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Rose Tavern
PALACE STREET St MARTIN AT PALACE BEERHOUSE CLOSED
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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JOHN PAGE 1850 - 1854
WILLIAM RAMM
( according to Craven )
1856
SUSAN RAMM
As a report of misbehaving soldiers, January 1857
1857
ROBERT RAMM
( according to Rogers 1859 -
at SADDLERS ARMS as 1858 PO directory )
1859
BENJAMIN FEARNSIDE  * 1868

 


Also listed as the ROSE.

On Tuesday 24th August 1852 it was heard that 21 year old Robert King had attended the Rose with two other persons. Between them they drank two pints of rum. One of the men remained in the house, for several hours, insensible. King left the house but was later found in St. Simon's churchyard and reported dead. Taken by four men, to the police station on a stretcher, he lay there for several hours in an unconscious state, but recovered.
Before the magistrates he was fined 5s and costs, but being unemployed, was given time to pay the fines at 1s per week. The landlady was reprimanded for allowing a man to drink such a quantity of rum.

See the SADDLERS ARMS, where Robert Ramm is given in 1858 and Benjamin Fearnside appears to be during the years 1861 to 1867.