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10 St. ANDREWS STREET
BROAD STREET
St. JOHN MADDERMARKET FULL LICENCE CLOSED 29.01.1910
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
SEAMAN & Co  
GRIMMER & Co 1872
LACONS by 1909
Licensees :
-  
EDWARD O'NEWTON
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
JAMES DAWSON 1806 - 1807
EDWARD STUBBS 1810 - 1842
EMILY STUBBS
according to White
1845
GEORGE STUBBS
as Magistrates list 1845
age 30 in 1850
See below
1845 - 1854
EDWARD STUBBS 1858 - 1865
Fine of 5s and costs of £1 1s 6d on Tuesday 17th June 1857.
See opposite.
JOHN STUBBS by 1867
MARY ANN STUBBS 21.08.1868
CHARLES STUBBS 04.04.1876
SARAH STUBBS 31.12.1878
ROBERT WILDEN 18.11.1879
MARY WILDEN 15.11.1881
HANNAH GOODSON 13.02.1894
FRANK ROSE 24.07.1906
ROBERT RAMM 06.04.1908

In May 1860, George Stubbs had again commenced as a  wholesale and retail coal merchant in addition to his Carting Department. His address was Stamp Office Yard, St Andrew's Broad Street, Norwich.

Ancient buildings ( said to date from 1560 ) including the White Horse,
awaiting demolition 1969.

Address as Wymer Street 1810

Location 1845 as `Near the Museum '.

Recorded ( in error ? ) under White Hart 1850 & 1852

Edward Stubbs was fined 17th June 1857 for having caused a nuisance by removing manure and offensive matter at an unreasonable hour. A quantity of soil had been removed from the stables of the UNICORN by James Cutting, an employee of Stubbs, at between 10 and 11 on the morning of 4th June. Although William Amis, who assisted in loading the waggon, said he smelt nothing, a Mr. Bardwell said he had visited the yard to find the whole atmosphere of the locality pervaded by a very offensive odour. Cutting said that afterwards, he had gone to three other places to make up the load.

As the OLD WHITE HORSE 1890.

Licence provisionally refused 09.02.1906 and referred to Compensation.

Closed under compensation 29.01.1910.


This ancient timbered house was demolished in 1969 to make way for a pre-fabricated building subsequently used as a bank. This in turn was demolished by the 1980's and the site still derelict 2002. Accommodation built on site by 2010.