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12 CHAPEL STREET SOUTH HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED 23.08.1907
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867-1953)
ARNOLD & Co  
LACONS after 1894
Licensees :
CHARLES BARNARD
age 36 in 1841
1839 - 1845
THOMAS BAYFIELD 1850
JOHN OSTLER 1854
NICHOLAS WEZKER
(also found as Wizker & Wisker)
1856
JOHN WEST 1859
ALFRED KEMP 1863
JOHN COLEMAN by 1867
GEORGE LINSTEAD 05.11.1867
ROBERT COWELL 15.06.1886
ROBERT GEORGE EASTALL 27.06.1893
EDITH ROSE EASTALL 23.10.1902
FRANK ROSE 05.04.1904

 


Address also given as Union Street
and in 1845 & 1871 as at Union Place.

Stood on the corner of Chapel Street and Salford Street.
(Salford Street given in 1883 as Cross Street)

The Chief Constable objected to licence renewal as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 10th February 1906. Inspector Windsor informed the court that it was a small house with bar and taproom only. It had no backyard and was inconvenient to supervise. The   tenant was employed in the boot trade and his wife had to attend the business during the daytime. There were 12 other houses within 200 yards.
A member of the Bench, Mr Oddin Taylor said `It is nothing but a cottage, I believe ?' to the Inspector who replied `A cottage converted into a public house.'   The licence was refused.


Licence provisionally refused Wednesday 7th February 1906 and referred to Compensation.
Closed by Compensation 23.08.1907


House No. 490 on 1845 Magistrates list.