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Two Brewers
OAK STREET
BREW YARD
St. MICHAEL COSLANY - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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SAMUEL TAYLEURE TERRY 1820  - 1822
JOHN GODDARD 1830
WILLIAM SMITH 1836 - 1839
Mr. GREW ? to c1843




Part of the estate of the bankrupt Christopher Dinmore, Merchant and Brewer, to be Sold by Auction Wednesday 29th January 1817.
Described as a Dwelling House, then used as a Brewhouse fitted up with a plant complete, tun rooms, store rooms, warehouses, stable, extensive yard and large garden, next to river.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 29th January 1820 gave notice to the creditors of Samuel Tayleure Terry, publican, that all household furniture and effects would be sold at auction at the TWO BREWERS, St. Michael Coslany.......for the benefit of his creditors.
On 7th October 1820 it was notified that any Creditors of Mr. Terry would be excluded from any benefit should they not confirm their claim by 20th October 1820. Debtors were required to settle their accounts by that date.

Samuel Terry is listed at the TWO BREWERS, St. Mary in 1822.

Offered for sale by auction Tuesday 12th November 1839....`In which an excellent Trade has been carried on for many years.... and now called the RAIL-ROAD.'

 20th April 1844 - For Sale, fronting Coslany Street, the Dwelling-house, Shop, Yard, &c. formerly the residence of Mr. Grew and called the TWO BREWERS. now in the occupation of Watson, Ellis, Rix and Webster.