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56 OLD PALACE ROAD
HOLLS LANE
HEIGHAM BEERHOUSE
FULL LICENCE 1868
DESTROYED 1942
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 ( 1867-1953 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
-  
JAMES LOCK
Died Saturday 5th August 1854 - Age 44
Cause of death, delirium tremens.
to 08.1854
ELIZABETH LOCKE 1855 - 1856
WILLIAM HAYNE 1857 - 1868
Full licence refused 1857
Full licence granted 1858
Full licence refused 1867
Granted 1868
HARRIETT HAYNE 11.10.1869
ROBERT DENMARK 10.10.1887
CHARLOTTE DENMARK 24.06.1890
WILLIAM WOODS 27.11.1906
SOPHIA WOODS 15.01.1907
ROBERT CLARE WOODS 05.04.1907
WILLIAM STOLWORTHY 14.01.1908
HARRY HALE 15.06.1909
SAMUEL HENRY RICHARDSON 25.11.1915
Convicted 06.05.1915 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 10/- or 7 days detention
Convicted 15.06.1916 of failing to close against soldiers.
Fine 5/- or 5 days detention.
SARAH RICHARDSON 21.11.1916
SAMUEL HENRY RICHARDSON 06.04.1920
ALBERT WILLIAM YORK 05.04.1935
DOUGLAS ARTHUR OLIVER BAKER 14.07.1942


Elizabeth Lock applied for a full licence 28th August 1855, it was refused.

William Hayne applied for a full licence 1st September 1857. It was refused.  He applied again 23rd August 1858 and it was granted.
The application made Tuesday 27th August 1867 was refused since the house had been proceeded against during the previous year.

Full licence granted Tuesday 25th August 1868.
It was heard that the previous application in 1867 had been refused since Mr. Hayne had endeavoured to prevent a policeman entering the house. The house had been very well conducted for the past year.


Holls Lane was renamed Old Palace Road after 1865.

Destroyed by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.
The Customs officer confirmed 06.11.1942 that the house was not trading.

The name was "Recently and finally removed from the licence register" according to a note dated 23.11.1966