1879
ROBERT SMITH 30.03.1880
Convicted 20.07.1882 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Penalty not recorded.
THOMAS GRAY READ 23.03.1886
FRANCIS ALBERT LLOYD 07.05.1889
JOSEPH ELGOOD 13.08.1889
JOB KIBBLEWHITE 27.06.1893
ALICE JULIA KIBBLEWHITE 01.01.1895
HARRISON MASON 14.05.1895
ANDREW TODD 09.02.1897
FREDERICK GEORGE HOWELL 28.12.1897
FRANK HAWES GOLDING 25.08.1908
EDWAIN PAYNE 12.10.1909
ROBERT GEORGE RAMM 11.10.1910
WILLIAM HENRY PAUL 20.08.1912
FRANK GOODALL 13.01.1914
DAISY GOODALL 11.02.1915
ARTHUR NOBBS 08.06.1915
BERTIE BLOGG 01.01.1929
ROBERT JOHN WALLER 03.09.1935
WALTER DUFFIELD 05.10.1943
HILDA MAY DUFFIELD 07.10.1947
HILDA MAY HARVEY by 1950
GRACE EDITH GREGG 16.07.1957
WILLIAM GEORGE PEARSON 11.03.1958




Some times listed as being at Thorpe Road.

Address as Spittlefields in 1854.
Chalk Hill Road 1867.
At Mousehold 1879.

Before the Magistrates Tuesday 9th September 1862  it was related that on Sunday 7th September 1862 Sergeant Bedford heard talking in the house at about quarter to five in the morning. Upon entering he found four men drinking. On the previous Saturday he had cautioned Mr. Pinnock for a similar offence.
The Sergeant then received admonishment from the Magistrates for not reporting the earlier offence with the Mayor saying that such cases of drinking out of hours, were being let off far too leniently.
A fine of 1s and 11s costs was fixed, the Mayor saying that the fine was only so low out of consideration of the large costs. Mr. Pinnock would be dealt with more severely if he ever appeared before them again.

 

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

Closed 28.04.1967 as recorded in Bullards documents.

Demolished and site redeveloped for housing.






House No. 544 on 1845 Magistrates list