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18 WINDSOR ROAD SOUTHGATE WARD FULL LICENCE -
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1  ( August 1872 to 1902 )
JAMES CRISP of Kings Lynn
JAMES CRISP junior  
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON Purchased by S&P in 1929
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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HENRY POINTER
( Renewed tenancy 31.08.1846 )
* 1836 - 1846 +
JOHN WATTS 1850
JAMES CRISP
& bricklayer & builder
by 1852
JAMES CRISP junior
& rate collector
12.10.1874
Accused during 1902 of keeping open during prohibited hours - Case dismissed
ROBERT WILLIAM MEDLOCK 12.01.1903
HENRY WRIGHT
( James Henry Wright according to signwriting
above door c1909 )
06.04.1908
EDWARD ELLIOTT JOHN MOULTON 25.07.1910
JOHN HENRY HAMMOND 09.10.1911
ABRAHAM STEAD MEGGITT 12.07.1913
FRED MEGGITT by 1917
THOMAS KIRK 16.04.1917
ADELAIDE KIRK 02.12.1918
GEORGE WILLIAM OLLETT 01.01.1923
EDWARD CHARLES MEGGITT 06.10.1947
PERCY GEORGE WILLIAM HOOPER 07.01.1952
PETER TREVOR CUBITT 02.07.1956
CHARLES AMOS LINCOLN 05.10.1959
GERALD RAYMOND WATLING 09.02.1961
DEREK RUPERT MOORE 18.06.1962
NORMAN HENRY GARNETT 06.01.1964
T. G. ARTER 1967
Mr & Mrs W. G. BROCK 1969 - 1970
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21st October 1996
21.10.1996


Windsor Road previously called Laudanum Lane.

Address as 5 Windsor Road in 1861
& 14 Windsor Road in 1891

At the Petty Sessions of 12th January 1903,
before the Mayor, A Dodman, C W Croad, A Ream, W S V Miles,
F S Thaw and G Bristow..........
Mr Wilkin applied for transfer of the licence of the Live & Let Live from
James Crisp to R W Medlock who he said had a most exceptional character from the Mayor of Newbury, several influential townspeople, and a firm in that town with whom he had been for many years. Chief Constable Payne said that the superintendant of police in Newbury had written to him that he knew Medlock as a steady and respectable man. He ( Mr Payne ) thought, however that he should tell the Bench of an anonymous communication he had received stating that Mr Medlock would not have applied for a licence in Mr Ware's time.
There was a conviction against him in 1883. In answer to Mr Wilkin, Mr Payne said that in 1885 Medlock was charged with malicious wounding, but the case was dismissed; and in 1883 he was convicted on a charge of violent assault. Mr Wilkin said he thought it unfair that charges of 20 years ago should be brought up, and he hoped they would not be taken into account. Mr Payne said he considered it his duty to put all the facts before the Bench.
After consideration in private the transfer was granted.

The Lynn Advertiser of 23rd January 1903 reported of the
farewell dinner given at the St James Rooms on Friday 16th January
for James Crisp. 124 friends and customers from the Live & Let Live attended
the occasion of his retirement. Mr Crisp reminded the assembly that business at  the
house had been carried out by his father and himself for nearly 52 years.
His father being in control for over 23 years.
He had sat down to 51 Christmas dinners at the house.
He proposed a toast to the health of the new tenant, Mr Medlock.