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145 NORFOLK STREET NORTH END WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1911
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/3 ( August 1872 to 1956 )
EYRES  
MILLER  
BENTLEY  
DONALD STEWARD of Norwich
STEWARD & PATTESON to 1911
Licensees :
W MONEY 1822
WILLIAM CLARKE 1830 - 1845
Mrs JEMIMA CLARK age 62 in 1851 1846 - 1856
JOHN LLOYD PEGG
Age 48 in 1861
1858 - 1861
HENRY CROSS 1862 - 1863
Accused May 1862 of assault - Ordered to pay 12s costs. See opposite
EDWARD HALL 1864
Miss SUSANNAH COPSEY 1865
CHARLES BRISTOW November 1867 - 1868
ROBERT SMITH
( According to newspaper report of September 1869 )
1869
SIDNEY CODRINGTON by 1871
HAROLD JORGENSON 24.11.1877
HARRIET MOORE 24.11.1879
JOHN BLOTT 09.08.1880
EDWARD WILLIAM BLACKSTER 15.02.1886
LOUISA BLACKSTER 28.07.1890
CHARLES HERBERT HOUSE 12.10.1894
SARAH JANE HOUSE 05.04.1897
PHILIP CARMAN 30.07.1900
WALTER ENTERPRISE WARNES 07.01.1901
JOHN LANGLEY 1902

As the DRAGON 1525.
 The GRIFFIN 1526.
 The GREEN DRAGON 1541.
 ( The GREEN DRAGON, Greese Market Street is given as the property of Everards Brewery from 1547 to 1655 ).

July 22nd 1819 - Soldier William Westley was sentenced to one year's imprisonment for stealing the various articles of wearing apparel belonging to Benjamin Brown, ostler at the Green Dragon.

In 1830 the coach Bailey's Telegraph, a sociable, left for Barton Mills every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3:45 pm. A sociable (un-named ) also departed from the STAR and the GREEN DRAGON on alternate afternoons, heading for Wisbech.

Henry Cross was accused, week of May 31st 1862, of assaulting Louis Schwal, a German resident of High Street. The event happened on the return of an excursion train trip to Cambridge. Parties were claimed to be intoxicated and evidence was contradictory. Cross was ordered to pay costs of 12s 6d.

C. Bristow advised his friends, 16th November 1867, that he had taken the hotel and offered Well-aired Beds and superior Stabling. Chops and Steaks always on hand and a Market Dinner on Tuesdays. ( Charles Bristow, formerly at the Crown Hotel from at least 1854 ).

No application made for licence renewal 1911.