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93 NORFOLK STREET KETTLEWELL WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1906
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
EYRES   
MILLER    
BENTLEY    
EYRES    
Licensees :
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YOUNGS POTTER 1839
Mrs MARY LORD 1845 - 1850
JOHN BISHOP 1854 - 1858
WILLIAM GRANGER
coal porter & publican
1861
THOMAS WADE 1863 - 1864
JAMES TAYLOR 1865
BLANCHE OLLEY 1867
Mrs ANN POLL 1868 - 1869
HENRY MILTON
labourer & publican
1871
JONATHAN SEAMAN by 1872
JOHN EDWARD HARDEN 25.11.1872
WILLIAM EWER 29.06.1874
CATHERINE EWER 25.03.1878
LIVINGSTONE KERMAN 22.03.1880
JOHN POOLEY 12.02.1883
JABEZ HARDLEY 15.10.1883
JOHN BATTS ALFLATT ( Betts?) 07.01.1884
ABRAHAM PARFREMENT 15.02.1886
EDWIN MARRIOTT 11.10.1886
ANN MARRIOTT 09.04.1894
GEORGE GREEN by July 1902

For sale by auction Tuesday 3rd June 1845.
A Freehold Public House and Shop, occupied by Mary Lord and in full trade. Containing Shop, Tap, Sitting Room, two Sleeping Rooms, Cellar and Offices.


It was reported 12th January 1867 that High street porter Matthew Walker was sentenced to 21 days detention, with hard labour, for striking landlady Blanche Olley.

Lodger John T Day was accused of beating landlady
Emma Green according to the Lynn Advertiser of 2nd March 1903.
On 21st February 1903 the defendant had apparently returned to the house, drunk, at 11pm.
He had gone directly upstairs and had got into bed with two little boys
who slept in the same room. He had struck one of the boys.
Mrs Green had told Day that he must leave the house the next day and
claimed that Day then struck her three times.
He claimed that he had been hit in the eye by Mrs Green and had
only pushed her away. Mrs Green said that Day had been a lodger since July 1902
and had seldom come home sober - he did not drink at the Fox & Hounds.
It was revealed by the Chief Constable that Day had been in court on eight previous occasions and had been sent to gaol for neglecting to maintain his family, and for theft.
Found guilty he was fined 10/- with 6/- costs or 14 days hard labour.
Defendant : `I'll take the 14 days, sir.'

 

Referred for Compensation 12.02.1906
Licence extinct 07.06.1906

Demolished.

A fireback was removed from the premises to the Museum.
Bearing a date of 1846 and the figure of Peace holding an olive branch. The image also shows -
" PAX 1679 ".