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grid reference TM 421 907 (approximate location)
The Wherry is listed on the west side of Northgate. According to A Smith's paper "Inns of Beccles in 1929" (supplied by Daryl Ling) it was next door to the Lord Nelson. Unfortunately Smith doesn't tell us which side of that pub, though assuming his narrative is consistent in its direction along Northgate, it would seem to have been the building to the south.
Beccles: Julius TILLETT was fined 2s 6d & 7s 6d costs, for keeping his beer house open during prohibited hours.Ipswich Journal, 29 June 29th 1861**
1861 census order on the west side of Northgate: Marquis of Granby (Schedule 66); Wherry (79); Unnamed (Edward Buck - Waveney) (80); Unnamed (Isaac Piper - unknown) (91).
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)