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3 OAK STREET
ST. MILES
St. MICHAEL AT COSLANY FULL LICENCE CLOSED 10.10.1922
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/2 (1867 - 1925)
CRAWSHAY as given 1845
YOUNGS & Co. by 1867 - The property of Charles Crawshay as recorded March 1888
Licensees :
JONATHAN PAYNE 1830
BENJAMIN ELLIS 1836 - 1842
JEREMIAH MILLS
age 60 in 1851
1845 - 1856
GEORGE ROLL
1861 - 1865
Licence refused 19.08.1862
Licence granted on re-application 25.08.1863
GEORGE BELL (?) by 1867
WILLIAM NOBBS 18.06.1868
JOHN NOBBS 02.04.1872
ELIZABETH COLLINS 07.09.1875
FREDERICK NEWMAN 26.10.1877
EDWARD WALTER MANN 11.10.1886
MARK WARD 25.03.1890
CHARLES ROBERT SPENCER 10.10.1892
JOHN FIELD 08.05.1900
JOHN JAMES TILLETT 01.12.1903
JOHN HENRY BUCKENHAM 24.07.1906
SAMUEL COOPER 12.05.1908
ARTHUR DRAKE 22.07.1919
SAMUEL COOPER 18.05.1920

 

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c1908  - Samuel Cooper licensee
Image shown with permission of
Norfolk County Council Library and Information Service


Also found as the COCK PHEASANT and
as the COCK & PHEASANT.

Location given as `Opposite the Church' in 1845
and in 1856 as at St. Miles.
Address as Church Street 1863.

Licence REFUSED at Sessions held 19th August 1862.
One of several houses where the licensee had been proceeded against during the year. The offences, for which summonses had been issued were either for selling beer out of hours, for allowing gambling or for permitting persons of bad character to assemble.

At the Sessions 25th August 1863 the chief constable said the house had been well conducted since the licence had been taken away in 1862 for harbouring bad characters. The magistrates consented to restore the licence.

The renewal of licence was opposed at the 9th February 1905 Licensing Sessions. The Chief Constable objected to a door opening into stables and the lack of `proper sanitary accommodation'. In support of the licence application it was said that the door had already been blocked off and that any sanitary accommodation that the Chief Constable may require would be provided .

Order issued 10.10.1922 declaring final the provisional removal of licence to a new house (CRAWSHAY ARMS) at Philadelphia Lane, St. Clement.
Licence surrendered accordingly.


House no. 329 on 1845 Magistrates list