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MORGANS  
Licensees :
M. A. STOCKDALE 1854
WARDLE WILKIN 1856
JOHN DAWSON 1856
HENRY JOHN DEWSON 1858 - 1869
THOMAS COURTMAN 1872 - 1877
JOHN PORTER 1879 - 1888
THOMAS JOHNSON
& sawyer
1890 - 1892
WALTER NEAL * 1896
ROBERT BLADE
( went to FERRY BOAT )
* 1900
ARTON BLADE 1904 - 1908
JOHN SAGE November 1908 - July 1908
FREDERICK SELF 1912 - 1922
ERIC EDWARDS by 1925
to closure

Lord Bentinck was Member of Parliament for the Borough of Kings Lynn 1828 - 1848.

West Lynn  was included within the Borough of Kings Lynn under the County of Norfolk Review Order 1935

John Sage was previously at the NEW INN, Wootton Road. He swapped positions with Arton Blade in October 1908 and was at the Bentinck for some nine months. He then took a baker's shop ( With off-licence attached ) in Peterborough before travelling to Canada in 1911 where he was employed as an inspector on the railway. Visiting the United States he purchased a fruit farm in Jacksonville, California. He returned to England to take his wife and family to their new home. The journey to the United States was as third class passengers. The names on the booking were John Sage, Annie Sage, Stella Sage, George Sage, Douglas Sage, Frederick Sage, Dorothy Sage, William Sage ( child ), Ada Sage ( child ), Constance Sage ( child ) and Thomas Sage ( Child ). They were due to sail from Liverpool on the Philadelphia, an American ship, but that was prevented from sailing from industrial action. Instead they took the Titanic sailing from Southampton. None of the above survived.




Note : Craven gives two entries in 1856.