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38 BRIDGE STREET
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SOUTHGATE  WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 27.07.1970
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
EVERARD & Sons To December 1849 then new lease to Christmas 1852.
W. & T. BAGGE  
RICHARD BAGGE  
WILLIAM LANCASTER of Kings Lynn
ELIJAH EYRES after 1905
MORGANS  
BULLARDS 07.11.1961
WATNEY MANN to closure 1970
Licensees :
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WILLIAM HOLDEN
( W. Holder 1839 )
Died 23rd March 1841 - age 63?
1822 - 1841
ROBERT COTTON
age 41 in 1851
( tenancy renewed 31.08.1846)
1845 - 1865
GEORGE FYSON
( James Fyson as Licence Register )
21.08.1867
ROBERT GREEN 23.11.1874
WILLIAM LANCASTER 03.01.1876
THOMAS WILLIAM LANCASTER 07.01.1918
WILLIAM JOHN HYSEN ( ? ) c1922
HERBERT GEORGE MITCHELL 03.07.1922
PERCY MOORE 05.07.1937
CHARLES WILLIAM DEANS 06.01.1941
ERNEST FREDERICK DANN 05.01.1959
to at least 1967



1975 image by David Apps
1975 image from the David Apps Collection.



Given as the SHIPS HULK 1736 & 1740.
As the SHIP HULK 1864.

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 30th March 1847.
Then in occupation of Messrs. Edward Everard and Sons on a lease to expire 25th December 1849 at the annual rent of £30pa.
The tenant being Mr. Robert Cotton.
For many years commanding an extensive business, and from its contiguity to the river Ouse, and intended Terminus of the Lynn and Ely Railway, likely to maintain its position as one of the first and best mercantile situations in the Port of Kings Lynn.

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 29th June 1852.
With Buildings. Out-office, large Yard and extensive Stables
The piece of Ground at the back thereof forming part of the Deal Yard.
All in possession of Messrs. Everard and Sons, under a lease to expire at Christmas and occupied by Robert Cotton.



Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
Barrels of beer - 120
Spirits - 21