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Earl of Leicester
BRAZEN DOORS ROAD
QUEENS ROAD
St JOHN SEPULCHRE - CLOSED 1879
 NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 to 1894 )
FREE TRADE Supplied by Steward & Patteson as a freehouse - Only during the years 1838 to 1840
SEAMAN & Co   
YOUNGS & Co 1872
Licensees :
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MARY HARMER 1842
THOMAS WILLIAM GIRLING 1845
THOMAS W. GENT ( 38 )
& brewers clerk
1851
ROBERT GARNER 1854
JAMES BUNTING 1856
CHARLES EDWARDS 1859
MICHAEL MACE HOWARD
& carpenter
1861
WILLIAM MACE HOWARD 1863 - 1864
JOHN LAWS 1865
JEREMIAH WOODGATE by 1867
WILLIAM HOWES EKE 05.11.1867
to closure


Location given as St. Catherines Plain in 1856.
Brick Kiln Road 1863.
At Queens Road 1872 & 1877

The inquest into the death of carpenter John Bantock was held here Monday 27th September 1863. Verdict `Died by natural causes, brought on by excessive drink.'

According to the Norfolk Chronicle of 4th May 1867, the charges against Samuel Woodgate, of having his house open for the sale of beer at 11 a.m. on Sunday 21st April, were dismissed at the Petty Sessions of 26th April 1867.

Licence dropped 1879

House no. 48 on 1845 Magistrates list