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LAKENHAM FULL LICENCE See KING GEORGE
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 - 1965 )
STEWARD, PATTESON, FINCH & Co Leasehold from the Trafford Estates (First supplied year commencing November 1848)
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 07.10.1911 for £1350
Licensees :
WILLIAM TAWELL / TOWELL
gardener
1760 - 1763
Mrs TOWELL 1783
EDMUND BENSLEY from Oct 1792 ?
ROBERT CHALKER 1810 - 1812
JAMES PIGG 1836 - 1842
SAMUEL LEGGATT 1845
WILLIAM MOY
age 49 in 1851
( Melville gives as William MAY 1856 )
1846 - 1859
DANIEL PURDY 08.1859 - 1861
JAMES MOORE by 1866
Accused 5th September 1866 of keeping his house open at unlawful hours the previous Sunday.
Outcome yet to be discovered
Summoned Wednesday 6th March 1867 for keeping house open for the sale of beer at unlawful hours on the previous Sunday - Case dismissed.
Licence refused Tuesday 27th August 1867
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GEORGE PEARMAN
( also as Pearmain )
23.10.1871
HENRY WYATT 10.10.1872
Convicted 29.01.1876 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £3 plus 18/6d costs.
JOHN BARRETT
Age 50 in 1911.
House renamed KING GEORGE in 1914
02.03.1884
c1910
c1910

Mrs Towell was said to be in residence when the house was broken into and a great quantity of wearing apparel, liquors etc were stolen, Friday last.
Norfolk Chronicle Saturday 15th February 1783

Edmund Bensley announced October 1792 that he was in occupation of the Rural Gardens at the King of Prussia and had a variety of Forest Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Goosberry Bushes, Currant Bushes and Strawberry Plants for sale.

Robert Chalker the elder, innkeeper of Lakenham, mentioned 1812 concerning lease & release of properties at 12, 14 & 16 Rising Sun Lane, Norwich - assignment term of 500 years.

Daniel Purdy applied for a new (full) licence Monday 30th August 1859 - Granted.

Found as the PRUSSIA GARDENS 1801 - 1914.
( At St Stephens Road in S&P document recording first supplied 1848 )

As the TEA GARDENS 1836.

As at Prussia Road, Lakenham 1845.
At Old Lakenham 1869

Renamed the KING GEORGE 09.09.1914
following ( It is said ) a group of soldiers tearing down the sign.

 

House no. 528 on 1845 Magistrates list