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24 BARRACK STREET
St James Street
St JAMES FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1934
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 to 1953)
STEWARD & Co Owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward
Licensees :
WILLIAM PURLAND
& butcher
1806 - 1807
............. MIDDLETON 1810
SAMUEL TRUE 1822
BENJAMIN LAMB 1830 - 1833
GEORGE COE 1836
H FISK 1839
WILLIAM TERRY 1842
Fine of 20s and costs on Friday 20th May 1842 for harbouring drunken, disorderly and notoriously bad characters in his house on 15th May.
BENJAMIN FOX 1842
JOSEPH SEAMAN
age 40 in 1851
1845 - 1854
Mrs MARTHA SEAMAN
(Charwoman age 50, widow at 26 Barn Road in 1861 - Running BOATSWAINS CALL by 1862)
* 1858 - * 1859
CHRISTOPHER APPLETON
(given at Kings Arms 1861)
& fish dealer
(Harry Appleton given by Hamilton in 1879)
by 1861
MARTHA APPLETON 28.07.1885
JOSEPH LEMMON 27.03.1888
ELIZABETH LEMMON 07.02.1899
FRANCIS WATLING 30.08.1921
GERALD HARRY FINN 20.11.1934


In the shadow of the church of St James

Given as the HENRY VIII in 1839.


As `Near the Church ' 1845.
At St. James Street 1865, 1879 & 1879.

No 1 Barrack street in 1901.
24 Barrack Street from 1904.

House sold to Norwich Corporation January 1935 to allow road widening. Licence removed to the WOODCOCK, Hellesdon 01.01.1935

House no. 467 on 1845 Magistrates list