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Licensees :
JOHN HOWARD 1830
JAMES HOWARD 1836
JOHN ABEL
age 35 in 1841
1839 - 1841
THOMAS HARDY 1842
JOHN ABEL
age 48 in 1851
& horse dealer.
1843 - 1864


House No. 486 on 1845 Magistrates list.


Referenced as West End Place, Chapelfield in 1836
and as Julian Place, 1839
Rising Sun Road 1856

The opening dinner of Mr. John Abel was held on Friday 5th October 1843.
Upwards of 100 of the yeomanry of the county and respectable tradesmen enjoyed an exceedingly good dinner. The following evening, more than 100 of Mr. Abel's friends sat down to supper.

William Abel, son of John, was married to the daughter of Mr. William Kemp, licensee of the TUNS, Unthank Road. In August 1864 Mr. Abel was the plaintiff and Mr. Kemp the defendant in what was described as a misunderstanding between near relatives.


Not found after 1864. ( Simpson's Norwich directory )

 

For further information on John Abel see
JOHN ABEL - HORSE DEALER of NORWICH
by Judith Havens.
Published 2014
ISBN 978-0-9929410-0-0