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9 BACK OF THE INNS St PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE CLOSED 09.01.1935
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 ( 1867-1953 )
STEWARD & Co    
BULLARDS by 1847, 1872
Exors of W. L. L'ESTRANGE c1895
FREDERICK THOMAS FIRMAN,
WILLIAM FLAXMAN & OTHERS
1901
WILLIAM GRIX 08.02.1910
Exors. of W. GRIX undated
Licensees :
WILLIAM LACK
( Rose / Rose Tavern )
1839
DANIEL BANHAM HOLL
( Rose Tavern )
1842
EDWARD LEE
according to White
1845
HENRY SWEETMAN
age 40 in 1851
25.03.1845 - 1858
ELIZABETH SWEETMAN
& tobacconist
1859 - 1861
Mrs ELIZA BURGESS by 1863
JAMES BALLS 30.07.1872
CHARLES EVERETT BETTS 28.07.1885
HENRY BLAND 10.10.1891
WILLIAM GRIX 10.10.1895
HENRY PERCIVAL L'ESTRANGE 10.10.1900
FREDERICK THOMAS FIRMAN 18.12.1900
WILLIAM GRIX 09.10.1906
WILLIAM LIONEL GRIX 10.10.1911


See WHITE ROSE where entries for 1822 and 1830 could refer to this house.

Forthcoming Sale by Auction ( ROSE & CROWN) advertised May 1848.
The OLD GOAT( with Brewery ), TUMBLE DOWN DICK and the VAUXHALL GARDENS also being included in the sales notice.

Lot No. 11 in the Sale by Auction of Freehold Properties ( 12 Lots Total) held Monday 5th June 1848.
Including Cottages, Messuages, Tenements and a Malting Office.
A well-known Public House, the ROSE & CROWN,  admirably suited for business between the Market-place and the Castle-hill. Then in occupation of Henry Sweatman, as undertenant to Mr. Richard Bullard.

 On Thursday 10th July 1851 the ROSE & CROWN, Old-established Tavern, at the Back of the Inns, occupied by Mr. Henry Sweetman, as undertenant to Mr. Richard Bullard was offered for sale by auction.
At other times Mr. Sweetman is named at the RED ROSE.

Licence provisionally refused 06.02.1934 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 09.01.1935.

 

House No. 177 on 1845 Magistrates list.