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63 LONDON STREET St MICHAEL AT PLEA FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1913
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867-1925)
TOMPSONS Conveyed to Morgans 25th March 1845
MORGANS 1845 - 1914
Licensees :
ROBERT ARTHURTON
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
JOSEPH DENTON 1806 - 1810
THOMAS BROWNE 1822 - 1845
WILLIAM GARDINER
(also as Gardener, Gardner in 1850 & as Gardiner in 1846, 1851 & 1861 census)
age 52 in 1851
1846 - 1866
MARTIN LAMBERT
(At Prince of Wales, Cowgate 1865)
by 1867
GEORGE HARDING HIGH 10.10.1877
CHARLES HEMNELL 05.05.1885
SAMUEL CLARKE 14.07.1885
FRANK HORACE SPALDING 14.08.1888
GEORGE SPALDING 10.10.1891
EDWARD BOSWELL 09.05.1893
ALFRED HERBERT SOUTHERN 08.08.1893
CHARLES PLUMMER 13.08.1895
FREDERICK WILLIAM FREWER 16.11.1897
JOHN NOONAN 01.09.1903
FREDERICK WILLIAM FREWER 26.07.1904
SAMUEL FREWER 29.11.1904
HORACE CHARLES GOWEN 17.01.1905
WILLIAM WOODCOCK 15.01.1907
ERNEST MANN 11.10.1910

Address as 113 London Lane in 1802.
19 London Street 1846

Also listed as the RED LION & THISTLE.

Known as the RED LION by 1845.

As the RED LION STORES 1890.

 

The licence was renewed February 1913
but dropped by 1914.



William Henry Smith, second son of John Smith, of the Railway Hotel, Wells, married Miss Eliza Gardiner, youngest daughter of Mr. Gardiner, publican at the Red Lion, London Street, Norwich Thursday 14th July 1859.

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Thomas Sleath (36) and Thomas Matthews (38) were found guilty Monday 8th January 1866 of obtaining money by false pretences from licensee William Gardiner.
They had also been involved in the same ploy at the OXFORD TAVERN and the WHITE ROSE