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SHIP KINGS LYNN Kings Lynn
Ship
23 BRIDGE STREET
BOAL LANE
STONEGATE  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 12.06.1941
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to PS 4/3/3  (August 1872 to 1956)
W. & T. BAGGE   
RICHARD BAGGE   
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE     
STEWARD & PATTESON   
Licensees :
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JOHN BRAY 1822 - 1830
ANN BRAY 1836 - 1845
WILLIAM SYER
age 49 in 1851
from 1846
WILLIAM SYER junior 30.03.1874
JESSE BOARDMAN 30.07.1883
SAMUEL PEARMAN 06.01.1890
FRANCES PEARMAN 30.07.1900
WALTER HENRY PEARMAN
(son of the late Frances Pearman)
12.01.1903
FRANK SKIPPER 17.07.1905
OSGOOD CHARLES HUME 05.02.1912
ERNEST WILLIAM REED
(Temporary licence was granted August 1912)
07.10.1912
THOMAS JOHN CRAKE 06.04.1914
ELIZABETH CRAKE 03.01.1916
HERBERT WILFRED CRAKE 04.01.1926
SYDNEY WOODHOUSE 08.07.1940
ALBERT ERNEST MASSINGHAM
Brewery representative
05.01.1942

 


The SHIP Alehouse as deeds dated 1678.

referenced at Stonegate in 1738, 1774 & 1776.

Licence refusal considered at the Kings Lynn Compensation Authority Meeting on Tuesday 9th July 1907. Chief Constable Payne said that there were six licensed houses within 250 feet, presenting a menace to the best interest of that part of town, and the Ship was structurally the worst. Also the Ship was selected since it catered for the least customers.
The Chairman said that insufficient evidence was given to support refusal and so the licence was renewed.

Destroyed by enemy action 12th June 1941.

184 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.
Reason for closure given as destruction by enemy action.

Licence held under suspense under
Section 10 of the 1942 Finance Act.

No application made for renewal 02.02.1953.

Licence voluntarily surrendered and property disposed of unlicensed.

Possibly the same as the SHIP BONETTA, as named 1761