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HEIGHAM STREET HEIGHAM   CLOSED
YOUNGS & BURT
Licensees :
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JOHN LAKE
age 45 in 1841
* 1839 - 1846
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A beerhouse, un-named with address given in 1839 by Robson as at Wensum Street, Heigham.
Given by Pigot in 1839 as at Bridge Street.

 Lot No. 8 in a Sale by Auction of properties, mostly land in St. Augustines, a Tenement at St. Martin at Oak and this house in Heigham.

Sale held Friday 6th August 1841. Said to be a substantial Dwelling-house, in the parish of Heigham, called or known by the name of the FALLGATE, next the Street, used as a Beerhouse, with extensive trade, in occupation of John Lake, as undertenant of Messrs. Youngs & Burt.
 Freehold.

 Only identified 1840 - 1846

( Heigham Folgate in 1846 )