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18 MUSPOLE STREET St. GEORGE COLEGATE   CLOSED 30.04.1962
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 ( 1867 to 1965 )
BULLARDS as given 1845
Licensees :
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WILLIAM EDWARD FILBY 1845
LEGGATT COBB 1850
WILLIAM FREESTONE 24.06.1854
GEORGE WILLIS 29.09.1862
Wednesday 9th September 1863 - Fine of 1s and costs for selling out of hours - See opposite.
WILLIAM WILLIS 17.04.1886
WILLIAM DOWSON 08.05.1888
DAVID FRANCIS 15.11.1898
Mrs ELIZA FRANCIS 20.06.1899
GEORGE ARTHUR FOREMAN 27.11.1907
JAMES RICHARD LAMBERT 12.10.1909
HENRY GILBERT TAYLOR 07.02.1910
GEORGE SCOTT 11.02.1915
HERBERT ALFRED ALLMAN 06.02.1917
HANNAH ELIZABETH ALLMAN 21.08.1917
HERBERT ALFRED ALLMAN 17.06.1919
Convicted 07.04.1921 of selling out of hours.
Fine 10/- or 7 days detention.
WILLIAM HENRY COGMAN 06.02.1923
WILLIAM STAFF 12.05.1936
ARTHUR BERTRAM MARSHALL 11.02.1941
WILLIAM JAMES SADD 10.10.1950
WALTER JAMES FREEMAN 11.03.1952
REGINALD MOORE 06.05.1958
( Closed 30.04.1962 )
JOHN KEDGE
15.05.1962


Muspole Street 1952
c1952

Also given as the WELLINGTON TAVERN.

Location given as near Alms Lane in 1845.

On Sunday 3rd September 1863, Sergeant Smith was passing the house at about a quarter to one o'clock in the morning and saw three men standing at the bar with glasses of beer. Upon warning the licensee that the house should have closed he was offered a glass of beer, which he refused. The three men drank up and left but created a great disturbance outside and called the policeman a b***** tea-totaller and an enemy to publicans. Hearing that Mr. Willis had kept the house for twelve months without a complaint, he was only fined 1s and costs.

Bullards advised by a letter dated 18th May 1962 that the house would close for trading on the terminal hour of 30th April 1962.