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9 St. PETERS STREET
Upper Haymarket
St. PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 15.04.1915
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 to 1925 )
FROMOW Family 1746/1748 to 1772/1784
STEWARD & Co Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co as recorded in documents dated 1837 to 1851
PHILIP HALDINSTEIN of Queen Street 1880
ROBERT FIDDY 1888
Licensees :
WILLIAM BARNARD
yeoman
1546
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WILLIAM ADAMS 1760 - 1764
JOSEPH COLLINGS
(Went to NEW INN January 1777)
1776
WILLIAM WARD
Bankrupt April 1782
January 1777
JAMES COTTON 1783
ELIZABETH COTTON 1787 -1802
THOMAS CHAMBERLAIN
& grocer
1806 - 1820
T. HURRY 1822
EDWARD PAINTER 
(Ned Painter - famous as a boxer)
1823 - 1835
JAMES JUST
age 40 in 1841
1836 - 1841
LUCAS DeCAUX 1842 - 1843
MARY ANN DeCAUX October 1843 - 1845
JOHN BARNARD 1850
HENRY CRICKMORE
age 35 in 1851
1851 - 1856
S WOOLSEY
Went to WALNUT TREE SHADES
1858 - 1859
JOHN BROWNE by * 1861
ROBERT COLLETT 22.06.1873
WILLIAM MEADOWS
(previously at the COACH & HORSES)
05.02.1874
ALFRED FRANCIS SPANTON 03.04.1883
THOMAS HUGHES 14.12.1886
ROBERT FIDDY 10.10.1888
ELIZABETH FIDDY 30.12.1902
HERBERT ROBERT FIDDY 06.04.1908
EMMA ELIZABETH FIDDY 13.02.1914
RICHARD WILLIAM NOCKOLDS 24.11.1914
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Thanks to Andy Shelley for added information 13.06.2003

Address in 1806 as 11 Theatre Street & 39/41 St Peters Street,
as Back St. Peters Street in 1830.
As Near the Church 1845.


An inn is named in this location in 1529, trading under the sign of PETER KY. The owner of the inn was John Noble ( Nobill ) who bequeathed it to his wife, Joan.

A White Hart is named in 1568.

Mentioned in the trial of Royalist rioters in 1648.
( Following blowing up of Committee House in what is now Bethel Street )

Assessed for 28 lights in the window tax of 1758 and 1759.
In 1774 and 1767 the number of lights had risen to 30.

William Ward announced 24th January 1777 that he had taken the Inn and laid in a fresh Stock of Neat Wines, French Brandy, Jamaica Rum, and other Spirituous Liquors.
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The Creditors of the Bankrupt William Ward were requested to meet at the house on Monday 29th April 1782 in order to receive a Dividend arising from the sale of his Effects.

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A sale was held here on the 20th January 1783 of the
Estate, late of Mr Timothy Titter, Distiller, deceased, situate
in the Parish of St Margaret, in the City of Norwich; consisting of a
Dwelling house, Shop, Distillery, and Warehouses, late in the Occupation of the said Mr Titter, and a Tenement adjoining to the said Dwelling-house.
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One of 40 houses named as being engaged for the Reception of Freeholders for Sir John Woodhouse and Sir Edward Astley's Friends on the Day of Election, Wednesday 14th April 1784.
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On 20th April 1787 George Kerridge was acquitted of stealing a silver spoon from Mrs. Cotton, at the White Hart.
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Conveyed 10th July 1806 from Waller Rodwell Wright, of Bury, Suffolk, esq. his wife Mary Ann, James Moore the elder of Norwich, gent. & James Moore the younger of Norwich, Gent., to Thomas Chamberlain, innkeeper & Thomas Lubbock, gent.
In 1809 Thomas Chamberlain obtained a mortgage for £350.
A mortgage of £700 was obtained 25th March 1814 between Messrs Thomas Churchman Hubbard, Thomas Chamberlain and Gardiner Chapman.
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For Sale by Auction Wednesday 8th December 1819 with excellent dining room, three good parlours, a cooking kitchen, a bar, excellent wine vaults and beer cellars. An extensive yard for Carriages and stabling for 60 horses.
Freehold Estate.

Advertised again for sale in the Norfolk Chronicle of 15th January 1820.
`That well accustomed Inn.....Mr. Chamberlain the current occupier will show the premises.....for price and details apply to Mr. John Lamb, butcher, Market Place or Millard & Murray, Solicitors, Norwich.

The surrender of the residue of a term of 500 years by Harriett Barwell, widow and Thomas Chamberlain was dated 23 March 1820
Edward Painter took on the mortgage in 1829

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For Sale by Private Contract June 1829.
Possession from Lady Day 1830.

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Mary Ann Decaux, widow, thanked the Friends of her late husband for their patronage and solicited a continuation of their favours - 7th October 1843.

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The Valuable modern sitting and bedroom furniture, plated goods, china. glass, bar, store room and kitchen effects of Mr. S. Woolsey were for sale by auction on Tuesday 27th September 1859, since he was moving to the WALNUT TREE SHADES.
Rare oil paintings and a billiard table were among the sale items.

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For Sale by Auction Thursday 4th December 1873, then in occupation of Messrs. Steward & Co at the annual Rent of £90.
containing Bar, Tap-room, Porter-room, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, Cellar, Skittle-ground, Market-room, with separate entrance from Yard; long Dining-room (Forming two occasional rooms), Sitting-room, Eight Bed-rooms, Water Closet, &c.
Spacious Yard with Stabling for Thirty Horses and other Stables and Loose Boxes, Hay Lofts, Gig-house &c.

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For Sale by Auction Wednesday 30th May 1888, occupied by Messrs. Steward & Patteson, or their under-tenant at a Rental of £75 per annum.
A great improvement could be made by throwing out a Bar into St. Peter's Street, and the Yard offering a desirable situation for Warehouses and Business Premises, Possession at Michaelmas.

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Carried board in 1890's advertising H. Fiddy as a Job Master and Carriage Proprietor. Rubber tyred Landaus and Funeral Carriages were offered for hire.

Licence dropped 15.04.1915

 

House No. 158 on 1845 Magistrates list.