( Died 5th November 1834 - age 65 )
|1820 - 1822
Died 6th February 1834 - age 36
|1830 - Feb 1834
||1836 - 1839
|Mrs ROSE LEAFORD
||1845 - 1846
age 33 in 1851
||by 1854 - 1863
|Mrs FRANCIS FREESTONE
||by 1864 - 1868
|JACOB HALL HAINS
|SUSAN MARY AGNES HAINS
|WILLIAM JOHN HOWE
|JAMES SIMON FYSON
|GEORGE HENRY BARRELL
|ARTHUR WILLIAM GLADHILL
during 1902/3 of permitting drunkenness
Fine 10/- and 7/- costs
Charged with keeping open during prohibited hours - case dismissed.
|HERBERT BATTERHAM SMITH
|ROBERT WILLIAM MEDLOCK
( Temporary licence issued October 1908 - The Mayor hoping that Mr
Medlock would endeavour to conduct the house so that no complaints
were made ...... See right. )
|FREDERICK JOHN JEX BURRELL
As the CROWN
, Southgate Ward 1744.
( The South Gate was built in 1437. The Crown of 1744 is thought to have stood on the site
of what became Jubilee Gardens. The road was widened in 1899 to allow 2 way traffic )
It was reported 5th October 1820 that thieves broke into the house ( of Mr.
Roberts ) and stole 7 silver table spoons, 2 tea spoons, 4 silver salts, 4
salt spoons, a silver pepper castor, a silver cream jug, one plated teapot
and a quantity of table linen.
Location as Southgate 1822 & 1830, South Gates 1836
Also found at 59 London Road.
In 1830 the coach the UNION left every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 7:30am, bound for London.
Offered by the Borough Of Kings Lynn for Let by Auction on 17th March
`All that well established Inn, called the Crown,
eligibly situated for trade, near the South Gates, South Lynn,
with extensive premises attached, comprising good stables,
yard, outhouses, bowling green and garden,
now let to Messrs. Hogge & Seppings.'
According to the Lynn Advertiser of 19th November 1909, Mr Robert Medlock,
licensee of the Crown Inn, South Gates, was summoned for being drunk on
licensed premises, the Crown Inn, on 12th October 1909. He pleaded not
Referred for Compensation 11th February 1918.
Licence extinct 8th March 1919.