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83/85 NORTHUMBERLAND STREET NORTH HEIGHAM FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1975
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
FREE TRADE as given 1867
MORGANS by 1872
JOHN DAYNES of The Golden Dog P.H. 1879
MORGANS 1887 
STEWARD & PATTESON 1961
WATNEY MANN    
Licensees :
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THOMAS ANNISON 1854
RICHARD BANHAM
See opposite.
* 1856 - 1858
WILLIAM WHITE
(& wife Susan)
by 1864
GEORGE REYNOLDS 13.10.1868
JAMES PALMER 10.12.1872
ISRAEL BAKER 10.10.1879
GEORGE STEPHEN CANHAM 11.10.1880
GEORGE BRIGHTON 10.10.1881
THOMAS MARTIN DICKERSON 24.06.1884
ROBERT WORTLEY 05.09.1884
JOHN SHORTEN 15.10.1886
ALBERT PRATT 27.03.1888
SAMUEL JAMES PLUMSTEAD 24.06.1890
ANN PLUMSTEAD 08.05.1894
WILLIAM TAYLOR 26.03.1895
PETER BEALES
(Died 1920)
19.01.1909
GEORGE JOHN SMITH 14.01.1913
JAMES WILLIAM WHITING 06.04.1920
EDITH ELIZABETH WHITING 01.01.1929
CHARLES EDWARD HURREN 28.12.1937
Convicted 19.05.1941 of allowing consumption out of hours
Fine £3 on each of 3 cases.
LILY HURREN 21.07.1964


Severely damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
105 barrels of beer.
21 spirits.

Closed 1975 and demolished.

Site used for housing.

 

 

 
On Wednesday 8th March 1854 it was heard that Ale-house keeper Richard Banham, of Heigham, had obtained 25s by false pretence from William Cooper, a dealer in coals.
Being persuaded to take a pony on loan, to see if it was suitable, Cooper had in return given loan of a donkey and an advance of 25s.
Finding the pony was old, had no teeth and could not eat, Cooper returned it to Banham, but was laughed at when seeking return of his donkey and money.
Before the magistrates Banham was accused of a swindle and was persuaded to settle the matter there and then - which he did.

< In 1851 Richard Banham, age 46, is given as a cow keeper in neighbouring Adelaide Street. In 1854 he is described as a cow keeper in Northumberland Street. By 1856 he is a beerhouse keeper in Northumberland Street and named at this house in 1858.
Thomas Annison is named at this house in the 1854 trades directory.>