List of Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd pubs

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Morgan's Brewery Co. Ltd

NORWICH

  • 1. Raven Inn, Lower King Street (closed 1873)
  • 2. Nelson Tavern, Bedford Street (ex- William Cann & Co., Wymondham, closed 1918)
  • 3. Cellar House, King Street (d.e.a. 1942)
  • 4. Bull’s Head, later Dart, then Horse & Dray, Ber Street
  • 5. Sons of Commerce, Thorn Lane (closed 1940)
  • 6. Nightingale Tavern, Colegate Street (referred for compensation 1907)
  • 7. Old Friends, Ber Street (closed 1953)
  • 8. Queen Anne, Colegate Street (referred 1909)
  • 9. Seven Stars, Barrack Street (referred 1908)
  • 10. Napier Tavern, Farmer’s Avenue (referred 1909)
  • 11. St. Andrew’s Stores, St. George’s Street (referred 1910)
  • 12. Woolpack Inn, Golden Ball Street (rebuilt 1938)
  • 13. Coachmaker’s Arms, St. Stephen’s Road
  • 14. Prince of Denmark, Sprowston Road
  • 15. Green Dragon, Little London Street (closed 1894)
  • 16. Hot Presser’s Arms, Oak Street (referred 1926)
  • 17. Berstrete Gates, formerly King’s Arms, Ber Street
  • 18. Causeway Tavern (ex- William Cann & Co., closed 1969)
  • 19. Albert Tavern, Devonshire Street (closed 2000)
  • 20. Ale & Porter Stores, later Duke of Connaught, Prince of Wales Road (closed 1968)
  • 21. Alexandra, Old Palace Road (closed 1997)
  • 22. Arabian Horse, Oak Street (referred 1908)
  • 23. Arabian Horse, Twenty One Row, New Lakenham (referred 1911)
  • 24. Bear, Gentleman’s Walk (closed by 1877)
  • 25. Beaufort Hotel, Prince of Wales Road (closed 1969)
  • 26. Black Horse, Wensum Street (closed 1969)
  • 27. Boilermaker’s Arms, King Street (referred 1928)
  • 28. Saracen’s Head, formerly Brass Founder’s Arms, Distillery Street (closed 1969)
  • 29. Britannia Tavern, Botolph Street (referred 1936)
  • 30. Buff Coat, Cattle Market Street (closed 1961)
  • 31. Builder’s Arms, King Street
  • 32. Chequers, Coslany Street
  • 33. Church Stile, St. Peter’s Street (closed 1877)
  • 34. Cirque Unique Imperiale, St. Benedict’s Street (closed 1870)
  • 35. Coach & Horses, Red Lion Street (closed 1984)
  • 36. Cock, Crown Road
  • 37. Cremorne Gardens, Frogs Hall Lane, Thorpe St. Andrew (closed 1910)
  • 38. Crooked Billet, Heigham Street (closed 1893)
  • 39. Crown & Anchor, Calvert Street (closed 1936)
  • 40. Duke of Fife, Thorn Lane (referred 1914)
  • 41. Dyer’s Arms, Lawson Road
  • 42. Elephant & Castle, King Street (closed 1942)
  • 43. Farmhouse Tavern, Colman Road, Eaton
  • 44. Flint House Tavern, formerly Shoulder of Mutton, St. Andrew’s Hill (closed 1906)
  • 45. Flower in Hand, Pitt Street (closed 1965)
  • 46. Free Trade Tavern, Rose Lane (closed 1967)
  • 47. Freemason’s Arms, Hall Road
  • 48. French Horn, Bedford Street
  • 49. Gate House, Dereham Road
  • 50. George & Dragon, Hay Hill (closed 1988)
  • 51. George & Dragon, Upper Walk (closed 1850)
  • 52. Gold Beater’s Arms, Bethel Street (closed 1886)
  • 53. Half Moon, The Walk (closed 1860)
  • 54. John Bull, Union Street (closed 1867)
  • 55. Jolly Dyers, Fishergate (closed 1907)
