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White Horse
20 OLD HAYMARKET St. PETER MANCROFT - CLOSED 1897
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1  (1867 to 1894)
YOUNGS & Co  
Licensees :
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Mr FRANCIS December 1744 
ROBERT CATTERMOW
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764 
JOSEPH JASY
waterman 
1760 - 1762 
ROBERT DAVEY
tallow chandler 
1763 - 1764 
ROBERT DRAKE  1802 
JOHN JOHNSON
& gardener 
1806 - 1807 
SAMUEL DENT  1810 - 1813 
ABRAHAM GRAVER  1815 
ALEXANDER WATTS TUCK
(Seed Mart) 
1830 
JAMES LEEGOOD  1836 
JAMES JOHNSON
According to Pigot 
1839 
GEORGE LEATH
According to Robson
1839 
ROBERT FOLK
age 30 in 1841 
1841 - 1842 
ROBERT FOLK  at the Seed Mart according to White or
WILLIAM FOLK  as the Magistrates list.
See SEED MART
1845 
WILLIAM CATER BRITTAIN
Died 7th September 1847 - age 40
to September 1847 
ELIZABETH BRITTAIN  1847 - 1850 
SAMUEL HOWMAN
(Seed Mart) 
1851 
SAMUEL HOWMAN 1854 - 1858 
GEORGE POTTER 1859 
WILLIAM GARDINER
also as Gardner
Died 4th January 1868 - age 60
by 1861 
JOHN KEDDINGTON 28.01.1868 
DANIEL HERBERT BECK  11.10.1886 

 


Mr. Francis announced December 1744 that he had entered the Inn.

Robert Cattermow is given at the WHITE HORSE, St. Peter Mancroft from 1760 to 1764, but Joseph Jasy is also given at a WHITE HORSE, St. Peter Mancroft 1760 -1762 and Robert Davey is there 1763 - 1764.

Address 1802 as 2 Haymarket.

Offered for sale 29th September 1813, occupant then Samuel Dent

The Household Furniture and other Effects of Abraham Graver were to be sold at auction Wednesday 11th October 1815, for the benefit of his creditors.

William Cater Brittain, recorded as occupier of the WHITE HORSE, Haymarket, cut his own throat on the night of Saturday 4th September 1847. He survived until the following Tuesday. A verdict of `Temporary insanity' was delivered at his inquest held Wednesday 8th September 1847.

Recorded 17th March 1888 as the property of Charles Crawshay and as formerly the SEED MART.

An application was made Saturday 22nd August 1891, by Daniel Beck, for a music licence in order that the hand-bell ringers of St. Peter Mancroft could carry out their practice at his house. Granted.

The house appears to have been known generally as the SEED MART from the early 1800's to c1851.

Licence dropped 23.08.1897.

House demolished soon after closure.