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1 RED LION STREET St. STEPHEN   CLOSED by 1958
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 - 1965 )
WESTONS St. Georges Brewery - Sold to Youngs & Co at auction Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS & Co  
Licensees :
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JOSHUA HART
worsted worker
1760 - 1764
Mr PHILLIPS 1781
WILLIAM PHILLIPS 1810
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CHARLES TAYLOR
age 73 in 1851
1839 - 1856
JAMES COLMAN
( also as Coleman )
by 1856
CHARLES COLMAN 28.07.1868
JAMES MARSHALL 19.12.1872
HENRY WILLIAM BAXTER 24.03.1875
GEORGE ROBERT EGLINGTON 13.08.1895
EDWARD VOTIER 11.08.1896
HENRY GEORGE LARK 29.12.1896
ARTHUR PONT 09.10.1897
CHARLES NOBLE 05.04.1905
Convicted 13.06.1919 of suffering gaming.
Fine 1/- or 5 days detention.
EMMA NOBLE 11.10.1921
HENRY WALTER NOBLE 02.01.1934
STANLEY GEORGE WARD 06.11.1945
PERCY SHEPHEARD 12.06.1956


 

During the night of Wednesday 12th December 1781, the cellar was broken into, the door being next to the street. Four gallons of gin, a quantity of rum, cheese, several pounds of candles and other items were stolen.
` Scarce a night passes but robberies are committed.'

Address also as 1 St. Stephens Plain.

Probably closed 1956

Licence not renewed 1958





 

House no. 126 on 1845 Magistrates list