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24 BROAD STREET
New Conduit Street
NEW CONDUIT WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 08.05.1964
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
Mrs ELIZABETH SHIPP of Kings Lynn
CHARLES I. IVES ( Trustee ) of Wootton ( Leased to Bullards ? )
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE   
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased 1929
Licensees :
   
GEORGE PARFREMENT 1845 - 1846
CHARLES DOCKING
age 57 in 1851
1850 - 1854
WILLIAM BOSTOCK
& basket maker
1858
EMMA RAYNER
Age 32 in 1861
1860 - 1861
JOHN ENEFER 1863 - 1864
JAMES POOLEY 1865
Mrs ELIZABETH SHIPP by 1868
JOHN BARRETT 10.08.1874
HENRY JEX 12.01.1885
HENRY MAURAN 11.10.1886
CHARLES BARNES 23.06.1890
PAGE BURTON 13.10.1890
EMMA JANE READ 24.07.18 (93?)
WALTER JOSEPH WILLIAMS 16.10.1893
LEAH SUSANNAH WILLIAMS 07.01.1895
HENRY SAMUEL WHITTAKER 08.04.1895
EDWARD GOODSON by 1925
EDWARD CHARLES GIRDLESTONE 06.03.1939
FREDERICK CHARLES DAWS 03.07.1944
EDWARD VICTOR COTTON 01.10.1951
ALBERT HUGH PORTER 06.07.1953
HAROLD LEONARD TWEEN 03.01.1955
KENNETH HOMEWOOD 04.01.1960
JAMES GORDON SMITH 09.03.1961
HENRY ALEXANDER CHESSON 08.06.1964


In court Monday 10th December 1860 it was heard that at one time Robert Ward, alias Farmer, had lived with Emma Rayner as man & wife.
On 27th November Ward had entered the house and sat next to Miss Rayner and asked if she was to marry anyone. Before she could answer, Ward drew a razor across her throat saying ` Before you shall marry any one  else, I will do you.' Miss Rayner called her sister Mary Ann who assisted her and called for Doctor Smythe. Ward then threw the razor onto a table in front of Charles Parr, William Rungay, Edward Raby and the charwoman, Sarah Colman. Ward expressed satisfaction with his deed saying that `no one else could have her' and that he would not run away. Constable Tungate took the prisoner into custody. Doctor Smythe stitched up the wound and it was only by 10th December that Miss Rayner was able to attend court.
Ward was fully committed to Norwich Castle for trial at the next assizes....... to be continued.

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Leased to Bullards - Lease not renewed upon expiry 25.03.1904.

Damaged by enemy action 12.06.1942.


Market day extension granted during 1956.

`Temporarily closed 08.05.1964'.

70 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Licence surrendered upon grant of Off Licence to same premises.
Purchased by Green & Wright and converted into an Off Licence which opened Thursday 25th November 1965

Demolished during `Covent Garden' development April 1970