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38 BOTOLPH STREET St. AUGUSTINE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 15.06.1966
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
YOUNGS & Co Owned by Charles Crawshay as recorded 17th March 1888
BULLARD & SONS 1958
Licensees :
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ROBERT MARGETSON 1830
JOHN SOAME 1836
HENRY YAXLEY
(age 50 in 1851, but name given as Thomas)
(Mary Yaxley 1840)
1839 - 1859
Fine of 20s and 10s 6d costs 30th March 1859. See opposite.
ELIZABETH YAXLEY
age 51 in 1861
from 1859
WILLIAM YAXLEY 16.02.1892
GEORGE ROBERT FLOWERDEW 09.08.1892
LEONARD JAMES MORRIS 21.06.1898
JOHN EDWARD ARTHURTON 06.02.1900
EMMA ELIZABETH ARTHURTON 18.12.1900
ALFRED ERNEST MORRIS 10.05.1904
FRANCIS RAYNER 26.11.1907
Convicted 29.07.1916 of selling to a child under 14 in an unsealed vessel.
Fine 10/- or 7 days detention.
GEORGE MURRELL 19.06.1923
ERNEST ALBERT FEAK 02.01.1934
WILLIE NEWMAN 05.02.1935
JOHN KEDGE 14.02.1961
FREDERICK CAWDRON 20.06.1961


Building dated from 1646

On Wednesday 30th March 1859 Police Constable Paine proved that the house had been open for the sale of beer, before the hour allowed by the law, on Sunday 27th March 1859.  Two men had been observed inside the house at 12:30 pm, each with a glass of porter. A previous conviction against the defendant was taken into consideration.
(Occupant said to be William Yaxley in one report, but Henry Yaxley in another.)

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

Location in 1950 given as opposite the Odeon Cinema.
(on corner of Calvert Street)

Demolished 1967.

House no. 381 on 1845 Magistrates list