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20 BETHEL STREET St PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1886
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 - 1894 )
JOHN EDWARD TAYLOR Left title, in will written 1844, to his wife Elizabeth, then son William. Will proved 5th June 1847.
ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE TAYLOR  
WILLIAM TAYLOR  
MORGANS  
Licensees :
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JOHN EDWARD TAYLOR 1839 - 1845
MARY TUTTON 1850
JAMES MURRELL 1854
MARY ANN LASKEY 1856
CHARLES MACKNEY ( Mackley ? ) 02. 1864
J. BATCHELDER 1865
GEORGE CARTER by 1867
WILLIAM SAUNDERS 30.09.1868
WALTER SAVAGE 01.10.1869
SARAH HUGGINS 02.10.1873
ROBERT MINISTER 28.12.1881
WILLIAM MANN 17.07.1882
WILLIAM DAY 31.07.1883
MATTHEW MEEK 03.10.1883

Also noted at 12 Bethel Street.


Offered for sale by auction Monday 2nd August 1841 as a Free Public House. Then in the occupation of Mr. Taylor.

The inquest into the death of Constable Callow, who had died of severe injuries received in the City Riots, was commenced here Friday 30th June 1848.
The adjourned session transferred to the Guildhall Council Chamber on the following Monday.
The riot was said to have started 16th June when police were asked to intervene at the workhouse where up to 40 inmates refused to go to their quarters unless they could be accompanied by their wives. Those arrested were escorted back to the jail where they had previously been imprisoned for the same offence. 40 police officers had attended the workhouse and the return party were met by an estimated crowd of some 2000 who pelted all with stones, one of which had caused the fatal blow.


3rd February 1864 - A charge was brought to court by Charles Mackney against William Clarke, labourer of Worlds End Lane who had entered the house on Saturday 30th January 1864 at eleven o'clock. Because he was intoxicated, he was refused service and asked to leave. In preparing to fight, Clarke put is elbow through a window.
Unable to remember anything, Clarke was fined 1s, the cost of the pane of glass with 8s 6d costs. In default he would receive 14 days detention.

Licence dropped 1886.

Demolished