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65 St. BENEDICTS STREET St. BENEDICT FULL LICENCE CLOSED 08.07.1971
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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JOHN BRIGGS
according to Magistrates
1845
DANIEL  ARMES 1845 - 1846
HENRY JOLLY
Previously at the WHITE LION
March 1847
EDWARD WIGG
age 36 in 1851
25.12.1849
(JOHN KING) (1861)
RICHARD PETCHELL 25.03.1862
Old licence set aside owing to previously being fined for offences against the tenor of licence - Renewal considered Tuesday 25th August 1863.
Landlord cautioned Tuesday 29th August 1865 for having house open at unlawful hours for the sale of beer.
RICHARD WATSON 29.09.1865
FRANK SEAGER 25.03.1866
Charged Monday 30th March 1868 of breaking and entering the warehouse of Messrs Holmes & Sons, engineers and with labourer William Bone, stealing 28 dozen files. - Committed to trial.
JAMES CARTER 05.05.1868
Accused 24.03.1872 of being open out of hours.
AGNES CARTER 23.06.1896
AGNES BIRD 27.11.1907
DOUGLAS ARTHUR OLIVER BAKER 01.01.1929
GEORGE JAMES BETTS 12.02.1929
ARTHUR WISEMAN 24.11.1931
ETHEL MAUD WISEMAN 05.05.1942
Convicted 22.03.1946 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 5/- on each of 2 cases.
GEORGE WISEMAN 03.06.1947
WILLIAM ERNEST STRUTT 30.12.1947
IVY EMILY STRUTT 09.05.1950
HERBERT WILLIAM BATCH 08.05.1951
JOSEPH GRIGGLESTONE 30.09.1958
HERBERT PINFOLD 08.03.1960
FREDERICK WALTER REILLY 01.01.1963
FREDERICK ARCHIBALD SAMUEL DAYNES 12.06.1963
JOHN KEDGE 20.07.1965



The Stag by George Plunkett - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002 - shown by permission
27.08.1938
Image by George Plunkett - shown by permission - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002

Henry Jolly announced 27th March 1847 that he had left the WHITE LION and taken the STAG. He offered Fine Ales, London Porter, Wine and Spirits of the first quality, good Stabling with a lock-up Coach-house. Most essentially he provided Well-aired Beds.

Address as 111 St. Benedicts to 1889.
Stood on the North side of St. Benedicts between St. Swithins Terrace and Beehive Yard.

Badly damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942.

 

 

In 1859, Edward Wigg sold two acres, seventeen and a half perches of land at Heigham. The land was serviced by the new street of twenty six feet wide, known as Devonshire Street. The sale included those three new houses and buildings lately built on that land and two houses also lately erected and built on this land, together with all other houses, outhouses, edifices, buildings, ways, paths, passages, watercourses.....etc.
The whole was sold to William Mills Berry for the sum of £100.




House No. 198 on 1845 Magistrates list.