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Magpie
5 QUAYSIDE
FYE BRIDGE
St. SIMON & JUDE - CLOSED 1878
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 (1867 to 1894)
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by George Morse
Licensees :
JAMES FREEMAN 1760 - 1810
GILBERT RICHES 1822
GILBERT PRITCHARD 1830
JAMES TOWNSHEND 1836
JAMES DUNN
(listed 1839 at Quayside, but only as coal merchant)
1845 - 1846
WILLIAM TOOLEY
age 30 in 1851
& coal merchant
1851 -  1854
JOHN BLYTH
& waterman
*1858 - *1865
WILLIAM HOLLIS by 1867
GEORGE BLOOM 07.07.1871
JOHN  SWANN 11.10.1875
ROBERT GEORGE COLLETT 21.07.1877
MARY ANN JARY 18.12.1877


Given as the MAGPIE 1760 / 1807 & 1846
As the COCK & PYE in 1822, 1845 & 1854
COCK & MAGPIE 1830 & 1836.

Cock & Pye Yard was situated 2 houses away from the New Star, heading towards Wensum Street.

Application made by Steward & Patteson Tuesday 21st August 1877 to transfer the licence to new premises to be erected in St. Philip, Heigham - Refused.

Licence removed 1878 to premises situated on the corner of St. Philips Road and Stafford Street. Sign changed to the BELLE VUE.

 

House no 291 on 1845 Magistrates list