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JOLLY DYERS NORWICH D Index Dyers Arms
J index Jolly Dyers
WENSUM STREET St. GEORGE of TOMBLAND   CLOSED by 1867
TOMPSONS Assigned 25th March 1845 by Tompson Brothers to John & Walter Morgan as leasehold premises.
MORGANS  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM DENTON
gardener
1760 - 1764
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Mrs DUNN
widow
1810 - 1822
MARY DUNN 1830 - 1836
BENJAMIN WEST
Jolly Dyers - according to Pigot & 
Three Jolly Dyers according to Robson
1839
ROBERT MOORE
age 60 in 1851
1842 - 1851
ELIZABETH MOORE
age 69 in 1854
1854 - 1856
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Following drinking a pint of ale at the Jolly Dyers, St. Simons on Thursday 5th May 1788, a carpenter named Crotch was taken ill and led home, where he soon expired. ( The ale seems not to have been responsible. )


( Referenced 1810 as at St Simon's Street )


Licensed house no. 304 out of 557 on Magistrates list of 1845.