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Two Necked Swan
St. STEPHENS STREET St. STEPHENS - CLOSED by 1869
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1  (1867 to 1894)
STEWARD & Co  
Licensees :
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In spite of James Betts being named at this house in 1864, Owen Murrell is given as landlord in September 1863.
See opposite.


Advertised To Let 27th September 1777 with immediate occupation. Described as a very commodious house, lately rebuilt, with sashed front, good stable and other conveniences, well situated for Country Business; and a Liquor Shop, a great advantage to the house.

All the Household Furniture of Mr Francis Philips were to be sold by auction on Tuesday 21st February 1786.
All creditors were required to send in their account to the Appraiser in order that the assignment of Effects could be made for the equal Benefit of the Creditors.

Illustrated by Ninham in 1791.
Location shown as next to the GEORGE and adjoining Locks Court.

The SWAN WITH TWO NECKS 1830 & 1836

Samuel John Hunt, for 25 years Attached to the Theatre, advised Friends and Fellow Citizens that he had taken the Inn - 28th June 1845.
He would be selling Truman & Co's. London Stout Porter and Steward & Co's. Fine Ales.

On Wednesday 2nd September 1863, 16 year old John Nash was charged with stealing ten medals belonging to the father-in-law of Owen Murrell. As a homeless person he had been given employment at the Two Necked Swan. Accused of stealing a brush he was dismissed that same Wednesday. It was then that the medals and a pair of spectacles were found to be missing. He was sentenced to two months' imprisonment with hard labour.

Closed by 1869 and became a pawnbrokers shop.



 

 

House No. 10 on 1845 Magistrates list.