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Golden Fleece
FISHERGATE St. EDMUND BEERHOUSE CLOSED by 1867
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 - 1894 )
CRAWSHAY as given 1845
YOUNGS & Co as given 1867
Licensees :
ROBERT SMITH
age 35 in 1841
1839 - 1841
JAMES THOULESS 1842
JOHN CORNISH 1845
WALTER BLAZEY
age 56 in 1851
* 1850 - 1856
HENRY BUSH 1858
Fine of 10/- for allowing gambling ( Pre August 1859 )
JOHN BUSH 1859
Fine of 10/- and 11/6d costs on Wednesday 16th March 1859 for knowingly suffering gambling.
The defence that the persons were playing cards for fun and the money on the table was change from payment of lodgings, did not win the day.
JONATHAN COPLEY 30.08.1859
ROBERT RAMM * 1861
ROBERT VINCENT 1863
JOHN WARD 1865
Accused 25th December 1865 of being open out of hours.

Also given as the FLEECE.

Fleece Yard was located between 65 and 67 Fishergate.

At the licensing sessions held Monday 23rd August 1858 it was heard the licensee Henry Bush had once been fined for permitting card playing, but otherwise (his) character was good. Licence renewal granted.

Henry Bush did not apply for licence renewal on Tuesday 30th August 1859 owing to a 10s fine he had received for allowing gambling ( 2nd offence? ).
The licence was transferred to Jonathan Copely, late landlord of the GARDENERS ARMS, Pockthorpe.

Licence lost 1867.

Described 17th March 1888 as a cottage, formerly the Golden Fleece, the property of Charles Crawshay.

 

House no. 419 on 1845 Magistrates list