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LEOPARD NORWICH index
98 / 100 BULL CLOSE ROAD ST JAMES FULL LICENCE
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 - 1965 )
BULLARD    
YOUNGS & Co Freehold owned by the Mayor, Alderman & Citizens of Norwich
STEWARD & PATTESON from 1874, leasehold - purchased 1932.
WATNEY MANN    
NORWICH BREWERY   
.     
BATEMANS by 2007
Licensees :
WILLIAM DAVIDSON
( Beer retail, St James' Road 1846 )
1842 - * 1846
MATTHEW WEBSTER
age  53 in 1851
* 1850 - * 1851
WILLIAM BULLARD by 1858 to 1859
ROBERT GREAVES
& labourer
( as Robert Graves 1861 )
by 1861
HENRY BULLARD 02.03.1869
JAMES SUTTON 19.05.1874
TIMOTHY BENNETT 26.02.1875
Convicted 25.10.1877 of selling out of hours.
Fine 2/6d plus 17/6d costs.
THOMAS HOBART 27.04.1882
JOHN TILLETT junior 10.10.1885
FREDERICK SILCOCK 11.10.1886
WILLIAM JOHN HARPER 29.03.1887
SAMUEL MAYNARD 28.06.1887
RICHARD WILSON 10.10.1888
PATRICK WILBY
( Also found as Welby )
08.01.1889
SAMUEL PARKER 23.03.1897
JAMES WATSON 10.10.1899
JOHN JAMES KING 19.01.1904
ROSA KING 18.07.1916
JOHN JAMES KING 13.05.1919
ALBERT JAMES DAVIS 10.01.1922
RALPH HERBERT WALKER 05.04.1932
Convicted 12.01.1945 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 10/-
FRANK GOLDSON 06.05.1947
ALBERT ROBERT MOORE 05.04.1951
STANLEY ALFRED HAYDON 13.07.1954
ERIC HORACE SANDERSON 26.08.1956
GEORGE HERBERT DOWSON 07.05.1957
BERTRAM CHARLES HIPPERSON 05.01.1965
ROSABEL MAUD HIPPERSON 23.11.1965
ALFRED JACK SOUTHGATE 19.07.1966
EDWARD KENNETH READ 18.07.1967
HARRY GEORGE HOPEWELL 08.06.1971
ERIC STANLEY JERMY 20.07.1976
TERRANCE ROYALL 09.01.1979
TERENCE DOWSON & ELIZABETH LONG 01.06.1993
DAVID DOWSON & ELIZABETH LONG 26.04.1994
DAVID DOWSON & JANICE ANDREWS 14.02.1995
JANICE ANDREWS & EDWARD HUXELL 31.10.1995
PATRICK JOHN MANN 13.02.1996
PATRICK MANN & ANDREW LAWLER 12.03.1996
PATRICK MANN & KAREN STEWARD 11.06.1996
KAREN STEWARD & BRUCE MACE 14.01.1997
KAREN STEWARD, BRUCE MACE
& DEBORAH BAILEY
09.02.1999
MALCOLM McCANN 02.2004
Tommy HOLBROOKE c2007
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SUE DICKERSON Feb 2010
SARAH LADI July 2011
28.07.1996
July 1996

Also referenced as at St. PAUL. ( Adjoins the parish of St. James )

Licensee William Bullard was accused at Crown Court, Friday 29th July 1859, of receiving a stolen gold watch, knowing it to be stolen. The watch had been stolen from Mr. Henry Hindes by John Crotch (20), shoemaker and Philip Chapman (30), also a shoemaker. The watch was sold to Bullard for 30/- whereas it had cost £9.
The three were found guilty, but the jury asked for lenience towards Bullard owing to his previous good character. The Judge thought that Bullard was the worst offender since it was people like him who supported those wishing to dispose of stolen property.
Crotch and Chapman were each sentenced to four years penal servitude. Bearing in mind the wishes of the jury, and considering the seriousness of his crime, Bullard received `only' five years penal servitude.
House no. 458 on 1845 Magistrates list