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Three Tuns Index
60 LOWER KING STREET St. PETER PERMOUNTERGATE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 16.09.1969
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/4 (1867 to 1965)
YOUNGS & Co as given 1867
BULLARDS 1958
WATNEY MANN    
Licensees :
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FRANCIS STUBBING
worsted weaver
1761 - 1763
THOMAS BELL
carpenter
1806 - 1807
JOHN HORN 1822 - 1823
ROBERT LIVOCK 1830
ELIZABETH LIVOCK 1836 - 1839
WILLIAM BEETON
age 25 in 1841
1841 - 1845
JOHN BARBER
age 55 in 1851
1850 - 1854
SARAH BARBER 1856
J PARR 1858
ROBERT THOMPSON
age 40 in 1861
1859 - 1865
WILLIAM HARVEY by 1867
THOMAS SAVORY 01.10.1867
WILLIAM THURSTON
age 33 in 1871
28.06.1870
ROBERT GEORGE NUDD
age 50 in 1891
(wife Martha age 47  in 1891)
23.03.1886
MARTHA NUDD 13.10.1903
JAMES MOORE 29.11.1910
EDWIN ROBERTS BLANCHFLOWER 05.04.1911
WILLIAM GEORGE TYRRELL 05.04.1927
HERBERT JAMES ROPER 10.05.1927
Convicted 07.07.1927 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2 or 21 days detention.
Convicted 09.08.1929 of selling out of hours.
Fine £5 or 1 months detention.
HARRY MOWER 19.11.1929
Convicted 15.03.1930 of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 or 13 days detention.
BERTIE EASTOE 20.10.1931
WILLIAM GEORGE TYRRELL
Died 1941
08.10.1940
BERTRAM NICHOLS
Brewery representative
07.10.1941
BERTIE EASTOE 10.02.1942
FRANCIS THOMAS PAVELEY 09.03.1943
ERNEST PERCY PAVELEY 12.02.1946
WILLIAM ROBERT SYMONDS 23.08.1949
THOMAS RICHARD PAULING 07.10.1952
JOHN LENIHAN 08.02.1955
WALTER WILLIAM STEWARDSON 01.01.1957
PERCY SHEPHEARD 14.02.1961
LAURA HAMMOND 16.05.1961

1970's - Image by Agcach
c1970's image - After closure

Benjamin Bransby is recorded as a `Coach Bender' at Three Tuns Yard in 1830.
(He had previously been recorded as licensee at the ANGLERS, King Street in 1807 and again in 1810)

Daniel Osborn, John Burleigh and Thomas Elsegood caused a disturbance in the house, at three o'clock in the morning of Monday 20th November 1843. In court the following day it was heard that the landlord called N. W. Daynes, Number 19, to clear them out. They resisted and assaulted the constable. There were nine or ten other people in the house at the time. The three accused were all from St. Peter's per Mountergate. Elsegood was at the least fault and was fined 7s and 8s 6d costs or seven days hard labour. The other two received a fine of 10s and 10s 6d costs, or 14 days hard labour.

Given in 1845 as the TUNS.

In a sales document dated 8th May 1888 the property was described as :-
Ground floor comprising Bar, Keeping Room and Small Cellar (Basement cellar not part of the estate). 1st floor sitting room and 2 bedrooms. 3 rooms on 2nd floor and Lean to room on 3rd floor. A Cottage to the rear connected to the house and used as a Wash house with room to let over. The Tuns Yard included Stables, Card Shed, Closets and Bin. The property being let to Messrs. Youngs, Crawshay and Youngs. 

Image by Bill Eastoe.
The Hippodrome Cup - ``Presented to B Eastoe for the Three Tuns Dart Club" This was presented to Bertie by the famous (at the time) piano player, Charlie Kunz.
Thanks to Bill Eastoe for the photograph and information.

 On Tuesday 7th October 1941 the licence was transferred from the late William G. Tyrell to brewery representative Bertram Nichols. A music licence was also granted.
See FERRY BOAT

Closed 1969 under Watney Mann (East Anglia) Ltd.

House No. 22 on 1845 Magistrates list.