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20 MARKET PLACE
DAVEY PLACE
St. PETER MANCROFT   CLOSED 08.01.1924
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
NORGATE  
F. J. BOSWELL by 1885
GEORGE BAXTER by 1889
BASS, RATCLIFFE & GRETTON undated
MOORE & COURT undated
GEORGE HERBERT CAMPLING &
DYER EDWARD HOLMES
Trustees of the will of Charles Joseph Campling deceased
FRED DOWSON of Thorpe Road c1921
Licensees :
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JOHN & WILLIAM NORGATE by 1867
WILLIAM NORGATE 1871
ALFRED NORGATE 13.05.1879
JAMES FREEMAN BOSWELL, JAMES BAXTER & GEORGE BAXTER 10.10.1879
JAMES FREEMAN BOSWELL 1885
GEORGE BAXTER 09.05.1889
HENRY SHAW 12.05.1896
HORACE JOSIAH MOORE 28.12.1897
WILLIAM LAWRENCE 20.03.1900
WILLIAM JAMES KING 19.03.1901
CHARLES JOSEPH CAMPLING 04.02.1902
ALICE CAMPLING 27.11.1906
JOHN PENN 23.07.1907
GEORGE BAXTER 16.06.1908
GEORGE FREDERICK WOOD 19.01.1909
KATE WOOD 12.02.1913
KATE LEWIS 17.04.1918
EDWARD ERNEST LOFTS 08.02.1921
JOHN GRAVES 30.08.1921


1906
1906.

Jenny Lind ( 1820 - 1887 ) was a Swedish soprano singer
who toured Europe and the United States of America.
She became a British citizen by 1859 and lived in London.

Jenny Lind was due to arrive at the Bishop's Palace on Saturday 19th September 1847. It was reported that `the fair songstress is in excellent health'.

Advertised To Let February 1861.
Consisting of a Licensed Wine, Spirit, Ale, Porter Shop and Chop Room on the ground floor. ( Entrance being on Davey Place. ) On the first floor a 21 feet long Dining Gallery with an excellent Ladies or Family Room. On the third floor a very commodious Divan or Coffee Room. Also six other smaller but convenient rooms and a good Cellar. Enquire of Mr. Norgate at the Market Place or St. Stephens.


Address as 20 The Walk, Market Place in 1912.

Stood on the corner of Gentlemans Walk and Davey Place.

Noted as "A house of call for the local ladies".

Held a 6 day licence from 1872.

Licence provisionally refused 07.02.1922 and referred to Compensation.

Closed under Compensation 08.01.1924