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151 MAGDALEN STREET St. PAUL FULL LICENCE See VIKING STORES
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
YOUNGS & BURT to at least 1847
MORGANS as given 1867
STEWARD & PATTESON 1961
BULLARDS c1962
Licensees :
PHILIP NEAL
( Old Two Brewers )
1810
JACOB CAMPLING
age 37 in 1851
so presume Jacob Campling senior in 1822 !
1822 - 1856
GEORGE CAMPLING
( also given 1839 )
1859 - 1861
JOHN HARPER
Licence suspended 19th August 1862
here July 1862
JOHN WEBSTER by January 1863
Landlord cautioned Tuesday 29th August 1865 for having house open at unlawful hours for the sale of beer.
JOHN PLEASANTS 15.06.1869
WILLIAM DAY 10.10.1885
WILLIAM SIMON GILBERT 23.09.1886
HENRY MANN 28.08.1887
EDWARD BOSWELL 26.11.1889
JOHN POINTER junior 19.12.1889
WILLIAM STARLING 06.08.1890
THOMAS NELSON 16.02.1892
ROBERT COOPER 12.10.1909
BENJAMIN EVERETT GIRLING BLOGG 04.10.1927
ERNEST MANN 31.08.1937
ALBERT ARTHUR HARBORD 29.12.1942
MAY HARBOARD 05.04.1949
DANIEL MAURICE BLADE 05.04.1950
HORACE HENRY SEAMAN 21.11.1950
CHRISTOPHER FRANK HINTON 08.02.1955
HAROLD DAVEY SEMMENCE 17.07.1956
ARTHUR WOOD 01.01.1957
HAROLD DAVEY SEMMENCE 01.10.1957
GEORGE AINSWORTH 19.11.1957


Also found as the OLD TWO BREWERS.

The JOLLY BREWERS 1856.


Freehold premises for Sale by Auction Monday 16th August 1847.
Then let to Messrs. Youngs & Burt, as tenants from year to year at the yearly rent of £16.

For Sale by Auction Monday 31st July 1848.
Then let to Messrs. Youngs & Burt, as tenants from year to year at the yearly rent of £16.

At the sessions held 19th August 1862 the licensee was one of many who were reprimanded for omitting to assist the police, were in the habit of allowing prostitutes to assemble or conducted themselves in a manner that, although they had not been summoned or fined, yet were considered by the magistrates to be improper persons to be entrusted with licenses.
( Mr. Harper was admonished for allowing prostitutes to assemble at his house and since he had `aggravated' his offence his license was suspended.)

At the sessions held Tuesday 25th August 1863 it was heard that John Webster had been at the house for seven months and there had been no complaint. The application for the licence to be renewed was granted.

 

 

Renamed the VIKING STORES by December 1957.

`Trading mainly as an off licence'.