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TAVERHAM HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1931
BLOFIELD, TAVERHAM & WALSHAM REGISTER taken 9th September 1789 & 17th September 1794 and TAVERHAM LICENCE REGISTER PS 27/8/1 - PS 27/8/2 (1903 to 1975) (note 1887 to 1903 missing)
St GEORGE's BREWERY WESTONS - Sold to Y,C&Y at auction Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY & YOUNGS Licence removed 1931 to premises in Costessey. Originally to be known as the NEW INN, but soon changed to the CROWN.
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HARDY 1789 - 1794
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JEREMIAH PRATT
Age 60 in 1841
1836 - 1841
EDMUND POINTER
age 51 in 1854
(Reported as Edmund Painter 1848)
1845 - 1872
MARY ANN WHITTAKER 06.09.1873
JAMES CLEMENTS 11.10.1873
CHARLES EDWARD STEBBING 27.01.1877
JOHN BIRCHAM junior
(also given 1904)
22.05.1880
WILLIAM BLOOM 22.10.1904
HERBERT GEORGE EWEN 21.10.1905
EMANUEL DUFFIELD 08.02.1908
WALTER CHARLES PALMER
Age 54 in 1911
06.02.1909
CHARLES CLARKE 21.10.1911
HENRY THOMAS SMITH 04.01.1913
THOMAS SPEECHLY 07.06.1913
JOHN ALBERT NEAVE 16.10.1915
BERTIE JOHN WILLIAM THURSTON 03.01.1920
BENJAMIN JOHN PLATTEN 18.11.1922
WALTER SOANES 02.10.1926
WILLIAM GEORGE TYRRELL
(Brewers Rep.)
1931


Now Crown Garage

The Character of William Hardy of the Crown, was maliciously aspersed according to a notification dated 10th October 1789. It had been reported that Mr. Hardy, accompanied by John Futter had broken into the Barn of Mr. John Garrod. It was sworn that no such circumstances had ever taken place and so Mr. Hardy gave public notice that any person who repeated the allegation would be prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law. Witness, John Futter, jun. X

 Licence removed to the NEW INN, Costessey 1931.