  • 56. Jolly Dyers, Wensum Street (closed 1902)
  • 57. Jolly Topers, Thorn Lane
  • 58. Kimberley Arms, Thorny Street
  • 59. King’s Head, St. Stephen’s Street (closed 1864)
  • 60. Lamb Inn, Oak Street (closed 1860)
  • 61. Lame Dog, Queen’s Road (closed 1976)
  • 62. Lock & Key, Ber Street (closed 1913)
  • 63. Locomotive, Rupert Street (closed 1967)
  • 64. Lord Nelson, Trafalgar Street (closed 1962)
  • 65. Loyalty Stores, formerly Sardinian Tavern, St. Stephen’s Street (owned by Ind Coope & Co. Ltd. from 1895 to closure in 1911)
  • 66. Magpie, Magpie Road (ex- Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Ltd.)
  • 67. Maid Marion, Ipswich Road
  • 68. Mischief Tavern, Peacock Street (later owned by Youngs, Crawshay & Youngs Ltd., closed 1914)
  • 69. New Brewery Inn, Westwick Street (referred 1941)
  • 70. New Goat, Upper Goat Lane (closed 1861)
  • 71. Norfolk Dumpling, formerly New Cattle Market Restaurant, Harford Market (closed c. 2006)
  • 72. Old Friends, Ber Street (ex- William Cann & Co., closed 1953)
  • 73. Ostrich Inn, Ketts Hill (closed 1939)
  • 74. Philadelphia Brewery, a.k.a. Poplar Gardens, Aylsham Road, replaced by:
  • 75. King Edward VII, Aylsham Road (opened 1903)
  • 76. Plasterer’s Arms, Cowgate Street
  • 77. Plough, Market Avenue
  • 78. Prince of Wales, St. Augustine’s Street (closed 1969)
  • 79. Prince of Wales, formerly Robinson Hotel, Prince of Wales Road
  • 80. Quebec Tavern, Quebec Road
  • 81. Red House, Timber Hill Street
  • 82. Red Lion, later Viking Stores, 19 Magdalen Street (closed 1961)
  • 83. Red Lion, London Street (closed 1913)
  • 84. Red Lion, Yarmouth Road, Thorpe St. Andrew (closed by 2002)
  • 85. Richmond Hill Tavern, Ber Street Gates (closed 1930)
  • 86. Robin Hood, Dereham Road (closed 1956)
  • 87. Ropemaker’s Arms, Drayton Road
  • 88. Royal Oak, St. Augustine’s Street (closed 1972)
  • 89. Royal Oak, Upper King Street (closed 1921)
  • 90. Royal Oak, Essex Street (closed 1957)
  • 91. Shoulder of Mutton, St. Augustine’s Street (closed 1870)
  • 92. Sportsman, Northumberland Street (closed 1975)
  • 93. St. Faith’s Tavern, Mountergate Street (closed 1961)
  • 94. Swiss Cottage, Dereham Road (closed 1971)
  • 95. Two Necked Swan, Oak Street (closed 1865)
  • 96. Two Quarts, Cow Hill (closed 1871)
  • 97. Waterman Tavern, Lower King Street (closed 1961)
  • 98. Whitefriars Inn, Whitefriars Street (closed 1907)
  • 99. White Horse, St. Mary’s Alley (closed 1906)
  • 100. White Rose, Cowgate Street (closed 1907)
  • 101. Wild Man, Bedford Street (owned by Tollemache’s Breweries Ltd., Ipswich by 1953)
  • 102. Woolpack, Botolph Street (closed 1907)
  • 103. Wrestler’s Arms, Barrack Street (closed 1935)
  • 104. True Briton, Long Row, New Catton (closed 1930)
  • 105. Bold Napier, Southwell Road, New Lakenham (closed 1939)
  • 106. Bear & Staff, Fisher’s Lane (closed 1910)
  • 107 Black Boys, Colegate Street
  • 108. Gibraltar Gardens, Heigham Street
  • 109. Saracen’s Head, later Lion & Castle, Distillery Street (closed 1997)
  • 110. Victory, Dereham Road (closed 1997)

