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29 SOUTH EVERARD ROAD SOUTHGATE WARD BEERHOUSE, later FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1950
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 (August 1872 to 1965)
EYRES  
MILLER  
BENTLEY  
HENRY BULLARD  
BULLARD & SONS  
Licensees :
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THOMAS PATTERSON
Age 53 in 1861
* 1854 - 1863
Monday 9th May 1859 - Accused of assaulting his wife. See below
ANN JICKLING * 1864
HENRY CLARK * 1865
JOHN J. BLACKMAN 1867 - 1868
WILLIAM WHITEHEAD * 1869
GEORGE HODGSON by 1871
HARRIETT BUNN 14.10.1872
WILLIAM BULLEN 15.10.1877
ROBERT STANTON 27.06.1881
WILLIAM THOMAS COCKS
& carpenter
(Appeared before the Lynn Bankruptcy Court 14.10.1907 as reported in the Lynn Advertiser of 18th October 1907)
17.10.1881
ERNEST ALBERT EASTO (Easter ?) 07.10.1907
WILLIAM HARPER 12.10.1908
ELI GOODWIN 08.01.1912
ELIZABETH AGNES GOODWIN 01.10.1923
HERBERT JARVIS 03.01.1927
WILLIAM ARTHUR ROUSE
(also found as Rowe)
Brewery representative ?
02.02.1953



Thomas Patterson is recorded as a wood carver at South Everard Street in 1854.

Thomas Patterson applied for a (full) licence Monday 30th August 1858 - Refused on the grounds that the application for public benefit was not proved.

In 1861 he is a carver at this address and a carver and gilder in 1863.

The Lynn Advertiser of 19th May 1899:-

Offered for sale by auction by the executors of the late
Mr Edmund Bullard. The sale to take place at the Globe Hotel
on Tuesday May 30th 1899.
The property held by Bullard & Sons Ltd and the
lease to expire on 24th December 1899.

The Lynn Advertiser of 2nd June 1899 recorded that the house
was purchased by a Mr Larkin, of Norwich for the sum of £1,510
 
Licence provisionally removed to `Premises to be built on Losinga Road' 04.02.1950. Provisional removal confirmed 06.03.1950.

Licence & licensee transferred to the DISCOVERY,
which opened in 1955.


  On Monday 9th May 1859 it was heard that Hannah Patterson had left her husband some nine months previously because of ill-treatment, a case that that been before the magistrates many times. She had gone into the workhouse until the middle of February and then lived with a friend for a few weeks before returning to her husband.
Living at the house was a woman named Godbehere who had been seen to have an improper intimacy with Mr. Patterson.
On Thursday 5th May, Mrs. Patterson had left the house with a bundle, but returned for porter to go with her dinner. Her husband refused to allow her the beer and turned her out into the yard, telling Godbehere to lock the doors and not allow her back into the shop again.
The magistrates endeavoured to persuade Mr. Patterson to pay her a separate maintenance of 3s 6d a week, but upon his refusal they imposed a fine of £2 and 19s 6d costs, and in default of payment, two calendar months imprisonment. He was ordered to keep the peace until the next quarter Sessions, bound himself with a surety of £100, and to find two sureties in £50 each.
The money not forthcoming, he was committed to gaol.