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26 NORFOLK STREET
opposite ALBERT STREET
PARADISE WARD BEERHOUSE
FULL LICENCE by 1872
CLOSED c1908
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
ELIJAH EYRES  
MILLER  
BENTLEY  
ELIJAH EYRES  
Licensees :
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NOAH DACK * 1836
ROBERT FAYERS
age 40 in 1851
& carpenter
1845 - 1864
JAMES WRIGHT 1865
JAMES COOPER 1868
WILLIAM HOARES 1869
AMELIA HAWES 1871
WILLIAM COZENS 1872
EDMUND FOX 25.11.1872
JANE FOX 13.04.1885
FREDERICK MOORE 12.11.1900
HENRY MARK HERRING 1902
JAMES WOODCOCK
( Licence transferred at Petty Sessions of Monday 27th April 1903, but do not appear in Licence Register until July 1903 )
06.07.1903
ALFRED STEPHEN GRANGE 27.02.1905



Given as a Beerhouse in 1836 but held a full licence before 1872.

On Monday 29th February 1904 an application was made for renewal of the music licence. It was heard that there was a small music room in the house but the only person who used the piano there was Miss Woodcock, daughter of the licensee, who was learning.
The Chief Constable said a licence was not required for that.
For Mr. Woodcock it was said that the licence was held in order to give protection from the law.
Sergeant Rayner said he had known the house for many years and had never heard music there, but there may have been a phonograph.
Licence refused.


Referred for Compensation 10.02.1908.

Licence extinct 21.01.1909