NORFOLK OUSIDE NORWICH

  • 1. Bell Inn, Hockwold cum Wilton, near Brandon
  • 2. Queen’s Head, Haddiscoe, near Reedham (closed 1962)
  • 3. White Horse, Briningham, near Holt
  • 4. Windmill Hotel, ?, near Great Yarmouth
  • 5. White Lion, Beccles Road, Toft Monks
  • 6. White Horse, West Street, Cromer
  • 7. Blue Lion, North Pickenham, near Swaffham
  • 8. Hastings Arms, Fulmodeston, near Fakenham
  • 9. Clarence Hotel, Mundesley
  • 10. White Hart, White Hart Street, Aylsham
  • 11. Half Moon Inn, Hungate Street, Aylsham
  • 12. Dog Hotel, Norwich Road, Aylsham
  • 13. Star Inn, Red Lion Street, Aylsham
  • 14. Ship, White Hart Street, Aylsham
  • 15. Horse Shoes, Market street, Shipdham
  • 16. Duke’s Head, Caston, near Attleborough
  • 17. Wellington, Great Yarmouth
  • 18. Black Boys, Aldborough
  • 19. Fox, Church Road, Garboldisham
  • 20. Bridge Inn, Acle
  • 21. Bell Inn, Alderford, near Norwich (closed 1962)
  • 22. King’s Head, Norwich Road, Ashwellthorpe
  • 23. Barge, Antingham, near North Walsham
  • 24. Red Lion, Red Lion Street, Aylsham
  • 25. Three Horse Shoes, Bessingham (closed 1958)
  • 26. King’s Arms, The Street, Binham (closed 1964)
  • 27. White Horse, The Street, Brundall (closed 2001)
  • 28. Lord Nelson, Church Plain, Burnham Market
  • 29. Plough, The Street, Barney (closed 1931)
  • 30. Fox & Hounds, Blofield (closed 1965)
  • 31. Wood End Inn, Bramerton, near Norwich
  • 32. King’s Arms, Westgate Street, Blakeney
  • 33. Anchor of Hope, Buxton Lammas (closed 1969)
  • 34. Lamb Inn, New Street, Cawston (closed 1966)
  • 35. Falcon Inn, the Street, Costessey (closed 1966)
  • 36. Fighting Cocks, Burgh next Aylsham (closed 1963)
  • 37. Black Horse, North Acre, Caston (closed 1962)
  • 38. Ship Inn, Church Street, Cromer (closed 1983)
  • 39. White Horse, Norwich Road, Carbrooke, closed 1938 and replaced by:
  • 40. Flying Fish, Norwich Road, Carbrooke
  • 41. Albert Victor, Church Green, Castle Acre
  • 42. Star, Raynham Road, Colkirk (referred 1927)
  • 43. Magpie & Stump, Church Street, Old Catton (closed 1887)
  • 44. Victory, Tills Road, Old Catton
  • 45. Anchor, Anchor Street, Coltishall (closed 1985)
  • 46. Maltster’s Arms, Railway Road, Downham Market (closed 1965)
  • 47. Railway Station Hotel, Railway Road, Downham Market
  • 48. Black Horse, The Heath, Ditchingham (closed 1977)
  • 49. Duke of York, Norwich Road, Ditchingham
  • 50. Hare Hotel, Station Road, Docking
  • 51. Chequers, Chequer Street, East Ruston
  • 52. King’s Head, Common Road, Erpingham (closed 1962)
  • 53. Bell, Norwich Road, Fakenham (closed 1967)
  • 54. Chequers, high Road, Forncett St. Mary (closed 1983)
  • 55. Star, Barney Road, Fulmodeston (closed 1965)
  • 56. Brickmaker’s Arms, Freethorpe (closed 1962)
  • 57. Plough, Mill Street, Field Dalling (closed 1966)
  • 58. Tramway, Lowestoft Road, Gorleston (leasehold, later leased to Thomas Salt & Co. Ltd., Burton)
  • 59. Volunteer, High Street, Gorleston (later owned by Steward & Patteson Ltd., closed 1907)
  • 60. Crown, Nelson Road, Great Yarmouth
  • 61. New Inn, Weston Road, Gaywood, King’s Lynn
  • 62. Three Tuns, Thursford Road, Great Snoring (closed 1957)
  • 63. Collier’s Arms, Middlegate Street, Great Yarmouth (closed 1924)
  • 64. Cremorne Tavern, Havelock Road, Great Yarmouth
  • 65. Eagle, North Quay, Great Yarmouth (closed 1907)
  • 66. Edinburgh, Market Place, Great Yarmouth (later owned by E. Lacon & Co, closed 1922)
  • 67. John Bull, King Street, Great Yarmouth
  • 68. Two Bears, Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth
  • 69. Upper Ferry Inn, South Quay, Great Yarmouth (closed 1942)
  • 70. Victoria Gardens, Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth (closed 2000)
  • 71. Bushel inn, Grimston (closed 1916)
  • 72. Chequers, Beeston Road, Great Fransham (closed 1954)
