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72 BLACKFRIARS STREET
St. JAMES ROAD
PARADISE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 01.12.1969
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
W & T BAGGE  
RICHARD BAGGE  
JAMES SEPPINGS  
T. E. SEPPINGS  
HOGGE & SEPPINGS  
BULLARDS  
WATNEY MANN to closure
Licensees :
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ROBERT SMITH 1839 - 1846
JOHN GREEN
age 41 in 1851
1850 - 1854
JAMES STIMSON PISHORN 1856
JAMES WODEHOUSE 
( at the Fleet Tavern Tap )
1856
WILLIAM PILCH
& cricket bat maker
1858
WILLIAM WIGGETT 1861 - 1869
ROBERT HOLMES by 1871
WILLIAM KING 01.05.1882
HARRIETT SARAH NICHOLSON 07.08.1882
WILLIAM KING 14.02.1887
WILLIAM KEAFE 15.10.1894
SUSAN KEAFE 08.04.1895
ROBERT ARTHUR HOWLINS 11.10.1897
CHARLES DAVIS 14.05.1900
Convicted during 1902 of serving a drunken person
Fine 2/6 and 7/- costs
ARTHUR ALDIS ALDRICH 1902
WILLIAM THOMAS FOX 01.02.1909
HERBERT JOSEPH GREEVES 24.07.1911
ALICE MAUD GREAVES 09.07.1928
ERNEST ALBERT LAKE 15.04.1935
CHARLES HENRY OXBROW 08.07.1940
THOMAS LESLIE JAMES WRIGHT 01.01.1951
GEOFFREY GEORGE MAYES 02.01.1956
FREDERICK THOMAS RUSSELL 06.01.1958
THOMAS WILLIAM BENEFER 11.12.1961


Arthur Aldrich died c1916.
He was found drowned in a ditch.
His body had been there for approximately 2 weeks



Blackfriars Street was North Clough Lane before 1845.

Address given as Blackfriars Road 1845 -1861
and as 39 Blackfriars Street from 1871.

Monday March 22nd 1858 - Elizabeth Barber, brothel-keeper and Sarah Ann Magrath, a married woman and one of the former's `family' were accused of stealing a £5 note from Joseph Eastwood, master of the `Helen' of Goole. He had slept at the house kept by `Mother Barber' at 16 Regent Street and found the money gone in the morning. At midnight a woman resembling Barber had purchased some brandy from the Clough Fleet Tavern and offered a £5 note, which landlady Mrs. Pilch produced and Eastwood was able to identify.
The prisoners were committed to trial.

Demolished following closure.

Site was included in a Swimming Pool & car park complex.