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KING WILLIAM IV NORWICH K index Thorpe Hamlet
King William
33 QUEBEC ROAD
TELEGRAPH LANE (EAST)
THORPE HAMLET FULL LICENCE  
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
YOUNGS as given in 1845 Magistrates list - (house number 548 out of 557)
BULLARDS from 1958
WATNEY MANN  
NORWICH BREWERY  
INNTREPRENEUR  
PEACHTREE LEISURE by 2009
Licensees :
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JAMES FOULSHAM 1839
see  MOUSEHOLD TEA GARDENS
HORACE SMITH
(according to Magistrates)
1845
EDWARD WILLIAM LILLEY
(According to White)
1845
GEORGE MATTHEWS
age 50 in 1851
by 1850
MARY ANN MATTHEWS 01.10.1867
Convicted 16.09.1880 of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 7/- costs
GEORGE RANDALL LAWS 28.12.1880
WILLIAM BROOKS 24.06.1886
JAMES ELLIS
& Sarah Ann Ellis
17.12.1888
WILLIAM BERWICK 14.01.1913
BENJAMIN WHITTAKER 05.04.1928
MARTHA SUSANNAH WHITTAKER 08.02.1944
WILLIAM JOHN COATES 07.11.1944
EDWARD JAMES MOORE 04.10.1949
RICHARD STANLEY FARROW 17.07.1956
PETER JOHN BURGESS date illegible
DEREK WILLIAM CURSTON
(General manager?)
1976 - 1982
BETTY GOURLEY HENNESSY 22.11.1988
DOREEN & EDWARD NICHOLS 26.06.1990
TERENCE JOHN DOWSON & ALEC COVELL 01.10.1991
TERRY J DOWSON  & SANDRA POTTER 17.03.1992
T J DOWSON & STEPHEN JAMES PYE 16.03.1993
ANDREW VINER & NEIL HALL 21.12.1993
ANDREW VINER & GREGORY JONES 14.02.1995
EILEEN & KRISTINA BRUNTON June 1997
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IVOR & JOY FARR by April 2009
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Address as at Gas Hill 1845.
At Mousehole Heath 1865.
At Mousehold Heath 1869 & 1879
Telegraph Lane 1892.

WILLIAM FOURTH TAVERN & TEA GARDENS 1839.

(Mousehold Tea Company in occupation 1848)

Identified as the TEA GARDENS 1850, 1854 & 1861

The gardens to the rear offer fine views over the City of Norwich.

 

see  MOUSEHOLD TEA GARDENS

 

 

 

 

House No. 548 on 1845 Magistrates list

  The Norwich Pub Survey of 1986, compiled by the Norwich Society, in association with Norwich City Council, assessed the house:-  
 
Approx date of building Listed Quality Pre-war fittings surviving
External Internal
Early 20thC No 4 4 No
(In record as William IV)
On top of hill with spacious parking.
Flint and brick later extension.
Leaded small pane windows
Three internal areas: Lounge, Bar and Billiards.
Country pub style, comfortable.
Built on the site of a shepherd's hut.