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Rose Tavern
- St MICHEAL AT PLEA - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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JONATHAN GLEED 1765 - 1779
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9th October 1765 - An auction sale held at the ROSE TAVERN, near the RED WELL, occupied by Jonathan Gleed.

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The Norfolk Chronicle of 13th July 1776 advertised....

` A sale by auction of a Mansion House ..
... at the house of Mr. Jonathan Gleed, the ROSE TAVERN, near the RED WELL in Norwich......'

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Another sale was held here Saturday 28th September 1776. It included a Malting Office, situated just without Bishop-Gates, with a fifty Comb Steep and adjoining Dwelling-house. Details available from Mr. Isaac Jackson at Lakenham, or his Brewing Office in Conisford Street, or from baker John Wagstaffe in St. Mary's Parish.
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A sale held here 9th March 1779 offered :-
A freehold estate in Catton, including two houses, being on offer.
Sale conducted by Mr. Jonathan Gleed. Appraiser and Auctioneer.