  • 73. Maid’s Head, Hainford (closed 1962)
  • 74. Hill House, The Hill, Happisburgh
  • 75. Railway Inn, Hingham Road, Hardingham (closed 1969)
  • 76. Bentinck Arms, West Lynn, king’s Lynn (closed 1954)
  • 77. Norfolk Harvester, Spencer Road, King’s Lynn
  • 78. North Star, Lady Jane Grey Road, King’s Lynn (closed c. 2002)
  • 79. Oak Inn, Tower End, Leziate, near King’s Lynn (closed 1963)
  • 80. Old Falcon, Limpenhoe (closed 1972)
  • 81. Green Man, Holt Road, Little Snoring
  • 82. Swan Hotel, The Street, Long Stratton
  • 83. Railway Tavern, Station Road, North Elmham
  • 84. Crown Inn, Lynn Road, Middleton
  • 85. Buck, High Common, Morley St. Botolph
  • 86. Golden Anchor, Moulton St. Mary (closed 1966)
  • 87. Eagle Tavern, The Street, Neatishead (closed 1984)
  • 88. Three Tuns, Tuns Road, Necton (closed 1969)
  • 89. Buck inn, Fakenham Road, Houghton St. Giles (closed 1964)
  • 90. Feathers Hotel, Market Place, Holt
  • 91. Paul Pry Inn, Hall Street, Holt (closed 1956)
  • 92. Railway Tavern, formerly New Inn, Station Road, Holt
  • 93. Stores, Tower Street, Holt (closed 1913)
  • 94. Dog, Holt Road, Harford
  • 95. Greyhound, The Green, Hickling
  • 96. King’s Head, The Street, Hempnall (closed 1962)
  • 97. White Horse, The Street, Hempstead (closed 1962)
  • 98. Greyhound, Hempstead Road, Hethersett (closed 1996)
  • 99. King’s Head, Norwich Road, Haveringland (closed 1958)
  • 100. Bignold Arms, Drayton Road, Hellesdon
  • 101. Kelling Arms, Kelling, near Holt
  • 102. Bird in Hand, Oulton (closed 1950)
  • 103. King William IV, Pentney (closed 1985)
  • 104. Falgate Inn, Main Road, Potter Heigham
  • 105. Railway Inn, Harling Road, Roudham (closed 1984)
  • 106. Union Jack, Low Road, Roydon
  • 107. White Horse, The Street, Salle (leasehold)
  • 108. Black Horse, Church Square, Scarning (closed 1980)
  • 109. Station Hotel, formerly Dolphin, Railway Approach, Sheringham (closed 1975)
  • 110. Three Horse Shoes, Shropham, near Harling
  • 111. Royal Hotel, The Station, Snettisham
  • 112. Ostrich, Grocer Lane, South Creake
  • 113. New Inn, Wootton Road, South Wootton
  • 114. Dove, North Walsham Road, Sprowston, closed 1909
  • 115. Grebe Hotel, High Street, Stalham
  • 116. Crown, Stow Bridge, Stow Bardolph (closed 1967)
  • 117. Coldham Hall Hotel, Surlingham, near Norwich
  • 118. Windmill Inn, Sutton (closed 1970)
  • 119. Railway Tavern, Balsam Field, Terrington St. Clement (closed 1962)
  • 120. Hare & Hounds, Church Green, Topcroft (closed 1935)
  • 121. Angel, Trowse (closed 1892)
  • 122. Lime Kiln, Trowse Street, Trowse (closed 1885)
  • 123. Horse & Groom, Market Street, Tunstead
  • 124. Jolly Farmers, Small Lode, Upwell (closed 1962)
  • 125. Railway Inn, Bullock Lane, Walpole St. Andrew (closed 1955)
  • 126. Plough, Church Road, Wellingham (closed 1960)
  • 127. Fighting Cocks, West Beckham (closed 1961)
  • 128. Eagle, Church Street, Weston Longville (closed 1964)
  • 129. Kimberley Arms, Low Street, Wicklewood (closed 1963)
  • 130. Black Horse, Mill Road, Wiggenhall St. Germans (closed 1966)
  • 131. Tumbledown Dick, Norwich Road, Wootton (closed 1962)
  • 132. Old Oak, Norwich Road, Wymondham (closed 1969)
  • 133. White Hart, Market Street, Wymondham
  • 134. Orchard Gardens, Mundesley Road, North Walsham
  • 135. Swan Hotel, Norton Subcourse (closed 1962)

SUFFOLK

  • 1. Hulvergate Lodge Inn, Hulver, near Beccles

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

  • 1. British Lion, Ruby Street, Wisbech (rebuilt 1924)
  • 2. Crown Tavern, Great South Street, Wisbech
  • 3. George & Dragon, High Street, Soham
  • 4. William IV, Bury, near Ramsey
  • 5. Men of March, Wisbech Road/ Norwood Road, March (opened 1954)
  • 6. Prince of Wales, Warboys
  • 7. Elder Bush, Soham
  • 8. Black Horse, Soham