First found 1736.
Thomas Webster announced 16th June 1748 that he was then in occupation and
had fitted it out with all conveniences and offered good accommodation with
good wine and diligent Attention.
( The MAID TAVERN as listed 1779 ?)
The Lynn Advertiser of 4th November 1898 reported that
on the previous Tuesday, the house, extensive stabling
and outbuildings had been offered for sale by auction
Globe Hotel - as a freehold fully licensed inn.
The bidding had started at £1500 and soon reached
£3100, at which price it was withdrawn from sale.
14 May 1909
Lynn District News
FOUND DROWNED. Mr. William Charles Rowe, landlord of the Maid's Head
public house, Tuesday Market Place, was found drowned in the River Ouse
yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. It appears that Mr. Rowe was seen
walking past the gate of the Alexandra Dock towards the river at 12.45 p.m.
and about 1 o'clock a fisherman named George Bone, of George street, saw a
body floating in the river, almost opposite the old coast guard station.
Bone at once put out in a small boat and brought the body to shore.
Later it was identified as that of Mr. Rowe. Artificial respiration
was resorted to, and Mr. C.T. Plowright, who was called, pronounced life to
be extinct. The inquest is fixed for this (Friday) morning.
Named YE OLDE MAYDENS HEADE after 1965
by 1990, the MAYDENS HEADE .
Market day extension granted 1956