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62 BOTOLPH STREET St AUGUSTINE - CLOSED 11.07.1960
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to 1/8/4  ( 1867 - 1965 )
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward
Licensees :
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THOMAS GILMER
worsted weaver
1760 - 1763
THOMAS CULLING 1810
T. NEWMAN 1822
JOSEPH ENGALL 1830 - 1836
WILLIAM NICHOLS 1839
JAMES NICHOLS 1842
EDGAR PROVART
according to Magistrates
1845
WILLIAM GOWER
according to White
1845
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JOHN S PLUNKETT
age 31 in 1851
( Given at The Pyerns 1861 - See below )
by 1850
Convicted 12.07.1878 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine £5 plus 17/7d costs
JOSEPH TOWNSEND 11.01.1881
WILLIAM WATERTON 10.10.1892
WILLIAM JOHN BARNES 28.03.1893
Convicted 27.02.1895 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 20/- plus 7/- costs
ALICE ANN BARNES 07.02.1899
HARRY BARNES 07.05.1901
ROSE ELIZABETH BARNES
( S&P note - Could not make it pay )
30.08.1904
FRANCIS WIDDOWS 13.02.1911
LAURA WIDDOWS
( as Laura Willows ? )
18.07.1916
FRANCIS WIDDOWS 13.05.1919
NELLIE PEART 01.01.1929
GEORGE WILLIAM BAKER ( Bill ) 08.02.1944
RUSSELL NEWSON 21.11.1950
LESLIE GEORGE SHEPPARD 09.03.1954
ALBERT FRANCIS JONES 20.11.1956
KENNETH JAMES EDWARDS 20.08.1957
ERNEST FREDERICK NORMAN LUNN 09.02.1960



The SHUTTLES - George Baker at the bar.
Bill Baker at the bar.

See WEAVERS ARMS.

Also found as THREE SHUTTLES

In 1861 the name of house is given in the census as The PYERNS. Apparently a PIRN is known today as a form of shuttle once important in the development of the Flying Shuttle.


On Wednesday 1st December 1869 John Plunkett appeared before the Magistrates, summoned to show cause why he should not contribute to the support of his wife, who was at that time an inmate of the Borough Asylum, at the cost of 12s a week.
Mr. Plunkett said he could not contribute anything in consequence of bad trade. Such were his problems that he had been compelled to sell his horse and cart, and had four children at home who needed his support.
At the time Mrs Plunkett was removed to the Asylum, he was ordered to make payments of 2s 6d per week, but he had only managed to make four payments.
The bench studied his accounts books and agreed it was a hard case, but ordered that he must pay 2s 6d per week.

37¼ barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Closed Monday 11th July 1960 and soon demolished in the cause of
`Building for the future.'

Site and surrounding area still derelict 2015.



 

 

 

 

House No. 376 on 1845 Magistrates list.