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JOHN BULL NORWICH J index
57 UNION STREET
CROOKS PLACE
HEIGHAM   CLOSED 1942/3
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 ( 1867-1953 )
TOMPSONS Conveyed by Tompsons to Morgans 25th March 1845
MORGANS to closure
Licensees :
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MICHAEL DENNENT 1830
JONATHAN DENNANT 1836
MICHAEL DENNENT
according to Robson
1839
EDWARD SMITH
according to Pigot 1839
age 48 in 1841
1839 - 1841
ABEL HERBERT
age 59 in 1851
& journeyman stonemason
1842 - 1851
ANN HERBERT
age 59
1854
GEORGE GARROD
(also given as GARRARD)
1856
WILLIAM LOCK 1858 to 1879
Proceedings 04.02.1866 for being open out of hours - the outcome is as yet unknown
WILLIAM HOLLIDGE 22.12.1879
JOHN FULCHER 06.05.1884
GEORGE FOX 24.03.1885
FREDERICK THOMAS HOOD 10.10.1885
JOHN HENRY HOOD 01.01.1886
JOHN STEELE 15.02.1887
JOHN CROSSKILL 27.11.1888
GEORGE SPALDING 09.05.1893
HARRY SAMUEL HILL 10.05.1898
GEORGE HOLMES 07.05.1901
Convicted 24.08.1901 for being open out of hours - Fine £2 plus 7/- costs or 14 days detention.
JOHN BICKERS 04.02.1902
THOMAS ROBERTSON BOSTOCK 06.05.1902
WILLIAM GEORGE STEWARD 23.10.1902
Convicted 30.04.1904 of selling to a child in an unsealed vessel - Fine 5/- or 5 days detention.
ALBERT ERNEST FRANCIS 08.10.1907
ELIZA BEATRICE FRANCIS 18.08.1914
WILLIAM JOHN HUTCHIN 05.04.1916
ERNEST MANN 12.06.1917
GEORGE PORTER 15.01.1918
KATE PORTER 06.04.1920
Convicted 10.03.1924 of selling out of hours - Fine £1 or 13 days detention.
ABRAHAM AMBROSE WILLIS 04.01.1927
ERNEST MANN 14.07.1942
Closed by war damage -
Customs advised 05.02.1943 house not reopened
WILFRED GEORGE de JONGE 12.02.1946


JOHN BULL - CROOKS PLACE
c1912

The inquest into the death of Thomas Fisk ( age 32 )
was held here 7th July 1824

Given as no. 57 Union Street 1912, 1925 & 1937
also referenced as no. 51

The house was used as meeting place and office for the Crooks Place Estate.

A. Kiddel was a butcher in adjoining premises when above photograph taken.

 The house was damaged by bombing during WWII and did not reopen.



House No. 498 on 1845 Magistrates list.