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KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/3 (1903 to 1956)
T. E. BAGGE  
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased by S&P in 1929
WATNEY MANN  
BRENT WALKER  
Licensees :
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ARTHUR REEDER 1883
ALFRED DRAKE by 1888
WILLIAM CODRINGTON
(Frederick Codrington in Kellys 1904)
10.10.1904
MARY MARIA CODRINGTON 10.02.1913
GEORGE BAGGE 04.10.1915
FRANCES ALICE BAGGE 01.10.1917
FRANK HENRY WITHERS 05.01.1925
GEORGE ROBERT FULLER 04.01.1943
IRENE ADELAIDE KNIGHTS 07.12.1964


1934 location plan - norfolkpubs
1934 location plan
1975 imape by David Apps ©
© Image by David Apps 1975


Built on land formerly owned by the Blackfriars.
Located on the corner of Blackfriars Road and Waterloo Street.

First found 1881.
Not found in Licence Registers until 1903.

When an application was made for renewal of music licence Monday 29th February 1904, it was heard that licensee Mr. Drake was away ill, at Yarmouth. Upon his behalf it was said that a music licence had been held ever since they had been introduced. There was a room 15ft by 12ft used as the music room, but it did not suit a large company. Two barmaids were employed at the house and one played the piano when required. Ladies were not permitted in the music room, only allowed in the front bar.
Sergeant Rayner said there was no music going on when he visited on the previous Saturday night.
Licence refused.

Recorded in Bagges Brewery documents as formerly the TAP.

(Adjoined the EAST ANGLIAN HOTEL)


Became the FENMAN