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17 TOMBLAND St. GEORGE TOMBLAND FULL LICENCE See LOUIS MARCHESI
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
STEWARD & Co Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson & Steward
WATNEY MANN  
NORWICH BREWERY  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM TROWER 1783 - 1798
JAMES LEA 1802
Mrs. JANE LEA
(Married John Cooper Sunday 20th May 1808)
1806 - 1808
W. SMITH 1810 - 1811
DANIEL FIDDYMONT 1822
THOMAS LOVEWELL 1830
HENRY MORRIS
Died Friday 15th July, aged 46, leaving a wife and ten children.
to July 1831
Mrs. MORRIS, widow July to September 1831
JOHN BUSHELL 1831 - 1839
JAMES HOWELL 1842
EDWARD HOWELL
At Yarmouth Bridge Inn, Norwich by 1851 census
1845 - to at least October 1850
WILLIAM TIFFIN 1852 - 1855
JOHN AYLMER 1856
J HERRELL 1858
FRANCIS RILEY by 08.1858 - 1864
JOSEPH WILDE by 11.1864
BENJAMIN THOMAS RUFUS BLOMFIELD 12.05.1896
MARY ANN BLOMFIELD 24.08.1900
JAMES RUFUS BLOMFIELD
(son)
23.10.1902
ARTHUR HENRY BLYTH 09.10.1906
THOMAS SHALDRACK 28.11.1911
REGINALD THOMAS SHALDRACK 15.05.1923
ALBERT EDWARD RUSHMER 25.08.1925
Convicted 26.11.1926 of permitting gaming.
Fine £1 or 13 days
DAVID THOMAS MAXTED 05.04.1929
ROBERT HARDINGHAM 16.11.1937
RONALD REGINALD STEVENS 12.03.1940
GERALD RAYMOND ATTOE

See Louis Marchesi

02.09.1975



c1960

Dates from 1771.
Built on site of earlier 14thC building,
of which the crypts survive.

Address in 1802 as 13 Tombland.

Advertised 27th August 1831 To Let with Immediate Possession. Then in occupation of Mrs. Morris.

John Bushell acquainted his Friends and the Public that he had taken the Inn, 1st October 1831.

Mr. Edward Howell prepared a most excellent dinner for the 19th anniversary of the Eldon Club, held in the Club-room on Tuesday 8th October 1850.The event was said to be the most joyous and spirited celebration since the society was instituted in 1831.


On 30th June 1852, eighteen year old Edward Aldous was sentenced to two weeks in prison having pleaded guilty, Wednesday 30th June 1852, of having obtained a coat from inn-keeper William Tiffin, under false pretences. He was placed in the infirmary owing to a cancerous arm. He had stolen the coat from the WAGGON & HORSES.

Licensee William Tiffin appeared before the magistrates on Saturday 20th January 1855 charged with conducting himself improperly towards one of the officers and two of the privates of the West Norfolk regiment of militia.
On the 17th January one of the privates had complained to his officer that he was not allowed to smoke within the premises at which he, and others, were billeted.
Lieutenant Bedingfield and Sergeant Tuck investigated and Tiffin used offensive language towards the officer. For that Tiffin apologised but said that the private had smoked in the kitchen whilst cooking was going on and had refused to go to the porter room where it was allowed.
The private confirmed the situation and both parties were advised to accommodate each other in the future.

Offered to Let from Michaelmas 1856 having recently undergone extensive alterations and repairs and replete with every convenience required. An excellent Coach-house attached and Stabling for 40 Horses.
Apply to Messrs. Steward, Patteson, Finch and Company, Pockthorpe.

7th August 1858 - Frank Riley (Francis) thanked his friends at the WHITE FRIAR'S TAVERN, for their support over many years and advised that he had taken the WAGGON & HORSES, where they would find everything comfortable and thoroughly up to the mark.
P.S. CALL IN AT THE "WAGGON".

Joseph Wilde announced 5th November 1864 that he had taken over from Mr. Frank Riley.

Renamed the LOUIS MARCHESI in 1976.








See page 32 of `Norwich In Old Postcards - Vol 2 ' published 1989.