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Sun & Anchor
51 COLEGATE STREET St. CLEMENT   CLOSED by 1867
BEEVOR Magdalen Street, Norwich ( Sold to John Patteson 1784 )
JEREMIAH HARVEY Owner to 1814
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward as recorded in documents dated 1837 to 1851.
Licensees :
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? 1783
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Mr. BEVIS here November 1791
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Mr WATERING 1803
LEONARD ATKINSON 1810 - 1814
ABRAHAM BAGSHAW 1822
JOHN WILKERSON 1830
R. ALEXANDER 1836
ISAAC WILSEA 1839
ROBERT ALEXANDER 1842 - 1846
THOMAS EDWARD THORPE
age 25 in 1851
1851 - 1864
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House No. 397 on 1845 Magistrates list.

Address also given as St. Clements Church Alley.

Offered to let March 1783 - `Enquire of Old Cat & Fiddle Brewing office, St Saviour's.'

For sale by Auction Wednesday 9th March 1814, late the property of Jeremiah Ives Harvey.
A desirable Public House fronting the street, with small yard and shed.

On Saturday 15th January 1837, a woman, believed to be about 40 years of age, hired a furnished room of T. Sanneville at Castle Ditches. On the Monday afternoon she took possession but decamped the next day, in the morning, taking the bed with her, and all the bedding.
On Friday 20th January, a woman of the same description, hired a room at the Sun & Anchor, and took away the blankets.

Appears in the 1851 census as next to Shaw's Court (Shores Court) which is further west than the position generally accepted and as confirmed by the 1861 census, as being on the corner of Church Alley.

Sometimes found as the SUN & ANCHOR TAVERN.