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30 BROAD STREET NEW CONDUIT  WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 01.08.1940
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
STEWARD & PATTESON  
RICHARD BAGGE  
T. E. BAGGE  
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE Bagges brewery purchased 1929 by S&P
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
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ISAAC BULL
& shoemaker 1858
& cordwainer 1871
( Given as Isaac Ball, boot & shoe maker,  in 1856 directory )
by 1856 - 1869
JOHN HARRINGTON by 1872
FREDERICK HALL 13.08.1877
ROBERT SAMUEL SAINT 09.02.1880
MATTHEW DAISLEY 15.10.1883
JAMES CULFEAR 25.07.1887
JAMES UPCRAFT 13.02.1888
ELIZA BAGGE 29.07.1889
JOSEPH HOLMES 05.04.1897
GEORGE BAGGE 16.05.1898
WILLIAM EDWARD HARROD 04.10.1915
ARTHUR LEONARD NORRIS WAKEFIELD 17.04.1939
ALBERT ERNEST MASSINGHAM
( brewery representative )
07.10.1940




Previously the NORWICH TAVERN .
Named the NORWICH CITY in Turners 1901 directory.

106 barrels of beer sold in final year of trading.
Reason for closing given as trade and licence taken into account reference a new house in Gaywood.

Licence held under suspense under the 1942 Finance Act.
No application for renewal made 02.02.1953.
Licence voluntarily surrendered and property disposed of unlicensed.