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LITTLEPORT STREET   KETTLEWELL WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED after 1967
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
Sir LEWIS WHINCOP JARVIS  
CHARLES SKIPPER  
MARY SARAH SKIPPER  
SYDNEY EVERSHED Ltd  
MARSTON, THOMPSON & EVERSHED Ltd  
ALBERT LOOMBE CARPENTER  
EDWIN ARTHUR SILLIS Free Trade 1967 - Advertising Mackeson and Holes Brewery products.
Licensees :
GEORGE JAMES CURTIS by 1872
CHARLES SKIPPER 07.04.1884
MARY SARAH SKIPPER 06.07.1903
JOHN AUGUSTUS JOHNSON 11.04.1904
WILLIAM MANSHOOD DICKERSON
( The Lynn Advertiser of 13th November 1908 records that the house licence was endorsed in favour of M. W. M. Dickerson )
04.01.1909
JAMES COOPER NISBET 24.07.1911
EDWARD THOMAS WADLOW 21.07.1913
ALBERT LOOMBE CARPENTER undated
( by 1925 )
EMMIE CARPENTER 10.06.1963
EDWIN ARTHUR SILLIS 09.12.1963




The FOLKES ARMS
then the DUKE OF ABERCORN by 1869.

Became the SANDRINGHAM RESTAURANT c1884
and known as the SANDRINGHAM after 1905

In 1912 James Nesbit, a former sea captain was away at the time of the 1912 licensing sessions ( 12th February ) he had been at sea on a voyage on the ship Haslington, having departed on 22nd November 1911. He had apparently been feeling run down and thought a sea voyage would assist his recovery. Unfortunately his ship had been trapped in ice in one of the ports. Mr. Nesbit, a quiet and respectable man had authorised Mr. Woodwark to appear in his name. Mr. Nesbit had in fact landed in England the previous day and could have made the court had it sat a day later.
The licence was renewed.