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12 TOMBLAND St. GEORGE TOMBLAND   See DUKES TAVERN
YOUNGS & Co as given 1845
Licensees :
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ROBERT COWARD 1764
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Mr. WILSON ? 1803
WILLIAM RANDALL 1806
ROBERT COWARD 1807 - 1810
WILLIAM SPRINGALL 1822
THOMAS BOND 1830
WILLIAM JAMES 1836 - 1839
CHARLES THURLOW 1842
WILLIAM FIRTH 1845
HENRY MANN 1850
ROBERT MOORE 1854
(THOMAS BETTS - Fleece & Dukes Tavern) (1869)
   
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Baking Office and adjoining Public House, to be sold together or separate, February 1803.
All that good-accustomed & well-known Baking-office in the occupation of Mr. Wilson and that good-accustomed Public-house, called the FLEECE, adjoining thereto. The situation of these Estates for trade is equal to any in Norwich.
Advertised for sale again 16th June 1804


Found as the DUKES TAVERN from 1856.




House no. 299 on 1845 Magistrates list

See also GOLDEN FLEECE