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DEREHAM ROAD HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1900
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 (1867 - 1894)
WESTON Part of the estate of St Georges Brewery sold to Youngs & Co Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS & Co Offered for sale as advertised in the Norfolk Chronicle of 3rd September 1864
BULLARD & Co by 1867
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BALLS 1823
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WILLIAM PRETTY
age 51 in 1851
(William Pritty 1842 & 1856)
1836 - 1864
Accused during 1858 and again 15.10.1865 of being open out of hours.
Judgements not yet discovered.
(On Wednesday 1st November 1865 his appearance in court was adjourned in order that he could prove that beer was served to travellers, as allowed in law.)
THOMAS PRETTY / PRITTY 1865
WILLIAM PAUL by 1867
Convicted 04.04.1877 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 2/6d plus 18/6d costs or 7 days detention.
CLAUDINE PAUL 18.11.1879
GEORGE PAUL 26.05.1885
MARY ANN PAUL 17.02.1891
CHARLOTTE SYDER 10.10.1895
JOHN WESTON 19.11.1895
ERNEST BULLARD 31.07.1900


Address also given as Waterworks Road.

As at Stone Hills 1845 and 1865

At the Annual Licensing Sessions held Monday 23rd August 1858 it was heard that William Pretty had previously been charged for having been found selling beer during prohibited hours on a Sunday.  However since that event, the house had been well conducted. Licence renewal granted.

 

Licence surrendered 21.09.1900 on grant of a new licence
for the LORD ROSEBERY.