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90 St. GILES STREET
Upper St. Giles
St GILES   CLOSED 1982
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 - PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 - 1965 )
YOUNGS & Co Owned by John Youngs the Elder as recorded 17.03.1888
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS Freehold sold by Y,C&Y Partnership to Y,C&Y Company as documented for completion 01.02.1898
BULLARDS 1958
WATNEY MANN  
Licensees :
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REBECCA BOGGISH
widow
( At Queen Caroline in 1763 )
1760 - 1764
MARK BREWER
worsted weaver
1806 - 1810
W. WILSON 1822
RICHARD MUTTON 1830 - 1836
ISAAC FOX
age 59 in 1851
1839 - 1865
Wednesday 24th March 1852 - Found guilty of allowing drinking out of hours - See opposite.
WILLIAM NEWBY by 1867
WILLIAM ANDREWS 22.06.1869
ESTHER DAWSON 04.10.1870
ROBERT WOODCOCK 10.10.1876
JAMES BATLEY 19.07.1878
CHARLES PICKET 30.06.1879
WILLIAM HARRIS 04.11.1879
CORBETT JOHN WILDE 03.01.1880
WILLIAM WILDE 22.06.1880
WILLIAM GOLDEN 05.09.1880
CHARLES WOODS 06.01.1881
THOMAS TILLETT 03.08.1881
WILLIAM HENRY MOORE 28.12.1882
CHARLES WILLIAM RUSHMER 26.11.1883
WILLIAM CALVER 23.12.1889
JOHN CARR RIX 26.08.1890
JOHN CALVER 12.02.1895
WILLIAM THOMAS CROME 24.03.1896
JESSE TOOKE
( At Queen Caroline 1900 )
23.03.1897
ROBERT JAMES CORNE 18.03.1902
ARTHUR NOBBS 14.01.1908
ARTHUR DENNY 19.01.1909
HARRY ATKINS 08.10.1912
CECIL ARTHUR NOBBS 12.02.1913
ARTHUR ALBERT FICKLING 07.10.1913
Convicted 17.10.1917 failing to close against soldiers.
Fine 20/- or 13 days detention.
ELIZABETH MARY ANN FICKLING 02.10.1917
Convicted 17.10.1917of selling out of hours.
Fine 20/- or 13 days detention.
ARTHUR ALBERT FICKLING 13.05.1919
GERALD FRANCIS CLARKE 24.08.1926
ARTHUR WILLIAM BLOWERS 05.04.1932
JOSEPH HEDLEY BUNTING 21.08.1945
GEORGE HENRY AMIES 13.06.1950
WILLIAM ISAAC RUDD 10.02.1959
JOHN WILLIAM PALMER 24.07.1962
RUBY IRIS PALMER 30.04.1963
   
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Referenced as the QUEEN CAROLINE in 1763 & 1900


Mrs. Fox appeared in court Wednesday 24th March 1852 and pleaded guilty to having served three persons in the house at forty minutes to eight on the morning of Sunday 18th March. Only costs were ordered to be paid.


On Thursday 9th February 1905 the Chief Constable objected to licence renewal owing to the internal connection to the shop adjoining. During the hearing the Chief Constable said that he understood that the shop was `to be done away with'.
The matter was allowed to stand over to the next Brewster sessions.
















House no. 189 on 1845 Magistrates list