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St. ANDREW FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1894
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1  ( 1867 - 1894 )
TOMPSON Conveyed to Morgans 25.03.1845
MORGANS   
Licensees :
   
Mr GIRLING
( died Thursday 21st September 1780 )
to 1780
-  
THOMAS RICHES 1806 - 1839
JOHN SUFFOLK
age 40 in 1841
1841 - 1842
WILLIAM PRESS 1845 - 1850
CARDINAL WOLSEY * 1851
JOSEPH MARSHALL 1853 - 1854
JAMES BALLS 1856 - 1859
THOMAS TITUS ROBINSON
& slater
by 1861
WILLIAM GOODSON 26.10.1869
GEORGE FISK 28.09.1870
ROBERT ARMES 08.04.1873
EDWARD BOSWELL 20.01.1888
WILLIAM CHAPMAN GREATWOOD 26.04.1888
JAMES MURRELL 13.08.1889


The Host, Mr. Marshall, provided an excellent dinner for the Glory of Norwich Lodge of the Odd Fellows who were celebrating their fifth anniversary. The event took place during the week of 17th April 1853 and was enlivened with cheerful songs, aided by an excellent band and the party did not break up till an advanced hour.

Frederick Thrower, a dealer from Salhouse, met prostitute Caroline Fenn and her companion Robert Folk at the GREEN DRAGON on 7th May 1870. He accompanied the woman home and put his purse under the pillow. When he awoke he found the woman and purse gone.
Returning to the public house he found the pair together and upon asking for the return of his purse and contents, Folk said that if anything more was said to his wife, he would break Thrower's snout. It was revealed that Thrower was a married man and had visited no less than forty public houses on the 7th May before finding Fenn. He had frequented her home many times before.
Fenn received six month's imprisonment and Folk twelve month's with hard labour.

Licence not renewed 1894, given up on grant of new licence to the MUSEUM CAFE.