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12 St. GILES STREET
St. GILES BROAD STREET
St. GREGORY - CLOSED
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Licensees :
ROBERT BAKER
hatter
1760 - 1762
JAMES CLARKE
plasterer
1763 - 1764
SAMUEL COURTNELL 1783
WILLIAM WEBSTER 1791 - 1798
JOHN BOLTON
( also as Boulton )
1802 - 1813

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.

11 St Giles Street in 1802 ( Peck )

Given as the WOOL POCKET May 29th 1813 when the New Militia Society, established 1812 at the Dove Tavern, were advised to meet at this house following the failure of W, Carr, the late secretary. Mr Bolton having been authorised to take future Monthly Payments.
( The Old Militia Society, established at the Dove Tavern in 1803 were to pay their Monthly Subscriptions at Mr. Thomas Martineau's Counting-house, Magdalen Street, and the Committee would meet on the first Thursday of every month at Mr. Bolton's WOOL-PACK. )

Estates in Pulham St. Mary and Bressingham were sold here, by auction, 12th June 1813.

The NORFOLK HOTEL by 1814