NORFOLK PUBLIC HOUSES norfolkpubs.co.uk
NORFOLK NORWICH GT. YARMOUTH KINGS LYNN NAME SEARCH PUBLICATIONS LINKS MYSTERY HOME
SHIP INN GAYWOOD Gaywood index
Kings Lynn index
29 LYNN ROAD FREEBRIDGE - LYNN HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED
FREEBRIDGE-LYNN LICENCE REGISTERS 7th September 1789 & 8th September 1794 & KINGS LYNN LICENCE REGISTERS PS 4/3/3 to 4/3/4 ( 1905 - 1965 )
BAGGES  
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 1929
WATNEY MANN  
-  
Licensees :
-
-  
WILLIAM BOND here 07.09.1789
THOMAS WOODHOUSE 1794
-  
EDMUND PARK
( ex-innkeeper 1851 - Died Q2 1867 age 92 )
1830 - 1846
EDWARD KNAPE
( Age 48 in 1851 - farm labourer living at Highgate )
1850
THOMAS STAGG
Age 29
* 1851
ROBERT FARROW
& millwright
& farmer
Died Q1 1871 - age 75
1854 - 1871
Mrs SARAH FARROW
Age 63 in 1871
1871 -1879
EDWARD FARROW 1881 - 1883
JAMES HODGSON
( Here for about 5 years then took on farm at Leziate Drove.  After 2 years he returned to the licensed trade by taking on Gaywood COCK )
c1884 - 1889
( confirmed here 1888 )
ROBERT GREAVES 1890
FRANCIS CHANDLER
( Died Q2 1899 - age 61 ? )
1891 - 1892
JAMES BALLS 1896 - 1900
ROBERT BENJAMIN AVIS
Age 58 in 1911
( Died December 1926 - age 75 )
1901 - 1922
CHARLES AVIS
Died December 1942 - age 55
by 1925
ALICE MARY AVIS
Died June 1941 - age 53
04.01.1943
HUBERT REGINALD BARKER 05.07.1943
STANLEY GERALD BLYTHE 05.04.1965
.
YVONNE & MICHAEL LINDEMAN 1966 -1975
-  
-  


Copyright © norfolkpubs.co.uk
c1914 - Bagges Ales offered for sale.

Built in 1600's - Partially rebuilt 1938.

The West gable contained a theatre and was frequented by travelling players.

Playbill dated 7th January 1793 announced :-
`At the Theatre, Ship Inn, Gaywood -
Presents the play Richard III
followed by Twiggle & Phiz.
Admission :
Pit - 2d
Gallery - 6d '.

Transferred into Kings Lynn Borough in 1935

Plans to demolish reported 29.03.1999

Demolished by September 2001