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THREE TURKS NORWICH T index
6 WESTWICK STREET St. LAWRENCE - CLOSED
WESTON Part of the estate of the St. Georges Brewery, purchased by Youngs & Co at auction Thursday 18th August 1864
YOUNGS & Co  
BULLARD & SONS as given September 1862 - Leased from YC&Y ?
Licensees :
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JOSEPH BARTLE
worsted weaver
1760 - 1762
JOHN BOUGIN 1810
JOHN HARBORD 1810
........ 1811
ROBERT WOODHOUSE 1830
ELIZABETH WESTGATE 1836
JOHN HART BOUGEN / BOUGHEN 1839 - 1845
JOHN HART BOUGHEN junior
(John Hart Bowgen is given at Lower Westwick Street in 1851 - aged 37 and a chair maker)
1846 - 1850
JOHN FROWMOW 1854
ROBERT CODLING 1856
JAMES HINDRY 1861
Mr. SANDS 1864



Location given as St. Gregory in 1760 & 1830
(The adjoining parish)

Two entries in 1810 Norwich directory.

Robert Woodhouse is given at the THREE VATS in 1822
(Address as St. Lawrence Steps)

As at Lower Westwick Street in 1845


Messrs. Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs offered the Three Turks for sale on Monday 31st October 1864. House then in occupation of Bullard & Sons.

 

House No. 226 on 1845 Magistrates list.