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48 CALVERT STREET
SNAILGATE
St GEORGE COLEGATE   CLOSED 08.02.1907
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/2 ( 1894 - 1925 )
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Finch & Steward as documents dated  1837 - 1851
Licensees :
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HENRY JEX
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
AUGUSTINE FORSTER
worsted weaver
1806 - 1807
Mrs THOMPSON 1810
WILLIAM THOMPSON 1822 - 1830
WILLIAM CAREY 1836 - 1839
THOMAS RISING BOOTH 1839 - 1846
THOMAS GOOCH
age 54 in 1851
1850 - 1856
SAMUEL CAMPLING 1858 - 1859
WILLIAM S. CASTLETON
& tailor
1861 - 1863
E. GIBSON 1864
WILLIAM WEAVERS by March 1866
Fine of 1s and costs 04.04.1866 - See opposite
MARY ANN WEAVERS 23.08.1881
JOSEPH STEPHEN BROWN 10.10.1881
PHILIP WARMINGER 31.10.1882
WILLIAM EDWARDS 09.08.1898
JOHN BROOME 18.06.1901
JAMES ARTHUR HORSTEAD 31.07.1901



Address as Snailgate Street 1810.

At the Guildhall on Wednesday 4th April 1866, William Weavers was charged with keeping his house open after eleven o'clock on the evening of Good Friday ( 30th March ). Police-constable Benjamin Rogers had found the house open at 11:10 and warned the landlord. At about 12:20 he returned to the house and found four persons in the house and glasses of ale and porter on the table.
Giving an excuse for the presence of the persons, Weavers was fined 1s and costs.

The police objected to licence renewal as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 10th February 1906.

Inspector Cooper said it was a very old house in a congested district. The house was difficult to supervise and was unsuitable for licensed premises. 9 other houses were within 200 yards.
The licence was provisionally refused and referred for Compensation on Wednesday 7th February 1906. The occupier ( Steward & Co ) made no objection.
Closed under Compensation 08.02.1907.










House No. 386 on 1845 Magistrates list