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5 CROSS LANE
GUILDENGATE
St. SAVIOUR   CLOSED 17.06.1963
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867-1965 )
YOUNGS & Co 1845 ( Owned by John Youngs the Elder as recorded 17.03.1888 )
BULLARDS From 1958 to closure 1963
Licensees :
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JOHN COSSEY 1810
J. HINSBY 1811 - 1822
JAMES CAMPLING 1830 - 1842
SAMUEL SPINKS 1845
JOHN TIDD
silk printer
1848 - 1858
JEREMIAH CAMPLING
Age 53 in 1861
by 1861
SIMON WATLING 01.04.1879
Convicted 22.02.1882 of selling out of hours.
Fine 3/- plus 7/- costs
ELIZABETH WATLING 20.03.1900
THOMAS ROBERT WILSON 19.06.1900
CHARLES PITT junior 27.07.1920
ERNEST EDWARD BLAXTER 08.02.1955
Convicted 12.06.1956 on 4 cases of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 on each case
Convicted 12.06.1956 on 5 cases of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £1 on each case
Convicted 13.05.1958 on 2 cases of selling out of hours.
Fine £4 on each case
ROBERT GEORGE WICKS 06.05.1958




Address also as Calvert Street and as at St. Georges.

The `Dirty Shirt Club' met here during the 1800's.
It seems that this was a ` Gossip Club' whose members smoked through churchwarden pipes, but this was not perhaps unusual at the time.

As used by John Crome according to a brochure produced by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs in celebration of the 1937 Coronation.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.03.1942 and again 05.09.1942.

Bullards advised the magistrates by letter dated 26.06.1963 that the premises had been closed ( 17.06.1963 ).
The licence was dropped June 1963.

House No. 436 on 1845 Magistrates list.