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Rose Tavern
24 St. MARYS PLAIN
OAK STREET
St. MARTIN AT OAK BEERHOUSE CLOSED 24.12.1919
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
-  
MICHAEL THOULES
age 38
* 1841
JAMES SHIPMAN 1845 - 1846
   -
JOHN BARKER 1867
R. EGLINGTON 1868
ROBERT COLEMAN by 1870
GEORGE SEXTON 06.05.1884
JAMES IRVING SEXTON 13.01.1914
MAY SEXTON 20.11.1917
JAMES IRVING 13.05.1919

 


Also listed as the ROSE.

1841 census entry under Church Alley, St Mary Coslany.

Application made by John Barker for a new ( full ) licence made Tuesday 27th August 1867 - Refused.

Beerhouse keeper Robert Coleman applied for a full licence Tuesday 23rd August 1870. The application was refused since another public house already adjoined the property and a new licence was deemed unnecessary.


Licence provisionally refused 11.02.1918 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 24.12.1919

 

 

Note :
* The presence of two houses operating at the same period in Oak Street, known as the Rose or Rose Tavern, leads to the possibility of licensees pre 1867 being `transposed'.

* House no. 361 on 1845 Magistrates list