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15 St. JOHN STREET
NEAR THE CHURCH
St. JOHN MADDERMARKET FULL LICENCE CLOSED 29.03.1965
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4  (1867 - 1965)
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward - as given c1851
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 1965
Licensees :
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Mr T HIRST 1782
WILLIAM WEBSTER 1783 - 1798
WILLIAM PITCHER 1806 - 1810
CHARLES GEE 1822 - 1824
WILLIAM HALFNIGHTS
Died 1834
1830
ANN HALLNIGHT 1836
WILLIAM PILCH
Went to WHITE LION by April 1843
1837 - 1842
EDWARD STUBBS
age 45 in 1851
& brazier
1845 - 1854
DANIEL SNELLING 1856
T CHUBBOCK
(given at RED LION)
1858
HENRY RICHES 1859
JOHN BOYCE
(also found as Bloyce)
by 1861
JOHN BUCK 10.06.1875
GEORGE ROBERT LAKE 10.10.1899
FREDERICK CHARLES TUCK 10.10.1905
HENRY SHORTEN 14.07.1914
HARRY HARRISON 22.06.1920
GEORGE FREDERICK HOBART 25.07.1933
DONALD WILLIAM FROST 11.07.1944
ROSE FROST 05.04.1951
ROSE BURNS by 1953
CECIL WILLIAM FRENCH 05.10.1954
ROBERT LEO WRIGHT 23.08.1955
FRANCIS HARRY HUGHES 18.11.1958
EDWARD PETER BRILL 22.11.1960
JOHN LENIHAN 30.04.1963
ERNEST FREDERICK NORMAN LUNN 27.04.1965



23rd March 1782
T. Hirst begs Leave to inform his Friends, and Public in general, that he has just returned from London with a variety of linen drapery goods; which he has opened for Sale at his New Linen Warehouse, the sign of the Golden Lion.........

Charles Gee was victim of giving Horatio Miles £4 in copper coin under false pretences, May 1824. For this crime and a similar one, Miles was sentenced to 7 year's transportation on 16th June 1824.

In 1830 `The COACH', run by William Tuck left every Monday & Wednesday at 2:45pm for Aylsham and Holt. The same journey was undertaken on a Saturday at 3:45pm.

William Pilch announced 1st July 1837 that he had taken the Inn.

Address as Near the Church 1845.

To let, with possession from Michaelmas 1856.
Described as old-established and well-accustomed Carriers House, with large Stabling and every requisite for carrying on a large business - Apply Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co.

6 Maddermarket in 1873.

Damaged by enemy action 02.08.1942

85 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Closed Monday 29.03.1965 as letter dated 31.03.1965 from S&P to the licensing authorities.

 

 

House no. 265 on 1845 Magistrates list