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39 NORFOLK STREET PARADISE  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 10.06.1940
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1  ( August 1872 to 1902 )
W & T BAGGE  
RICHARD BAGGE  
T. E. BAGGE  
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
   
WILLIAM PARFREMENT 1791 - 1811
-  
TIMOTHY LUNN
( Died May 1837 - age 58 )
1822
JOHN BUSHELL 1830 - 1839
Mr. SMITH
( Mrs S Smith suddenly here died Friday 24th February 1843 - age 38 )
1843
RICE REYNOLDS
age 49 in 1851
Died Q3 1860
1845 - 1860
Fine of 8s 6d for having persons in the house at illegal hours on Sunday 15th December 1850
Mrs ELIZABETH REYNOLDS
Age 42 in 1861
by 1861
WILLIAM DUNGAR 24.11.1873
JAMES HALES 17.10.1881
ELLEN SOPHIA HALES 15.05.1899
WILLIAM KENT junior 12.10.1908
JAMES CHARLES HENRY HALES 08.01.1912
JOE BLACK 04.01.1915
CHARLES BRIGHTON 12.07.1915
HERBERT AUGUSTUS GREEN 04.10.1915
LEONARD SAUNDERS 05.07.1920
EDWIN THACKER by 1922
MARTHA ANN THACKER 09.07.1928
ALBERT ERNEST MASSINGHAM
( Brewery representative )
08.07.1940

As ANN of BOHEMIA 1751

The KING of PRUSSIA in 1759

The SUN in 1791 & 1822 and the SUN HOTEL in 1846.

Address as 38A in 1890
and 38 Norfolk Street in 1892.

Closed 10.06.1940.
42 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Reason for closure was that trade and licence was to be taken into account for a new house at Gaywood.

Premises damaged by enemy action 12.06.1942.

The licence was noted as `In Suspense under the Finance Act of 1942'
and no application for renewal was made 02.02.1953.
The licence was surrendered and the property disposed of unlicensed.