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45 FRIAR STREET
opposite SOUTHGATE STREET
NORTH END WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1907
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/3 (August 1872 to 1956)
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MILLER  
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Licensees :
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STEPHEN SADD 1822
JOSEPH RICHARDSON 1830 - 1847
HENRY SMITH 05.07.1847
MORRIS GEE
age 31 in 1851
1850 - 1851
JOHN BOWLES 1854 - 1856
JOHN LEGGETT
(renewed tenancy 21.08.1867)
1858 - 1868
Mrs SARAH LEGGETT 1869
ANN TUCK by 1871
SOPHIA WAGG 25.11.1872
Summoned 5th February 1873 - See opposite.
Convicted 25.08.1873 of suffering gaming - Fine 20/-
JONATHAN HAMMOND 12.10.1885
ARTHUR EDWARD OAKES
& coal merchant
(age 25 in 1891)
12.04.1886
to closure




Recorded as No. 43 Friar Street 1836 & 1846.

Southgate Street 1888

24 Friars Street 1904.

Joseph Richardson renewed his tenancy 31.08.1846
and John Leggett renewed 21.08.1867

On Wednesday 5th February 1873, Sophia Wagg was summoned by the Urban Sanitary Society for having, on 14th December 1872, exposing in a public place, a certain bed and clothing infected with small pox. The items had been been hung on a beam in the skittle alley and some visiting parties had been stricken down with small pox.
Sophia Wagg denied the offence and claimed that everything was done to disinfect the clothes and bed.
Without penalty, the costs of the hearing were £1 7s which the magistrates considered to be far too large a sum for Wagg to pay, the case was therefore dismissed.

Offered for sale by auction 22nd July 1878
as a Freehold Public House.

Referred for Compensation 11.02.1907
Licence extinct 25.01.1908