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4 St. JAMES PLACE
COUNTY COURT ROAD
SEDGEFORD LANE  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 02.01.1967
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 (August 1872 to 1965)
EYRES  
MILLER  
BENTLEY  
ELIJAH EYRES  
MORGANS  
STEWARD & PATTESON from 02.10.1961
Licensees :
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REBECCA DRISCOLL
(Rebekah Driskell 1846)
1845 - 1846
ROBERT WEBB
age 49 in 1851
1850 - 1854
REBECCA WEBB * 1856
WALTER WAGG
& cow keeper
by 1858
Monday 4th July 1859 - Fine of 5s and 12s costs for having house open for the sale of beer at 11:00 am on the previous morning. ( Sunday opening hour being 12:30 pm.)
CHARLES CATER (Carter ?) 11.08.1873
Mrs. ELIZABETH CATER
(Elizabeth Carter 1879)
12.02.1877
HENRY GRAINGER 11.08.1879
WILLIAM WHITTAKER 28.03.1881
On Sunday 19th March 1882 Sergeant Smith discovered 5 or 6 persons in the house at about 3:30 am. Since this was a first offence Whittaker was fined £2 and 7s costs on Monday 27th March.
Mr. & Mrs. Whittaker were each fined 1s on 4th September 1882. See below.
ROBERT SIMMONS 07.02.1927
WILLIAM CHARLES MOORE 02.07.1934
JOHN G. ROSE 04.01.1960
LEONARD VERNON EDWARDS 07.03.1960
GEORGE PARFREMENT TIBBS 08.04.1963


William and Elizabeth Whittaker were found on the licensed premises of John Rippengale (ELEPHANT & CASTLE)  during prohibited hours on Sunday 16th July 1882. On Monday 4th September they were each fined 1s and costs.

Lot No. 1 - the RED COW - in a Sale by Auction Friday, 24th September 1858.
Described as newly erected with cottage, large yard, cart shed and stables at the back thereof. Situated on the east side of South Street, St. James's Place, Kings Lynn, and now in the occupation of Walter Wagg and others. Annual rents £20.


Freehold public house offered for sale by auction 22nd July 1878.
Described as being close to one of the free entrances to the Public Walks.

Market day extension granted 1956

Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
84 barrels of beer
25 spirits.

Letter dated 13th January 1966 from S&P states that "the house is planned to close later in the year."

Closed 2nd Jaqnuary 1967 according to S&P documents.
Later demolished.

Well used gates shortly before demolition - Image thanks to Ian Hall 08.2020

Shortly before demolition - Image thanks to Ian Hall 08.2020
Images thanks to Ian Hall