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60 MAGDALEN STREET
STUMP CROSS
St. SAVIOUR   CLOSED c1931
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
St. MARTINS BREWERY Leasehold property advertised for sale 11th October 1794.
STEWARD & PATTESON Owned by George Morse as recorded in documents dated 1837 to 1851
Licensees :
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Mr. J. JARY 1708 - 1710
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THOMAS HALL
Went to POPE'S HEAD
to 10.1725
Mrs SADLER undated
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NICHOLAS HUBBARD
See below
here 04.1779 - 1791
ROBERT BROWNE by March 1791 - 1792
CHARLES BROWN 1802
Mrs STORY 1810
W. BECKHAM 1822
WILLIAM BACON 1824 - 1830
CLARKE MILLER 1836
JAMES NATT
according to Pigot
1839
JAMES WATT
according to Robson
1839
WILLIAM EASTON
(& haydealer 1851)
Age 19 in 1851 - presumably recently taking over from his father, also William Easton?
1842 - 1854
HAYLETT EASTON by 1856
SAMUEL SPINKS 29.09.1883
GEORGE ATTOE 10.10.1894
ERNEST WILLIAM COOKE 04.01.1927
Convicted 19.07.1927 of Selling out of hours.
Fine £3 or 21 days detention.
Convicted 31.10.1928 of Permitting drunkenness.
Fine £1 or 13 days detention
Convicted 05.03.1930 of Selling out of hours.
Fine £10 or 2 months detention.
ALFRED ERNEST PAGE 24.06.1930


Nicholas Hubbard died Good Friday 1792, aged 88.
Father of twenty-six children, thirteen from each of his two marriages.
He had been blind for fourteen years, but sight had returned in the last eight months of his life.
The Norfolk Chronicle described him as an affectionate husband, a tender and indulgent parent, a steady friend and a cheerful companion.
News of his demise was reported as far away as in the Caledonian Mercury.
His daughter Miss Sarah Hubbard, married plumber and glazier, Harrison Chettleborough during the week ending 11th May 1895.

c1900

Mr. Sadler offered a reward, 15th August 1708 for information on a black mare, missing from his Stalham grounds. Contact to be made of Mr. Sadler, or to Mr. J. Jary at the Elephant, Magdalen Street.
< Mrs. Sadler, mentioned below, would have been about 17 years old at that time>


Offered To Let 15th July 1710 with possession at Michaelmas.
Address as 101 Magdalen Street in 1783
102 Magdalen Street in 1802.

26th November 1710 - Mr. T. Taylor of Westwick lost 1 Sow and 7 Shoats, 2 black spotted. A reward would be given, to whoever gave notice of them, to Mr. Taylor or to Mr. Jary at the Elephant.

The house was engaged for Freeholders, the Friends of Sir Edward Astley, Bart. and Thomas William Coke, Esq. on Wednesday 14th April 1784, being the Day of Election. (One of 53 such houses in Norwich)


Mrs. Sadler, who for many years kept the Elephant, died on Thursday 24th February 1791. She was nearly 100 years old.

Robert Brown announced 30th March 1791 that he had removed from the WHITE LION to the Elephant.

The creditors of Robert Browne, late of the Elephant, were asked to call into the offices of Messrs. Suffield's Counting Room to register for any benefit, in a notice dated 3rd April 1792.

Provisional order for removal of licence to the LARKMAN
(Also with the licence of the KINGS HEAD) issued 11.03.1930.
Removal declared final 05.01.1932.

Property sold by Steward & Patteson in 1932.

Premises used as a tobacconists by 1937.

Demolished c1970 in the name of progress.
Site of the inner ring road `flyover'.

 

 

 

House no. 429 on 1845 Magistrates list

 

 

See page 51 of `Norwich in Old Postcards - Vol 3'
first published 1990.