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GOAT KINGS LYNN Kings Lynn
South Lynn
FRIARS STREET
JERMYNS LANE
SOUTHGATE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1912
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 & PS 4/3/3/ (August 1872 to 1956)
HOGGE & SEPPINGS  
T. J. SEPPINGS  
JAMES SEPPINGS  
T. J. SEPPINGS  
COLCHESTER BREWERY  
COOPER BROWN of East Dereham ( Leased from the Colchester Brewery )
COLCHESTER BREWERY  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BURTON 1822 - 1836
ROBERT HOWES
tenancy renewed 31.08.1846
1839 - 1850
HENRY BAXTER
age 66 in 1851
1851 - 1854
JOHN RIVETT 1861 - 1863
REUBEN COX
(At GREENLAND FISHERY in 1861)
From 1863
BENJAMIN WAGG
& broker 1881
& greengrocer & furniture broker 1883
11.05.1868
WILLIAM PICTON 27.06.1892
to closure



Dated from 1695.

Known as the SPAUD in 1690.

The GOAT in 1695

The BELL in 1741

The BELL & SPADE 1751
(Also found as the SPAUD BONE)

The GOAT by 1776

The BLACK GOAT 1863

Address as 40 Friars Street in 1836, 1863 & 1865.

Recorded as a beerhouse 1863 and 1865.
Reuben Cox was awarded a new (full?) licence on 21st August 1867.

The Colchester Brewery informed the magistrates on Monday 7th February 1910 that in return for the AMERICAN FLAG being protected, they would not oppose the licence of the Goat being referred to compensation.

Referred for Compensation 13th February 1911
Norfolk Compensation Authority confirmed 11th March 1912 that compensation would be paid on 18th March 1912.
Licence extinct 25th March 1912.

Demolished c1957

15thC window removed to Lynn Museum.