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51 St. STEPHENS STREET St. STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 1867
FREE TRADE Selling Thornton & Company's Prime Suffolk Amber Ales ( Brewed in Beccles ), plus London Stout and Mild Porter in 1834. Edinburgh Stingo also available.
Supplied by Steward & Co only during the year 1838 to 1839
DOWSON as given 1845
Licensees :
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WILLIAM GIRLING / GITLING 1810 - 1822
WILLIAM GARDINER 1830
JOHN WILLIAM MONK 1833 - 1836
JAMES SMITH 1842 - 1844
HENRY CUSHING 1845 - 1846
JONATHAN DADE 1850
WILLIAM RAYNES
Age 34
1851
Mr. SLATER 1853
PETER YOUNGS
according to Craven
1856
ROBERT JOHN WOODS
according to Melville
1856
WILLIAM JERMY 1858
WILLIAM AUSTIN 1859
ANN BROWN 1861
WILLIAM ATKIN here 01.1864
Saturday 30th January 1864 - Charged with permitting disorderly conduct in his house.
Since he had only kept the house but a short time, he was fined 20s and costs of 11s.
ALBERT DAVID LANE
( Given at the Oriental by Simpson )
1864
SAMUEL TRAGHEIM 1865



Given as the GOLDEN WHEATSHEAF 1856, 1863, 1864 & 1865.

The Household Furniture of Mr. Smith, late of the Wheatsheaf, was offered for Sale by Auction, Monday 15th April 1844.
Sale held in the Large Room of the VICTORIA GARDENS, St. Stephens.

All the Household Furniture, Implements in Trade, excellent five-motion beer engine, spirit fountain with ten stop taps, superior Bagatelle Table with slate bed, ivory balls and mahogany frame, panel counter and fittings, pewter quart and pint measures, liquor and other glasses, five featherbeds, bedding and other effects, were offered For Sale by Auction, on the Premises, Thursday 23rd December 1852.

Advertised To Let June 1853, the owner retiring from business.
Comprising seven Bed-rooms, Liquor Shop, Parlour and Bar in front. Two Stables, Lock-up Gog-house and large Yard.
Incoming £40 including fixtures.
Apply to Mr. Slater at the Premisres.


To Let from Michaelmas 1856, with Liquor Shop in front, Bar-room, a large back room, Kitchen, eight bed-rooms, a Club-room upstairs, two Stables, Gig-house and large Yard.
Named the GOLDEN WHEATSHEAF INN.
Enquire of Mr. Slater, Belgrave Cottage, Regent Road, Great Yarmouth or Messrs. Winter & Son, St. Giles, Norwich.
Also a Fancy Shop, belonging to the above Premises, adjoining.

Offered for sale by auction Monday 11th September 1865 containing Front Shop, Back Sitting-room, Sitting-room upstairs and four Bed-rooms, also a Cellar. Then in occupation of Mr. Tragheim at annual rent of £24.



Stood next to the ironmongers shop of Mr. Pigg in 1865.