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12 BER STREET St JOHN TIMBERHILL FULL LICENCE CLOSED 30.09.1927
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 ( 1867-1953 )
STEWARD & Co  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM MOORE
( Only found as a barber in 1856 and 1858 )
by 1859
Tuesday 25th January 1859 - Accused of selling out of hours.
See opposite
Wednesday 3rd February 1864 - Accused of selling out of hours.
See opposite.
Summoned Monday 15th July 1867 for having house open at illegal hours on Sunday 7th July 1867. Fine of £1 and costs.
( House recorded as TUMBLE DOWN DICK )
Licence refused 27.08.1867 - Granted 1868 to William Moore
WILLIAM MOORE 1868
JAMES ROBERTS 03.04.1877
ROBERT COLLETT 06.02.1880
DANIEL HANSELL 17.02.1880
Convicted 15.12.1883 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine £5 or 1 months detention.
HENRY WILBY 06.05.1884
FREDERICK JAMES MORRIS 23.06.1885
JAMES BLOOMFIELD 25.03.1890
JOHN HAMILTON 26.08.1890
HENRY JAMES LINCOLN 18.02.1891
ALBERT RICHARD PRIOR 14.02.1893
GEORGE REEVE 09.05.1893
ROBERT SAMUEL FORDER 10.10.1900
FRANCES HARRIETT FORDER
( widow )
30.12.1902
FRANCES HARRIETT LOVE
( remarried R. S. LOVE )
09.02.1904
FRANCES HARRIETT BATTLEDAY
( remarried )
07.01.1915


On Tuesday 25th January 1859 William Moore of the ROYAL STANDARD, was accused of opening his house for the sale of beer on the previous Sunday, at illegal hours.
Moore said that he had rewarded a man with a jug of ale for bringing his dog home. Since the house had previously been well conducted he was discharged with a caution.

On Sunday 31st January 1864, Sergeant Smith entered the adjoining barber's shop which was also run by Mr. Moore.
It was eleven o'clock in the morning and two men were found drinking while others were being shaved. There were also several men in the bar, but they were not drinking. Moore swore that he had only pulled one pint of beer, and that was for a drover who had arrived the ten miles from Hempnall. This was corroborated by the drover and the case was therefore dismissed.

Full licence granted Tuesday 25th August 1868 to William Moore.


Previously the TUMBLE DOWN DICK.

Found as the ROYAL STANDARD by 1864.

Licence provisionally refused 08.02.1927 and referred to Compensation.
Closed by Compensation 30.09.1927.